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A second chance to make up for the mistakes of the past. A second chance at love.

Troy

I’ve settled in at Fort Dale with a great job at the clinic on base, and I’ve even made a few friends. The nearby city offers all I need to enjoy myself on a night off, if you know what I mean.

I was just starting to relax and think everything would work out, when he walked into the clinic. Oscar Reyes, the man I fell in love with six years ago and who walked out on me because he couldn’t handle the thought of being out.

I never thought I’d see him again, and now, he’s here, tossing everything I thought I knew on its head.

Oscar

There aren’t many things in life that throw me off. Despite a bit of a temper, I deal with things quite well. The IED that took my arm and left me with a permanent limp was hard, but after six months, I’m managing.

Well, I was. Until I ran into Troy again. Just seeing him was enough to realize six years wasn’t long enough to kill my feelings.

When I walked away, it seemed right at the time, and my reasons haven’t changed. This time, I’m determined to stand by that decision. Until I went and kissed him.

Oscar and Troy would have sworn six years was enough to make them forget. It wasn’t. When both men find themselves stationed at Fort Dale, staying away from each other suddenly seems impossible.

Nothing has changed, including their feelings, it seems. But is it enough?

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  • Kat E.
  • 10-11-2020

Second chance

Story 4.5 Stars Audio 5 Stars Storyline: Oscar is out of sorts. He is now stationed at Fort Dale perhaps for the unforeseeable future after an IED left him scarred, shrapnel in his hip and took off half of his right arm. Troy is the one that got away, mainly because Oscar was too stupid to realize what he had. When he left Troy it was on unpleasant terms and of course the medic that is going to give him his clearance physical is going to be the guy that never left his heart. The two still feel the chemistry but no way is Oscar going to act on any impulses. He refuses to consider the options of being out. He fears being true to himself will come with too big a price tag. The best intentions are often forgotten In the heat of the moment and despite his concerns the pull towards Troy is too strong. Troy really cares about Oscar but how can he chance having his heart shattered again? The two danced around their feelings until they had to confront reality. Soon the easy comfort in being with Troy is the balm for Oscar's battered life. Troy is a free spirit and can he manage to keep the relationship between them? I highly recommend this pulsating romance that was wonderfully portrayed with two equally stubborn but perfect for each other men. Happy Reading! Audio: Narrator, Michael Ferraiuolo Mr Ferraiuolo kept a nice easy pace and his narration flowed smoothly. He effortlessly changed his tone for each character and it was easy to tell who was speaking. He added the perfect amount of emotion onto the more touching scenes. I absolutely recommend this wonderful audio version and hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Happy Listening!

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  • OldLadyStauffer
  • 21-10-2020

Great story, steamy & sweet second chance romance

This was such a fun story. I’m so weird, that I started this series backwards. This was the first I’ve read/listened to. It can easily stand alone, but you may discover some spoilers sprinkled throughout. I quickly suspected, having read all of the blurbs, that these stories all operate on the same timeline, therefore overlapping. I really enjoy when a series does that. It gives your view of events more dimension and different perspectives. I fully intend to go back and listen to the other audiobooks. I’m fully intrigued. The writing is top notch, and the story flows organically and smoothly. The banter between characters was great. I love the quick wit woven throughout the book. Troy was a delight. Oscar needs someone like Troy in his life, and vice versa. Michael Ferraiuolo is a talented narrator. I love the voices he gave Oscar and Troy. He did a great job voicing the side characters as well, and did a great job differentiating between everyone.

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  • Katie Phillips
  • 19-09-2020

Solid

Nice story leveled up by the fantastic michael Ferraiuolo. The chemistry between the two main characters is good. The reason for their original break up is ridiculous and you have to suspend your brain especially when you finally meet the brother who MC didn't want to tell he was gay and the brother is an understanding, intelligent shrink. But he’s a rough and grumbly sexy hero and the book is sweet, hot, and worth a read. This is the first book I’ve read in this series. I would read more.

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  • Julie Whitehead
  • 18-09-2020

I always enjoy. . .

. . . men in uniform books! I’ll take ‘em however I can get them! Obviously, if I’ve gotten this far, I’ve enjoyed the other books in this series. This book was no different. There was just enough angst to keep me interested but not so much to make me pop a Xanax. I guess you could listen to this as a stand-alone, but I think you’d enjoy it more having read the others as some characters pop up here. I even sniff the possibility of another! Now, this narrator: whew, always a home run! I haven’t listened to a bad narration from him so I knew that I would enjoy this book nonetheless.

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  • Sandy
  • 18-09-2020

Here We Go Again

This was a good audiobook!! It was about 2 military men who dated for a year and then run into each other on base 6 years later. I would definitely say it’s a drama. There’s no action or anything. Basically just them finding there way back together and dealing with one of them being in the closet. The narrator was perfect for this type of story. I would recommend this audiobook.

