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Until Cobi

Until Him/Her, Book 7
Narrated by: Tobias King
Series: Until Him, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 41 mins
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Cobi Mayson knows exactly who Hadley is to him the moment he sees her for the very first time. That doesn’t mean it will be easy for him to convince her to take a chance on him. 

Hadley Emerson knows she could fall hard and fast for a guy like Cobi. A man who seems to show up every time she needs him, but she knows better than to just hand over her heart. 

Knowing his future with Hadley is on the line, Cobi begins to tie their lives together. As the invisible rope that connects them tightens and things between them heat up, an unknown threat emerges threatening to to take away their happily ever after and send them both into darkness.

©2018 Aurora Rose Reynolds (P)2019 Aurora Rose Reynolds

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  • ADV
  • 09-04-2019

Why go back to just 1 Narrator?

Let me start off by saying I am a HUGE Aurora Rose Reynolds fan. If she were to write 1000 Mayson books, I would buy them all. I always looked forward to her books on audio, but after 10 perfect narrations with 2 narrators she has gone back to having just 1 narrator. The suspension of disbelief is really hard when all of your characters sound the same. If the next audiobook is again only 1 narrator, then I will likely stick to just buying all of her books and not the book and the audio. I do have to say that I think that Tobias King did a great job. He did a great job narrating all of the male characters. I would definitely buy another audiobook narrated by him. So, if you are not someone who has my particular hang up about there being only 1 narrator on a 2 POV book, then I can definitely recommend this one.

Cobi Mayson is a great character. In the first set of Until books, where we first meet Cobi's parents, we don't get to know him very well like we did with July and Jax. Turns out he is a football jock with a yearning for public service. Army then hometown cop. This is something else I love about ARR's books, not everyone needs to be a billionaire to live a happy life. Hadley (the heroine) had a difficult upbringing that makes it difficult to accept Cobi's affections and attention. It was a solid story that did NOT make my eyes role with the whole ...seriously? That story line again vibe. I am very close friends with a couple of social workers, and they have experienced some of the situations that Hadley did, so the story felt very true.

Looking forward to December's book! I will definitely be buying the book, but audiobooks with 1 narrator when there are 2 POVs (of different genders) are just something I don't general buy anymore.

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  • Darcie
  • 21-03-2019

Another Mayson bites the dust

Cobi Mayson, police officer and all around good guy...meets injured Hadley at a crime scene...and he just knows that she’s The One. Follow this pair as they navigate Hadley’s childhood and threats on Hadley, to get their HEA.

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  • Lisa M.
  • 25-04-2019

Book is great narration was not.

I love this series and have all the other audio books. But just like until harmony it’s only one narrator. I liked him for the guy parts but it was not very good from the female POV. I wish they kept it 2 different narrators when they did this it sounds sooooo much better with 2 people not just 1.

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