• Too Hot to Handle

  • A Falling for the Ex's Brother MPreg
  • By: J.D. Light
  • Narrated by: Simon Wave
  • Length: 1 hr and 59 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Kent has been passed over for his brother by alphas more times than he can count. He still loves his brother, but he's sick of feeling like second best, and afraid to find someone significant because he can't stand the idea of them falling for Kade and leaving him behind...which makes the fact that he's in love with the alpha father of his brother's beautiful son Ricki ridiculous, and a bit of a nightmare. His life and Dawes's have become so intertwined between work and Ricky, Dawes's crazy omega father gets his feelings hurt if Kent doesn't call him Da. But all of that just makes his feelings stronger, and he knows better than to believe that Dawes would want him the way he wishes the alpha would. 

Dawes can't regret the stupid fling he had with Kade a few years ago because it gave him his son, but there is a part of him that wishes he would have met Kent first, especially after hearing the reason Kent no longer dates. When Kent's roommate won't stop brining strange people into his house, and even a locked bedroom door doesn't stop one from sneaking into his room while he's sleeping. Dawes begs Kent to come stay with him for a while. Interactions have always been easy between them, and living together is no exception, but once Dawes gets a taste of what life could be like with Kent, he craves more. The hardest part will be convincing the omega of his dreams that he's not second choice, he's the only choice. 

Too Hot to Handle is book one in the Salacious Summer Singe novella series, which is a continuation of the Sprung Like Spring series. These books can be listened to as stand-alones, but getting to know the overlapping characters will make it worth listening to in order. There will be fluff, humor, a bit of farce, and probably some pining, so sit back, relax, and take a break from the horrors of reality!

©2020 J.D. Light (P)2021 J.D. Light

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Non-American English accent

I really wish this would have been read by someone who has a west coast American accent. Being read by a non American makes it sound strange since the characters are supposed to be from Colorado.

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  • 03-06-21

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A better narration than Possessing Ragyn though missing the American accents, which detracts from the overall enjoyment.