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  • Meg Kowaleski
  • 14-09-2020

Lovers to Exes to Awkward to Lovers

This book slightly overlaps with Trust Me, I Hate You. which I loved. I also really like this book too. I'm gonna be honest, you're gonna wanna Gib slap Oscar in this book. You love him but you really want to smack some sense into him. Growing up where and how he did Oscar is determined never to come out of the closet bc he fears the only family he has, a brother who raised him, will turn his back on him. Breaking up with Troy years ago is something he regrets but his secret takes a bigger priority for him so he plays the game to throw his brother off by dating women occasionally, even though he has no interest in them and his heart belonged to only one man. After 5 years, active duty, scars, and part of a missing arm General Winters wants Oscar at Fort Dale. But there's a surprise waiting for him. Troy works at the medical clinic at Fort Dale (I never really caught weather or not Troy was an actual Doctor or not but they call him Doc). For the last 5 years after getting his heart broken he makes his way through the men at the gay bars preferring men who are bigger and stronger than he is. Feisty, mouthy, and bossy he really doesn't take much crap from anyone. Working on a base with soldiers and a firecracker of a co-worker makes those strong qualities to have. When Oscar is instructed by General Winters to do a mandatory medical check Troy gets a huge surprise and he's not exactly sure how to take it. This book is a shorter one than I usually read and I feel saying too much more will give away great parts of the book. But just know Oscar really struggles with his need to be with Troy. Troy feels yanked around and toyed with. You know through the whole book they should be together but Oscar is too stubborn for most of it to accept it. This book has a HEA. 10/10 would recommend and will re-read.

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  • nikki
  • 14-09-2020

Love Troy & Oscar!

Second chance romances are one of my fave tropes & Michael F is one of my fave narrators so this was a quick, satisfying listen. Troy was so patient while Oscar overcame some past trauma & current fear. And I loved when Oscar finally put Troy first. I think I’ll check out the other books that came before in series so I can get everyone’s story!

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  • Sue C
  • 12-09-2020

enjoyed it

Would I listen to it again: yes Did the story keep me engaged: yes Was I invested in the characters: yes Story comment: good pace and likeable characters. This story is an easy listen with just a little bit of drama. It has lots of heart and I enjoyed the journey of discovery Troy and Oscar travelled as they figured out what (and who) is important. Narrator comment: I enjoyed Michael Ferraiuolo's narration and think he's done a good job narrating Here We Go Again. I had no problem distinguishing characters and the rhythm, inflections and intonations all worked to bring the book to life. My only critical comment would be, that I wish there was a way to mark the 'flashbacks and memories' during an audio-book. It took me a minute to figure out that the Character was experiencing a memory of past events. Not having read the book prior to listening to the audio, I was lost the first few times it happened. A comment like "6 years earlier" would have made it easier to understand we were remembering past events. This isn't anyone's fault - its just a flaw with audio.

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  • Lex Buchanan
  • 16-11-2020

Awesome!

This book was an excellent addition to the series! The characters are always fun, interesting and spicy, the plot captivating and the connection between the characters addicting. Michael Ferraiuolo is an amazing narrator, and he excelled at this one as well. He brings something special, uniquely Michael to every piece he does. Every time I listen I feel as if I am listening to a completely different voice. Amazing at capturing a moment, and putting passion into his voice, Michael puts so much emotion into his work!

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  • Magnus
  • 12-10-2020

Fantastic addition

Romeo Alexander and John Harris created another great story for this series. Troy and Oscar had a great story, like that all the stories in the series is unique. Michael Ferraiuolo did an amazing job with the narration. Can wait for the next book in the series. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Wendy Loveridge
  • 21-09-2020

A very nice and well balanced story with excellent narration.

This was the first book I have read or listened to by either of these two authors, but not my first by the supremely talented Michael Ferraiuolo who I’ve yet to be disappointed by. Here We Go Again is a charming story of a closeted, gorgeously grumpy soldier who had lost his love six years earlier through his own fear of admitting his sexuality. In the interim, Oscar, very badly maimed, but physically recovering, has returned from active service to drive a desk. One of the first people he sees on his return is his lost love - out and proud, army medic, Troy, and still as fabulous as Oscar remembers him. Neither of the men has got over the way Oscar walked away from their relationship, but the spark quickly re-ignites as soon as they meet again. Nothing has changed, however, and although Oscar is more than happy to be with Troy he must still come to terms with his sexuality publicly if the two men are to have a long term chance together. One of the aspects I particularly liked about this story was the camaraderie between the cast of male characters. The joking and leg pulling between the soldiers is funny, witty and realistic and all the more enjoyable to me as I am from an armed forces background. If I have a criticism it is that there were no female characters. But that’s a small complaint given how much I enjoyed the story and superb interaction between the MC’s and secondary characters. Very worth listening to, and as it’s the third in a series I shall certainly now listen to the first two. The narration of the various male characters was professional and enjoyable. Each one clearly defined and the humour and leg pulling made all the more enjoyable by Michael Ferraiuolo’s excellent performance. Recommended.

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