still missing....something! (audio review)

Chevalier - Mary Calmes Independent reviewer for Divine Magazine, I was gifted the AUDIO version of this book. Mason is settled into his life with his Goji mate, Luc. He still isn't quite sure what exactly being Romanus means, but he'll figure it out. When Mason's father turns up, Mason and Luc face much more bigotry and ingrained belief that they should not be together. A trip to France to find out more about Mason's mother takes a deadly turn. I said in my audio review for Romanus that I could not split the audio narration from the story. Since Greg Tremblay does an amazing job second time around, I stand by that here. I can't split it! 3 hours and 37 minutes is not a long book for me, it was a plane ride to Spain in this case, but we get more of Mason's history, what happened to his mother, and how he came to be where he is now. And we get just what being Romanus really means. I'm not gonna spoil it for you, listen or read yourself to get it, but it doesn't quite mean what the rest of the Goji have been led to believe. There are a host of new characters here, most with French accents. Tremblay pulls them all off beautifully. And I'm left wondering about them. Some, anyway. The Guardian, Gabriel, he needs a story, certainly. And how Mason's best friend and the leader of Mason's clan (I'm sorry, there is a special word for it, but I haven't seen it written down, and have no idea what the word looks like!) finally got together. I just feel like I'm missing something! And other than the fact that, again, we only get Mason and not Luc, I cannot, for the life of my figure out what I think I'm missing! GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR! so, because of that... 4 stars for the story but 5 stars for the narration so 4.5 stars overall. **same worded review will appear on Goodreads,, Dreamspinner Press,,, Barnes and Noble, Kobo and Booklikes**