When mutual hate turns into something else entirely....
Lagan absolutely despises his law professor, Killian Evans. He’s an arrogant, snobby know-it-all who looks down on anyone who’s not up to his standards.
If only he wasn’t so damn hot.
If only he didn’t make Lagan want an entirely different lesson from him.…
Killian absolutely despises his student, Lagan Foster. He’s a lazy, flying-by-the seat-of-his-pants C+ student who barely can be bothered to pay attention in class.
If only he wasn’t so damn hot.
If only Killian didn’t want to teach him an entirely different lesson…
Loathed: Lagan is a steamy enemies to lovers MM romance that has insta hate mixed with a solid dose of insta lust, an age gap, found family, and two men who discover they’re much more alike than they thought. It is the third book in The Foster Brothers series, a contemporary MM romance series about four men who chose to be brothers that can be listened to as standalones.
Another Amazing Foster Brother, Story & Listen🎧
Nora Phoenix created something very special with these Foster Brothers, brought together when they were children under the suckiest of circumstances, bonded to became a brotherhood for life, having each other’s backs thru thick and thin. This third book of the series is Lagan’s story, the youngest of the four and yes, each book stands on its own but not only do I recommend them all, but to enjoy them in order written, this way you get to know each one thoroughly so when you see them appear in each other’s books you have the advantage of knowing their back story. Lagan is working full time as a paralegal while juggling law school, while he excels in his job, his grades are just average in school. It seems like one of his professors has had it in for him since day one, and he is not very understanding with him and his occasional tardiness and mentions this to him in class. Professor Killian Evans has his reasons for disliking Lagan and he does not hide that dislike, but has his assumptions about him been wrong all along? I loved watching these two go back and forth with each other and loved it even more once they got to know each other. The complexity and layers of their back stories are fantastic, as is their relationship, Nora Phoenix is a master of building these types of relationships, and does it so well, going deep with the emotions that hit you right in the gut and the heart. This amazing enemies to lovers is a slow burn but once the fire is lit it is smoking hot, another thing Phoenix excels at and you can’t help but love it, just like you can’t help but love the characters she creates, flaws and all. Nora Phoenix, thank you for another beautifully written and told story and emotional rollercoaster ride.
🎧 📚🎧 And for the exceptional narration, John Solo continues to do an amazing job bringing these characters and there story to life and does so with a complete understanding of who each character is and gives each a voice that suits them perfectly, sounding believable in every role he plays. His character voices have been consistent throughout the series and not only is his performance top-notch, but so is the quality of the sound. He sets the perfect tone for the story, handles the witty, band and forth dialogue with ease, and switches roles effortlessly, never missing a beat. You could hear how much heart he puts into his work as he captures all the character’s emotions and projects them into his performance. John Solo is a versatile voice artist and an entertaining storyteller who is a pleasure to listen to, and his narration enhances an already brilliant story to another level.