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A man hiding from his nature

Henry Flanders never dreamed his past would catch up to him. After all, the man he used to be is dead and buried. He made a clean break with life in the CIA. He moved to Bliss under a new name. For years he has been living a dream, married to his lovely Nell. Now a miracle has happened, and they have a baby on the way. Life is perfect, or rather it was until a violent cartel showed up in Bliss ready to reap their bloody vengeance on the man he used to be.

A woman shaken to her foundation

Nell Flanders has never met a problem she couldn’t handle, but discovering her husband isn’t the man she thought was more than she was prepared for. How can she trust Henry, when John Bishop - the ruthless man he used to be - keeps bringing deadly problems to their door? She has a beautiful life growing inside her, and now she isn’t sure her marriage can survive long enough to welcome their child into the world.

A reckoning that will shake Bliss to its core

Henry isn’t willing to give up on his life with Nell, but it’s going to take some Bliss magic to overcome the forces pulling them apart. When the full weight of Henry’s past comes to bear on the town and the bullets start flying, it might just be Bishop, and some old friends, who can save the day and win back her heart.

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Welcome back to Bliss!

I am a huge fan of Lexi Blake. I love that most of her stories are intertwine in this amazing world. Happy ever after in Bliss it is a long awaited story about Nell and Henry. Henry’s past has finally caught up to him and he needs to become John Bishop again to save the town he loves and his woman. It was wonderful to see Henry gets a lot of help in the past friends. Ian, Ten and even Kayla come back to help their old mentor. This would be a beautiful ending to the town of Bliss however we are extremely lucky that it will be continuing. And as always the narration was spot on.

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Love Bliss

I loved being back in Bliss and listening to this audiobook. The narrators were wonderful as usual and they bring the characters and story to life. It was great to see the next chapter in Henry and Nell’s love story with the arrival of their baby.

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I LOVE Bliss!!!!

This installment of Nights in Bliss was just as fun as every other title. It's awesome to get Nell and Henry all sorted and visit with the rest of the crew in Bliss. Also, any time we get visits from the folks in other series, it makes the experience even better. You can bet with some John Bishop trouble, there's some folks from Dallas that will get involved in the story. Also, depending on where you are with the Lost Boys, you'll recognize the time frame of this story within their world. I love Lexi Blake beyond words and reason!

I want to talk about narrators and if you've ever heard me go on about the Bliss books not being narrated by Ryan West, you'll know it's a common theme for me to complain about. Do I think he'd have done a better job? Well, of course. Having said that, I want the publishers to know something. If a book doesn't have a live narrator, I refuse to purchase it. Period. I'll fight to the end to make sure Kitty Bang and Lee Samuels and any other live narrator are the ones getting the work.

It has come to my attention that some publishers hope to increase their profits by eliminating the voice actors from audiobooks. They're ready to go all in on A.I. just so they can not have to pay the actors. Oh, they'll claim it's to get the books to the public faster but the bottom line is profit margin. I believe several of my favorite authors self publish or have control over who narrates their titles but many don't. If we as the readers/listeners don't speak out against this, our favorite narrators will suffer. So make sure you let the know how you feel.

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So Happy!

Happily Ever after in Bliss is just as amazing as all of the previous Bliss books. I've read the book, but always have to listen when they're released!!! Henry (John Bishop) and Nell are so adorable together! There are so many feels in this book. From tears of sadness and heart ache to tears of joy for babies and for heroes saving the day! Then the laughs, too many to count. Thank you Lexi/Sophie and another fantastic narration by Kitty Bang and Lee Samuel!! ❤❤❤❤

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***SPOILERS***

Couldn't finish. Tried my best, but gave up after *SPOILER* the Prince Albert directive. My biggest complaint is the apparently incorrect identification of John/Henry and Nell. Admittedly what I know of BDSM is from fiction with Lexi Blake being a favorite. But while John might have been a Dom, and not even a Pussy Dom. Henry is a Submissive. Nell is not a Sub, she's a self-righteous, rigid, judgmental Top that takes and doesn't give an inch if it goes against her values. Henry turned himself inside out for her and she couldn't be bothered to hear his side. She's all earth mother with everybody else, but not with the man she is supposed to love. I admit I don't really like most of Lexi's heroines because they seem to betray all the trust between them and their heroes every some unknown person tells them lies that fits their narrative. But I can usually tolerate them long enough for them to redeem themselves. I just can't with Nell. Going to return.