Audio Book Review: Subject 13 by Ethan Stone

Release Date: June 26, 2015
Publisher: Stone Publishing
Format: Audio
Length: 6 hours 55 minutes
Narrator: John Solor
Genre: Romance, LGBT, Conspiracy
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Luke Kincaid's life is exploding all around him. First his lover leaves him to marry a woman, then childhood nightmares return with a vengeance.

He finds comfort in his renewed friendship with high school buddy Ben Skinner. Luke works on rebuilding his life but repressed memories threaten everything. Luke and Ben investigate his past while Luke fights his attraction to Ben, who he believes is straight.

But someone doesn’t want them to discover the truth and Luke’s life is in jeopardy. Luke can’t stop his search—not even when he finds out it is connected to a government cover up. Luke and Ben must uncover the secrets of Luke’s past as well as deal with their true feelings for each other.


Lukes world is turned upside down when his long time lover decides to marry a woman.  After trying to crash the wedding he finds himself staying with his old friend Ben Skinner who is now a local cop.  It also turns out the Ben's sister is the woman Luke's lover married! As Luke tries to figure out his life, strange things start to happen and memories from his past start to resurface. As Ben tries to help Luke figure out what he is remembering about his past they find themselves dodging bullets.

This book surprised me a little. I didn't expect too much from it and I found myself really liking it.  The mystery surrounding Lukes past is fascinating.  There is a bit of a cliff hanger at the end which could lead to another book, which I really hope he decides to write. 

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