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A Matter of Time, Volume 2

Narrated by: Paul Morey
Length: 13 hrs and 49 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Three years ago, Jory Harcourt changed his name and shut the door on a past full of pain, only to emerge stronger on the other side. He has a new career, a great working partner, and a satisfying life - except for the hole in his chest left behind when police Detective Sam Kage walked out with his heart.

Now Sam's back and he knows what he wants... and what he wants is Jory. Jory, who doesn't know if he can survive another breakup or losing Sam to his dangerous job, resists returning to the arms of the only man he has ever truly loved. But when a serial killer with a score to settle targets Jory, he will have to decide if love is worth the danger as he tries to solve the case and keep Sam safe.

Don't miss A Matter of Time, Volume 1 (Books One and Two)

©2011 Mary Calmes (P)2013 Mary Calmes

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Would you listen to A Matter of Time, Volume 2 again? Why?

A great story because of the romance and excitement. I've already listened to it twice!!!!!

Who was your favorite character and why?

Jory is the best character because he is so open, accepting and funny. Also, he's always in trouble.

What does Paul Morey bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Love the way he read the story. Gave every character their own voice BUT made Jory loveable and interesting.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Love coquers all!

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Where does A Matter of Time, Volume 2 rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Volume 2 really enjoyed this story about sam and jory.

What was one of the most memorable moments of A Matter of Time, Volume 2?

When sam told jory he loved him.

Have you listened to any of Paul Morey’s other performances? How does this one compare?

This one is great.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

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  • Mr O
  • Sydney Australia
  • 09-11-2016

Yet another overwraught destructive relationship

Would you try another book written by Mary Calmes or narrated by Paul Morey?

Not by this author. The story continues from volume 1 and well into the story it had repeated itself again and again and again The character of Sam showing up everytime Jory is out. It's called stalking. Jory pulls away, Sam grabs his arm, Jory takes a step back Sam closes the distance etc etc etc Both volumes could be one book and the story not loose anything

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

Generally OK but a little slow.

Any additional comments?

I'm a little over these destructive relationships in M/M novels written by a female. Why do they assign M/F to M/M relationships? Why can't they be equals? Another character actually comments that their relationship is the same as a strong male, weak female relationship. Jory started as pretty strong at the beginning of Volume 1. But the longer he was in the relationship the weaker he became. The Sam character is a manipulative bastard verging on the sadistic. After 3 hours Sam had Jory in bed yet again and it was almost a rape. I had hoped the story would allow Jory to move onto another lover but alas no. That's when I turned it off never to return.

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  • Becky L
  • 11-01-2017

A good second installment

This was a good follow up to volume 1. Paul Morey again delivers with Jory and Sam... actually I think Sam was even better in this book. Growly and gravelly, but also full of passion for Jory.

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  • Mark
  • 13-06-2013

More of the same!

Volume 2 is as good as the first volume with the same whit and pathos - the characters are developing nicely and you feel like spending time with old friends. Paul Morey continues to breathe life into the characterisations.

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  • elly gausden
  • 30-06-2016

Finished, but it was a bit of a struggle

Firstly, I know it's escapist fiction. And the main character wants to be 'dominated' but this book really does step over the edge in places where repeated 'no' is ignored. And, yes, I've read other stories where people change their mind in the heat of passion, but this made me really, really uncomfortable in places. If you've ever had an emotionally manipulative partner then this book isn't for you as you'll be hoping that Jory just walks away and tells Sam where to go.

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