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Remington Tate is a mystery, even to himself. His mind is dark and light, complex and enlightening. He might grasp his own thoughts at times and forget what he did in others. But through it all, there is one constant. The constant of wanting, needing, loving, and protecting Brooke Dumas with every fiber of his being. This is his story from the first moment he laid eyes on her and knew, without a doubt, she would be the realest thing he’s ever had to fight for, to the moment she becomes his.



  • I absolutely love this series and Sebastian completely nailed it with his portrayal of Remy! If you haven't started reading these books, you need to start right away! Remington Tate is hands down my all-time favorite book boyfriend.
  • I'm a huge fan of the trilogy and have read all three books before, but there's something unique about experiencing the story through an audiobook. It's an absolute love affair with "Remy"! The way he adores Brooke and his mesmerizing thoughts about her are simply extraordinary. This book is truly remarkable, and I can't get enough of it. Sebastian York's narration is absolutely mind-blowing!
  • I absolutely loved 'Remy', the concluding installment of the REAL trilogy featuring Remington Tate and Brooke Dumas. This time, the story is narrated from Remy's perspective, adding an extra layer of depth and emotion. It's a captivating and poignant love story that truly touched my heart. Katy Evans' writing is simply brilliant, and Sebastian's narration was outstanding. Kudos to the entire team for delivering such a fantastic audiobook experience!
  • I can't believe I didn't discover this series earlier! I just spent two whole days immersing myself in the first three books of the Real series and boy, were they amazing! Evans really knows how to captivate readers with her writing skills. The characters are so incredibly fleshed out and easy to connect with, I found myself cheering for their happily ever afters. Out of the three books, my absolute favorite has to be Remy, mainly because it's told from his perspective and the narration by Sebastian York was just top-notch. The chemistry between the characters in all three books was absolutely electric. I'm beyond excited to dive into Racer's story next!
  • I didn't like REAL at all. I genuinely believed that I wanted to hear Remy's point of view, but it turns out that having the same characters is just not enough to keep me interested. The story here feels lacking and it becomes quite bothersome to constantly hear about his explicit desires towards Brooke. It's essentially bordering on erotica.
  • Remy is just as amazing as the first two books, but this time it's from Remy's perspective. Sebastian York absolutely nails the role of Remy - he not only felt and sounded the part, but he truly brought the character to life with his awesome voice. I've even recommended him to some authors who need a strong male voice. If I could give this audiobook 10 stars, I would. I enjoyed reading it, but when I listened to it, the whole story took on a whole new level of excitement. Remington Tate, the tough fighter, is definitely one of my all-time favorite book boyfriends, and Mr. York does justice to his character. I've now listened to the entire series twice and will always have it on hand for when I need my Remy fix (which is quite often). This book also handles Remy's issues in a sensitive and meaningful way, but I won't go into too much detail to avoid spoiling it. If you have any doubts about this book, don't. It's the start of a beautiful and enchanting love story, and we could all use some of that warmth. I'll probably say the same thing about all the books in this series, so if you see similar comments in my reviews of Mine and Remy, that's why.
  • This is like a "kind of" repeat, but from Remy's perspective. I had a good time reading it because I got to know what was actually going on in his mind and how he felt about everything. It helped clear up a lot of questions I had about why he did certain things. And I still absolutely love and adore Remy!
  • Not as hot and steamy as the first two books, but it was interesting to hear things from Remy's point of view. The narrator sounded older than I had pictured Remy in my mind and his accent was quite Texan, which I didn't imagine either, but I warmed up to it eventually.