Former NBA star Alexander Barrett has slam dunked his career into second gear with the grand opening of his hot new gym in Boulder, Colorado. But his excitement is tempered when his estranged twin brother, MMA title holder Zachary "The Hammer" Barrett returns home from Thailand. Alex has never forgiven Zach for marrying his college sweetheart. And while they're now divorced, his bitterness lingers. Zach hoped to re-connect with his brother, but when his personal assistant and trainer, Sarai Montri, arrives, their rivalry is soon reignited. Highly educated, not to mention gorgeous, the former Miss Thailand captivates Alex for the first time since his heartbreak. But Sarai's devotion to Zach only stirs up the past. Will the brothers' competitive natures tear them apart once more--with Sarai caught in the middle? .
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"Narrator Dylan Ford brings listeners into the competitive world of professional sports training. Gym owner Alexander Barrett has an eye for his new employee, Sarai Montri, but reconsiders when he learns she has arrived from Thailand with his estranged twin brother, Zachary. Zachary has returned to Colorado to defend his mixed martial arts title. Ford's muscular voice is a good match for Alexander's combination of physicality and business acumen as well as his eventual pursuit of Sarai. In creating a voice for Sarai--a Thai woman who was educated in France--Ford adds a lilting intonation to suggest her French experience. Overall, Ford's characterizations give Mello's romance some realistic grounding. C.A. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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