In Foxe Den 2: Summer Vacation, Skyler and Keith offer a beach party for the Gay-Straight Alliance kids. Two gay teens have an intimate moment in their own story, Skyler's friend Mike de Guzman experiences Skyle's favorite gay bar, Trixx, and finally, Skyler and Keith go on a backpacking trip.
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By HaloLove on 18-08-2016
JOEL LESLIE = LOVE💥😍💥💞💥😘💥💝💥🤑💥❤️💥👏💥💗💥👍🏾💥
You get a look into several characters lives and relationships.
The beach party was perfection.
And the spider bite, oh sweet manly Skylar ✨ I teared up with his disappointment of not thinking he wasn't manly enough! And Keith, as a boyfriend, he is just beautiful and loving and kind and well, just absolutely perfect. Every boy and girl should be so lucky to have someone love them as much as he loves Skylar. -happy sigh-
This is precisely what I needed for Skylar, Keith, and the entire Skylar Foxe fan club! Oh God, I forgot about Mike and that dang on kiss in the gay bar.LOL. Loved it! And I felt how Sydney felt, it was 💥 EXPLOSIVELY HOT!!! 💥
You finally get a look a good look into Skylar and Keith's relationship without murder or miscommunications ruining everything and it was lovely. The best part is finding out a that the author actually wrote a bit of what happened to him in his past in this great tale. *Hugs to him*
The ending was great, and this tale was just so much fun!!! I loved the goofy smile, and sparks of happiness igniting in my heart after listening to this. And of course, Joel Leslie was perfection in his performance. Happy faces and hearts all around.
So far, this is my favorite Skylar Foxe tale to date! 💖😊💝🙃💝☺️
But I am itching for another murder mystery but with no ridiculous miscommunications between Skylar and Keith.
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By Christopher R Boltz on 24-08-2016
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I am a die-hard mystery fan, and I was a bit skeptical to see Foxe Den and Foxe Den 2 which don't have robberies and corpses. Crimelessness aside, I really enjoyed seeing the characters away from all that and living their normal lives. With the statement that they are not mysteries (like the rest of the series), I would recommend them to friends who have read at least one other Skyler Foxe mystery.
What other book might you compare Foxe Den 2: Summer Vacation to and why?
Probably Foxe Den 1, as it shows the mystery solving gang "off-duty" as it were.
What about Joel Leslie’s performance did you like?
Leslie does a great job creating a unique voice for all the characters (even minor 1-line characters), so that it isn't hard to know who is speaking even in complicated dialogue sections.
If you could take any character from Foxe Den 2: Summer Vacation out to dinner, who would it be and why?
It would have to be Mike, but mostly because I think he still needs some assurance that his new group of friends are ok, and aren't out for him.
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