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The Regular Guy: A Nathan McNamara Story

The Soul Summoner, Book 6
Narrated by: Carson Beck
Length: 5 hrs and 1 min
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Publisher's Summary

They say the best things come to those who wait, and no one hopes that's true more than Special Operations Commander Nathan McNamara. 

For over a year, he's put his life, his career, and his mother's hopes for more grandchildren on hold to dive headfirst into a world he never knew existed. A world full of angels, demons, and enough sexual frustration to crack the Pope. 

But all that is supposed to be behind him, and his future looks bright and full of possibilities. That is, until a familiar chill ripples the atmosphere - and a supernatural thunder rumbles over the mountains. 

This book is not a standalone. This book will spoil the series if you haven't heard it.

*The listening order is as follows: 

  • Book 0 - The Detective
  • Book 1 - The Soul Summoner
  • Book 2 - The Siren
  • Book 3 - The Angel of Death
  • Book 4 - The Taken
  • Book 5 - The Sacrifice
  • Book 6 - The Regular Guy
©2018 Elicia Hyder (P)2018 Elicia Hyder

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Fabulous

Again another fantastic story to add to the series...as I said before I truely love this series...this one was a surprise... love it..

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-08-2018

Fitting end ...

Maybe ...

This was left with an opening not necessarily to continue Sloan’s story but the back story maybe from a different characters angle. I liked that this was in Nate’s perspective. And I loved that he finally got his happy ending. Also that the end was sad but not horribly heart wrenching. Through all six books I never really got angry at Sloan for her mixed feelings nor did I feel favor towards Warren or Nathan. They way things fell into place made sense especially the love and hate between Warren and Nathan above all they had understanding and respect. One review I read before I began this story trashed this book and I’m uncertain why. Yes there was less celestial and general action but it followed a natural course of things. The wind down and settle, family gathers and feelings cementing and lots of baby happenings. I feel it would have been more unrealistic to not have baby changing and feeding times, group cuddles and mundane daily activities. The things that left the back story open for continuance where just the right touch action and build of interest for future stories in this funny and exciting world. I d

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  • Siobhan
  • 31-07-2018

Somewhat redeemed

Its an awkward transition from the last book to this for me. I guess mostly because the narrative of different characters is not the same, a listener gets used to the way Adrienne sounds as well as even the accent Nathan has so the difference is hard to get used to but the narrator did a fine job. The story line keeps you interested but the absence of Warren is acute. This character needs to have his own story line if he’s not in the main plot line. He’s too important and interesting.

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  • Kit Marvel
  • 29-07-2018

Marvelous Series!

I loved The Regular Guy. I am always down for a story from Newt-Newt's perspective. Carson Beck's narration definitely pleases my brain & ears. While I enjoy Brittany Pressley's work on Books 1-5, I definitely felt that Beck brings Nathan to life in my imagination. How Hyder keeps cranking outstanding story after outstanding story out. I do not know, all I know is that I will keep reading and keep listening because I am entranced with this series harder than Nate is to Skittles. :p

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  • SunnyBunny
  • 28-07-2018

Sloan & the Gang are Back!

I love this whole series and The Regular Guy is not a disappointment. Enjoyed reading from Nathan's point of view on his feelings for Sloan. Even Warren whom I felt bad for and still do. We find out what happened to Az. Quick fast paced must read. Hope the storyline continues.

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  • Cynthia
  • 20-10-2018

Good but narrator pronounced names differently

When narrating a book in a series, the narrator should listen to the other books so they know how to pronounce the characters names - for consistency.

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  • AG
  • 10-10-2018

cliffhanger!!!

wow! I started over with the detective and read the series again in record time before reading The Regular Guy! wow! I hate that its over! I am in suspense as I wait for the next book. seriously a page turner!!!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-10-2018

Great!

This made me laugh, & cry. I could almost see me there watching them. I recommend it. Is there another book coming or is it the end?

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  • Becky_Rundle
  • 02-10-2018

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Love the series and the narrator up until this book. The narrator for this book did a decent job but should have listen to at least one of the other books so he knew how to pronounce the names of the characters.

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  • Danielle W.
  • 14-09-2018

disappointing (spoiler alert)

that's it? Warren is gone? Sloan and Nathan are married? Nathan is pretending he's the baby daddy? and Warren has cool with that? I'm really disappointed. it's nice that it's from Nathan's perspective but the only person that got a HEA was Nathan. he got Sloan. everybody else got screwed. how sad . narration was good

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  • Renee
  • 11-09-2018

not so regular

I'll be honest I am torn. No spoilers so you gotta listen in order to feel my tornness - yes I know not a word. This book is from Nate's perspective which I liked - same as in The Detective. He isn't really a regular guy but I guess compared to Warren's abilities he is. Loved Illy and Nate's family. Lots of love. I loved the narrator!!! Gives me a visual of Nathan!!!!