Yes, I will listen to this audio book again. The story kept me interested. I thought the characters were believable and likeable! I also love a happy ending.
I have enjoyed Suzanne Brockmans other series on Navy Seals (Over the edge, Out of control) This is the same premise. However Night Watch is shorter and not as intense.
Love wins in the end!
Good story, as are all Suzanne Brockmann stories.
Iliana Kadushen, Renee Raudman, They have great, light voices. Hendrix's voice is a bit dire.
Sure...I would listen simply for the enjoyment of completing the Tall Dark and Dangerous series.
Not on edge. It was pretty obvious, but I still enjoyed it. After 10 other books of a similar nature, this one did not keep me guessing.
Perhaps...if the leading lady was meant to be older. I enjoyed Gayle, but she gave the impression of a woman who was older, wiser and more sophisticated than the leading ladies of the SEALs series. Most of them were to be in the 20s to early 30s. I believe that Britt was to be mid-thirties, but she came off sounding like a 40-something, while Wes sounded to be in his late 20s. It made the love story a little bit unreal.
Perhaps, although I wasn't able to.
Again, I enjoyed the finality of the series. This wasn't one of my favorites, but it was still good closure!
This story twisted and turned and kept me engaged. Occasionally I needed to stop listening and take care of things but I didn't want to.