Narrator: Seth Clayton
Title: A Kind of Home
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Aaron Anderson
Publication date: December 4, 2017
Length: 8 hours 56 minutes
Reviewed by Racheal
A Kind Of Story
Isaac Dalton is the guitarist for Spiral, arguably the biggest rock band in the world. The band’s meteoric rise to superstardom has its perks, but fame and fortune aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. Nonstop touring and performing exhaust him, and when an overzealous fan makes it imperative that Isaac travel with a clingy bodyguard, he is ready for a break from the madness. More so when his newly single first crush shows up on his doorstep. The man is strictly off-limits. He’s a memory from a place Isaac would rather leave behind. And he’s straight.
Fun-loving former athlete slash construction worker Adam McBride desperately needs a new beginning. And New York City is the perfect place to start over and think about how to rebuild his life. A short stint as roommates with his brother’s best friend from high school seems like a mutually beneficial arrangement. However, when friendship gives way to fierce attraction, both men find themselves in unchartered and possibly dangerous territory. Isaac has to decide if he’s willing to take the ultimate risk for a kind of love and a kind of home he never dreamed possible.
Lane Hayes definitely does not disappoint with this magnificent masterpiece A Kind of Home and it is beautifully narrated by Seth Clayton.
Isaac Dalton thought he finally found his place in the world. Being a well-known guitar player in a rock band that is taking the nation by storm! Coming from a broken family in a small unknown town to the high life of the Big Apple is more than he could have ever dreamed. However, with fame comes long days, endless nights, long frames of time being away from home not to mention never having privacy and your life being plastered everywhere for the world to see. At home, he comes face to face with his best friends brother Adam McBride. Adam is also going through some life changes and needs a place to crash for the time being.
Just what Isaac needs right now in his life, his straight walking fantasy living in the room down the hall from his. The man who is messing with his heart and mind doesn't seem to have a plan but makes him laugh and start to see life a little differently. One night changes the course of their friendship. Which now only leaves Isaac more confused with his feelings and mounting stress regarding things happening in his career.
Seth Clayton truly brought both characters of Isaac and Adam alive through his storytelling. He captured both of their personalities by the way he was able to take on each of their characters.
I enjoyed getting lost in the world that was just created for Isaac and Adam. Their story was powerful, in-depth and made me open my eyes and see beyond just their outer beauty.
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