Title: Tight Quarters (Out of Uniform #6)
Author: Annabeth Albert and Greg Boudreaux (Narrator)
Publisher: Carina Press / Harlequin Audio
Release Date: July 9th 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Length: 8 hrs and 18 mins
Reviewed by: Belen
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Petty Officer Bacon, a navy SEAL and ace sharpshooter, has been on the front lines of more than his fair share of dangerous ops. Yet when a minor injury relegates him to the beta team, he’s tasked with what may be his riskiest assignment yet: the silver fox journalist he’s babysitting is the hottest, most charismatic man he’s ever encountered.
Award-winning journalist Spencer Bryant may have been named one of Pride magazine’s most eligible bachelors of the year, but he’s not looking to change his relationship status. He’s a consummate professional who won’t risk his ethics or impeccable reputation by getting involved with a source. Even a sexy-as-hell military man. But while Spencer can resist his physical attraction to Bacon, he has less control over his emotions—especially when the mission goes sideways and the two men are trapped alone.
Getting out of the jungle alive turns out to be easy compared to facing the truth about their feelings for one another back in the real world. And whether or not they can build a future is a different story altogether.
Told from Navy SEAL and sharpshooter, Petty Officer Bacon, and silver fox, award-winning journalist, Spencer Bryant’s, POVs Tight Quarters is hands down my favorite story in the Out of Uniform series.
I loved the way their relationship progressed, I loved their chemistry, I loved their age gap didn’t affect their relationship at all, I even loved the little bit of angst that got worked through dealing with Spencer’s job possibly impacting Bacon’s future in the Navy.
There’s some action, plenty of passion, and it’s all brilliantly narrated by Greg Tremblay under his sexier Greg Boudreaux brand. He brought me to absolute tears, fat, gasping tears, at one point – and if that isn’t the sign of great writing and a great performance, well, I don’t know what is.
I loved the audio and absolutely recommend it.
P.S.: I hope Rooster gets his happy ending next.