Signal Boost

Signal Boost

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When technology stopped working, the world as they knew it ended.

John Seong and his loved ones managed to survive when the world went dark. He should be grateful. But his family is in his face 24/7, he has to watch his best friend and his brother flaunt their newfound love, and as a techie in a Luddite world he's pretty much useless. The cabin is full of people, but he feels utterly alone. That is, until he catches Mr. Tall, Blond, and Gorgeous raiding their garden.

Mykhail is an astrophysics student, and he thinks he knows what caused the devastation. When he mentions he's on a journey to his university to find answers, the usually practical John impulsively invites himself along. He wants to do something tangible after months of helpless waiting, but he also can't deny his instant attraction to the mysterious Mykhail.

Danger lurks around every bend on their journey, pushing John and Mykhail closer together, despite Mykhail's declaration that nothing can happen between them. Eventually, they give in to the undeniable chemistry between them, but the truth of Mykhail's past and what they find at the university threatens their relationship--and the world.
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Product details

  • CD-Audio
  • 142 x 147 x 28mm | 227g
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • Unabridged
  • 1982678151
  • 9781982678159

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"Cole's Off the Grid series succeeds because it captures the unsettling details of its dystopian setting beautifully, but also because its main characters are so very human and relatable. While both men in this second installment are exceptionally sympathetic characters whose bond offers hope in a treacherous and lonely world, Cole's astrophysics student, with his awe of the cosmos and burgeoning self-acceptance, is particularly memorable. As there is a great deal of plot development in this book, new readers would do well to start this imaginative, funny and surprising series from the beginning."

-- "RT Book Reviews (4 stars)"
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