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Play It Again

Autor: Aidan Wayne
Sprecher: Sean Crisden
Spieldauer: 6 Std. und 32 Min.
Kategorien: LGBT, Romanze
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The videos are fun. But it’s the host who has him coming back for more....

When Seattle-based blind YouTuber Dovid Rosenstein finds Sam Doyle’s Let’s Play channel, playitagainsam, he’s instantly captivated by the Irish gamer. Everything about Sam is adorable, from his accent to his personality, and Dovid can’t get enough of his content.

Dovid’s glowing shout-out on Don’t Look Now, his own successful channel, sends Sam’s subscriber numbers skyrocketing overnight. He has more comments than he can read. And while the sudden surge in popularity is anxiety-inducing, Sam decides it’s only right to dedicate his next episode to Dovid...which soon leads to a heart-pounding exchange of DMs.

They may have never met in person, but Dovid’s never felt this close to anyone before. What they have feels worth exploring - no matter the distance. But is it possible to already be in love with someone who’s half a world away?

One-click with confidence. This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise: all the romance you’re looking for with an HEA/HFN. It’s a promise!

©2019 Aidan Wayne (P)2019 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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funny & heartwarming

the narrator is great too, his Irish accent is decent 😁
it's an easy love story but also deals with topics like handicap or disapproval by parents and finding a place in the world for oneself.
so it's a good mixture, incredible funny, not too heavy, but also not too cheesy or superficial.
if you like "openly straight" or "Simon &..." you might found something for you.