Story: 4 Stars! Narrator Aiden Snow: 5 Stars! When you risk your safety day in and day out on the streets of Atlanta, having a partner you trust with your life is crucial. Luckily, from the very first moment they met, Detective Cash \"God\" Godfrey and Detective Leo Day knew they were meant to be partners. God is fierce, big and scary. A tattooed giant that most people avoid at all costs. Day is the cocky, funny, out and proud gay man that can charm anyone within minutes. Even God fell under his spell the day they met. Years later, the two imposing men are unstoppable and become invaluable to the Atlanta PD Narcotic\'s department. Over the years, they both start to realize their friendship is deeper than either can ever explain. They’d do anything for each other and anyone who knows them can instantly see their bond. Unfortunately, a relationship is not something they believe the other could ever give into. Day likes to play the field and God isn\'t gay. They\'re partners and best friends, if things go wrong it could destroy everything they\'ve built. I love this series, I think I\'ve read it at least 6 or 7 times since it came out. Getting to review the audiobook book was a no-brainer for me and I’m so glad I did it. I’ve written how I felt about the story many times. I truly love God and Day and their adventures and antics leave me laughing out loud. These two men are absolutely perfect for one another, as friends, as partners and as a couple. They\'re funny and their banter is hilarious. I love the action, the Alpha dominance that both men possess and the romantic and steamy moments that have me fanning myself. These two men are H.O.T! My only complaint is and always has been ***Spoiler Alert*** the partner sharing. It’s the one element in the story that just does not sit right with me. Why do God and Day have sex with another couple? I don\'t personally have a problem with ménage or polyamory but there really is no warning (at the time I first read the story in 2014) and even after reading it multiple times since, it did not fit into the story, in my opinion. I found it out of character for the men I believe God and Day are and in my opinion, the flow of the story. *** As for the Narrator Aiden Snow, he was awesome! The person bringing these characters to life really needed to have a special voice and quality to them and he definitely did. I often times find the narrator of audiobooks is missing something or that they can be a bit cheesy but this time I was very happy with how Aiden portrayed the characters and this story. It had a great cadence and smooth flow and made me see both God and Day even more clearly than before. Overall, I would definitely recommend Nothing Special by AE Via on audiobook!