REVIEWED by Christie
AUTHOR: Cardeno C
NARRATOR: Robert M. Clark
PUBLISHER: The Romance Authors
LENGTH: 1h 50m
RELEASE DATE: August 17, 2016
To bond with his destined mate, an Alpha wolf must look past what he sees and trust what he feels.
Bonded by their parents before they were conceived, wolf shifters Abel and Kai adored each other since they were children. As teens, the two future Alphas took the next step in their bonding process and vowed to remain true to one another until Kai came of age. But when tragedy struck, Abel felt betrayed and ran from Kai instead of completing their mating.
Abel never stops yearning for the man who was supposed to lead by his side and after years without contact, Kai returns, broken and on death’s door. If Abel wants to fulfill their destiny and merge their packs, he’ll need to look past what he saw and trust his heart.
Having been a Cardeno C fan for what seems like ever, it seemed like a no-brainer to snatch this audiobook up for review. Glad I did, too. All of me was fantastic, and even moreso under Robert M. Clark’s expert narration.
Abel and Kai fell in love when they were children, and hoped to spend the rest of their lives together. Alas, Abel saw something which caused him to break their bond hearts were shattered. Ten years later, Abel and Kai are reunited when Kai’s broken body is brought home to recover from a traumatic event.
Kai and Abel are amazing together. They truly do love each other to the depths of their souls. And, I also love the family element in All of Me. They are obnoxious, irritating, and absolutely hysterical at times. Just like a family should be.
My heart hurt, it sung, it cracked just a little, then healed up tight knowing that Abel and Kai’s bond was once again in place and even stronger than ever toward the end of the story. And, Robert M. Clark did a fantastic job helping me feel these emotions even more significantly with his narration. Cardeno, you are phenomenal. I love your books and can’t wait to read/ listen to more in the very near future.