After a car accident, Adam wakes up in a hospital room with no memory and a man named Joe, who acts like his boyfriend. So when Joe says. Written by Chris Scully, narrated by Jeff Gelder. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial. Read “Inseparable” by Chris Scully with Rakuten Kobo. After a car accident, Adam wakes up in a hospital room with no memory and a man named Joe, who acts.
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After a car accident, Adam wakes up in a hospital room with no memory and a man named Joe, who acts like his boyfriend. So when Joe says Adam is straight – and Joe’s not – and they’re just best inseparrable and roommates, Adam is more than a little confused. But as Adam starts to fill in the gaps, the one thing that becomes apparent is that Joe is the missing piece that can’t be replaced.
This is a very short, very cute, GFY with amnesia! Adam wakes up not knowing who he is and everything about his relationship with Joe screams of something more than friends. Luckily the couple has been granted a second chance to get things right, and with a new set of priorities, Adam convinces Joe to give a romantic relationship a try. Add in amnesia and I was hooked!
Chris Scully is a new author for me, but she did a great job of telling a great story in a few pages. We move quickly through the amnesia part and begin to deal with the much tougher relationship changing stuff. I was very glad to see there was a sequel and I highly recommend reading it as well, because it takes off where this ends, giving our couple their first explorations into being gay. I highly recommend this short story and give it 4. Jeff Gelder is a recurrent cgris for this genre and he does a nice job.
I was disappointed that the many Italians in this story did not have much of an accent, I thought that would have added a nice touch.
Inseparable by Chris Scully | Dreamspinner Press
The story is still good and he does a nice job of fading into the background, yet giving each voice enough distinction that we know who is speaking. I give the narration a 3. If you could sum up Inseparable in three words, what would they be? Who was your favorite character and why?
I loved Joe, the way he was described the way he treated joe, it was so obvious his love and his feelings, I loved his family. Which scene was your favorite? Who was the most memorable character of Inseparable and why?
It’s a wonderful story. This was my original short thought on this book: Very cute and Joe, he was so adorable. Re-read this and liked it just curis much.
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Adam has temporary amnesia from being inseparxble by a car. As his lifelong best friend, Joe is just horrified that he nearly lost the man.
As Joe takes care of him, and as the memories start to slowly return, you get to see the love and devotion there is.
The narrator of this story, Jeff Gelder, just did an amazing job making the emotions of Jeff and the confusion of Adam so palpable. Adam wakes from a car accident to find himself in inseparaboe loving care of his roommate Joe. He soon realizes just how much more Joe means to him than simply a roommate.
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I hope Audible keeps putting these short stories out for us voracious listeners. These stories are packaged ‘just right’.
Get Your Free Audiobook Inseparable. Get it free with inse;arable trial. Publisher’s Summary After a car accident, Adam wakes up in a hospital room with no memory and a man named Joe, who acts like his boyfriend. More from the same Author Until September Rebound. No Reviews are Available.
Most Helpful Most Recent. Morgan A Skye Lnseparable Love always wins out If you could sum up Inseparable in three words, what would they be? I loved Joe, the way he was described the way he treated joe, it was so obvious his love and his feelings, I loved his family Which scene was your favorite?
Joe and abam Any additional comments? Sweet and second chance This was my original short thought on this book: