Audiobook Review: Torment by C. M. Seabrook

Torment by C. M. Seabrook

Five ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Stars from Ari

Narration: Gunnar Qualen,

Jenna St. Claire

Length: 5 hrs, 43 mins




Six years he’s been gone, and then he falls straight into my bed. Literally. And I know my torment is only beginning.

I waited my whole life for Zee St. James to open his eyes and see me. But Port Clover’s official bad boy would never view me as anything more than his best friend’s little sister.

He shattered my heart into thousands of pieces when he left. And I spent years trying to forget him. Trying to banish the memory of that one kiss.

I thought I’d moved on. But when he comes crashing back into my life, or rather my apartment – the one he still owns – I’m defenseless against him.

Just when I think I might finally get my happily ever after, a web of secrets and betrayal threaten to unravel the hope I finally found in his arms.

And I’m faced with the soul-baring question: Is loving Zee worth the torment he inflicts?

Torment is the first, stand-alone novel in the brand-new Savages and Saints series, and a spin off of the Wild Irish series from Amazon Bestselling Author C.M. Seabrook


Zee St. James and Quinn Savage have a long history together. Quinn has always been in love with Zee, but he’s her brothers best friend therefore completely off limits. When he leaves Quinn desperately tries to move on, but can’t seem let feelings go. Now it’s six years later and Zee is back. Everything is different. They’re different. Secrets that have surfaced have changed the game, but the feelings are still the same.

This book was so freaking good! When C. M. Seabrook announced a spinoff from the Wild Irish series I was really looking forward to Zee’s story and I was not disappointed. I loved Zee! He’s not just your stereotypical hero. There so many layers to him. He’s been through so much pain and closes him self off to being loved. I wanted to hug him and then bang him. Quinn was great! He girl always knew what she was feeling was true and went with it. The way she loves Zee and wants to peel back his layers and show him he’s worthy of love made my heart happy. I love a good second chance romance and this story and couple made me feel everything right along with them and also root for them the whole time. Their story is beautiful even when it hurts.

Narration by Gunnar Qualen and Jenna St. Claire was great. They’re both new to me narrators, but quickly won me over. They brought Zee and Jenna to life effortlessly and injecting he perfect amount of passion this story needs. 5 Stars.


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