Audio Review: Real Hazard MM Romantic Suspense (West Coast Forensics, Book 4) By: Elle Keaton Narrated by: Michael Dean



The audiobook was very entertaining, the relationship in Real Hazard develops slowly and at the end it gets really exciting. A sweet and heartwarming story.

From the blurb:

They're not looking for love, but it finds them anyway. Can two very different men find common ground and claim a future...together?

Foster

Things I love: my kid sister, the no-hope dogs I rehabilitate, my job as an EMT, and maybe my new
friend Dutch.

But Dutch isn’t gay, and physical attraction isn’t something I feel often. Are these feelings real, or am I just tired of being alone?

Dutch

This is all Hazel’s fault. Hazel the Hazard.

Hazel made me come to first-grade safety day.

Hazel blurted out—loudly—about the beautiful fireman.

Hazel invited the beautiful fireman over for a party.

I swear I’m not gay, but Foster Jennings is the most beautiful man I’ve ever met, outside and in.

Dutch is the single dad of a precocious daughter. He moved to Piedras wanting a better life for Hazel and himself. Things are shaping up: He’s landed a permanent job at Brooch Resort, and Hazel has quit having nightmares that someone is going to steal her away.

Then everything goes sideways; Dutch’s past threatens his future, and he doesn’t know where to turn.

Something is wrong; Dutch is pushing him away and won’t tell Foster why.

When Hazel goes missing, Dutch can’t hide anymore, he needs his... Foster to help him get Hazel back.

#Demisexual #BiAwakening #SingleDad #FindingFamily

Real Hazard is book four in the West Coast Forensics series, is dual POV, and can be listened to as a standalone but may be more fully enjoyed if you start with Real Trouble.




Lesetiger's Review:

I love the West Coast Forensics series and was really looking forward to this audiobook. Dutch is a single father who has moved to Piedras Island to put his past behind him. His daughter Hazel, with her sweet and irresistible nature, has arranged for paramedic Foster to be invited to their home. Foster is lonely, but he has been taking loving care of his little sister since the death of his parents in an accident.

I really liked the dynamic of how the initial meeting developed into a friendship and more between Foster, who is demi, and Dutch, who didn't even know he was bisexual. It was wonderfully described and you could feel the sparks between them right away as you listened. Great chemistry and the emotions were great portrayed. The story is really sweet and 9-year-old Hazel played a big part in that. You can't help but take her to your heart. She is very smart and clever and is brilliantly voiced by Michael Dean. In general, he delivered a great performance. He did a fantastic job of portraying the emotions, giving the characters' appropriate voices, and his way of narrating Hazel was just sweet. The audiobook was very entertaining; the relationship develops slowly and at the end it gets really exciting. A sweet and heartwarming story.

The audiobook was very entertaining; the relationship develops slowly and at the end it gets really exciting. A sweet and heartwarming story.

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Real Hazard is available to listen to on Audible and is Whispersynced.

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