Boone Walton has tried hard to create some distance between himself and his past. He’s invested in his new life, his New Orleans art gallery, and his friendship with Scott Wren. Things finally seem to be settling down to normal, and Boone couldn’t be happier.
Chef Scott Wren wants much more than normal with Boone. He wants to raise things to the next level, but Boone is terrified—and not because of the ghost in Scott’s apartment or Scott’s relatives. No, Boone’s past is about to pay him a visit, and the only thing that can get between Boone, Scott, and a hinky recipe for chocolate mousse found in a curious cookbook is the river of pain Boone had to swim across to get to this side of The Big Easy. There’s a secret behind the ingredients, though—one that might reveal the trust and love that have been missing from Boone’s life.
For a audio book that comes in at just under three hours we are given an amazing amount of story.
The passion you feel, not just between Boone and Scott but what Boone felt for the previous boyfriend and life. How Scott feels after he eats the mousee and when people start admiring Boone’s tattoo. You can feel the jealousy coming out of the speakers. And I know a lot has to do with marvelous job of the narrator but that person has to have the great words to read first.
I just love how Scott and Boone skirt around each other for years because neither one want to ruin the friendship. And it took friends, jealousy, and a dessert for them to see the light.
This narrator, Greg Tremblay did an amazing job with all the voices from the men and woman and the different dialects.