by E. Davies (Author)
Greg Boudreaux (Narrator)
Everything I want is here, in front of me.
Rusty Campbell left Hart’s Bay after high school to work in the wilderness. Now he’s back home for one purpose: seaweed farming. To succeed, he’ll need to fight the tide and win over his skeptical family, once-burned by the fishing industry collapse. But there are intriguing new faces bringing good fortune to Hart’s Bay—like the captivating redhead who watches him from the art gallery.
Six months after moving to this small town, Ezra Carter’s bed feels empty. Painting and running an art co-op with his friends doesn’t fill the same need. The city boy is seriously considering lowering his standards… until the man of his dreams walks in and throws his no-good hookup out of the bar. Why does Rusty have to be straight?
Rusty is mystified at the surging chemistry between them as their friendship grows. Is Ezra the missing piece to the puzzle of Rusty’s love life? As Rusty struggles to make sense of his feelings, he guides Ezra through his home territory to give the artist new inspiration—but he winds up becoming Ezra’s muse himself.
Before long, they’re fumbling their way through uncharted waters. Can their picture-perfect, no-labels relationship weather the storm brewing under their feet?
Wild Hart is the third book in the new Hart’s Bay series about a small town full of nosy but well-meaning neighbors and brotherly banter. It can be read on its own, and promises a happily-ever-after ending with plenty of smiles and steam along the way. Just hold on… when the boat’s a-rocking, don’t come knocking!
(Hart’s Bay #3)
By: E. Davies
Narrated by: Greg Boudreaux
Series: Hart’s Bay, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 26 mins
Release date: 01-21-20
Publisher: E. Davies
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
Audible AVG: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.7
MMy Thoughts and Review:
I’m not ashamed to say, ” I’m an Ezra girl all the way!” 💗🌈💗
As a painter, I am always a sucker for artists in books. I wonder if they will share the same characteristics and personality traits I do. I fell in love with Ezra in book one, when I read it last summer and I remember even mentioning to the author over email how excited I was to read Ezra’s story. I may have pictured an age gap in my mind for Ezra, but Rusty was much more perfect, which is why Ed’s name is on the book and not mine. 😂😂
Ezra has the true spirit of a warrior wrapped in the heart of a caretaker. He is fiercely protective and loyal but scared of loss and the pain that accompanies it. The man the universe turns Ezra’s way is everything Ezra needs save one… he wears the straight label. Odd thing about labels though, some were made to be removed.
This was a sweet love story about friendship that grew into something more beautiful than either Rusty or Ezra could have imagined. I absolutely loved every slow-burn second of it.
My Favorite story in the series so far!
I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. 👬🌈👬
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