4 Stars for Until It’s Time to Go by Connie Bailey (AUDIOBOOK) #MM #Romance

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Title: Until It’s Time to Go
Author Name & Publisher: Connie Bailey (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: January 25, 2013 – 220 pgs

Synopsis

When a tragedy derailed his life, screenwriter Isaac Zevin became a recluse. Between the cheesy straight-to-video action scripts and his drinking problem, he’s surprised to get a call from Tony Kendall, the award-winning director he was slated to work with just before he fell off the map. After some persuading, Isaac agrees to help Tony realize his modernized vision of The Picture of Dorian Gray.

On set, Isaac is horrified to find the lead role filled by heartthrob superstar Colby Lightner, an actor Isaac believes embodies everything that’s wrong with Hollywood. Colby, on the other hand, couldn’t be happier to work with Isaac and resolves to make Isaac like him. As Isaac deals with his unwelcome attraction to Colby and the stress of writing a script during production, Laith, his troubled godson, shows up at his door looking for help. Isaac knows if he turns his back on the boy, he’ll never forgive himself. But how can he juggle his craft, his crush, and his godson’s problems when he can’t even take care of his cat?

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FourStars

**AUDIOBOOK REVIEW**

I found this book amusing and a breath of fresh air because it’s not the typical sweet guy romance. It’s sarcastic and thick skulled Issac against know it all, swave Colby with a bit of young and struggling Laith.
With all the totally different characters and their outlooks in life it was hard to keep up at time, but other times it totally worked and I loved it.
I do wish we would’ve gotten to see more of Issac’s life before the initial tragedy struck so we could’ve really tasted that beautiful love that left him so jadded and empty.
However, by the end of the book I loved how it all worked out for each character and the way they worked through the various situations that tried their relationship.
The narrator did a good job of keeping Issac’s sarcasm dry and hilarious (for the reader at least) and the fun, flirty side to Colby while giving the steamy scenes the right amount of heat.
Renee

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Connie Bailey is a Luddite who can’t live without her computer. She’s an acrophobic who loves to fly, a fault-finding pessimist who, nonetheless, is always surprised when something bad happens, and an antisocialite who loves her friends like family. She’s held a number of jobs in many disparate arenas to put food on the table, but writing is the occupation that feeds her soul.

Connie lives with her ultralight designer husband at a small grass-strip airfield halfway between Disney World and Busch Gardens. Logic and reality have had little to do with her life, and she likes it that way.

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