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Angela Fitzgerald

When I discovered Audible it was like discovering love :-) I love receiving codes and in return I post reviews. Wife, and mom of two,

Member Since 2012

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  • Alpha: Shifters, Book 6

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Rachel Vincent
    • Narrated By Jennifer Van Dyck
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (551)
    Performance
    (293)
    Story
    (292)

    "The unscrupulous new Council chair has charged Jace, Marc and me with trespassing, kidnapping, murder and treason. Yeah, we've been busy. But now it's time to take justice into our own hands. We must avenge my brother's death and carve out the rot at the heart of the Council. It's not going to be easy, and loss seems unavoidable, but I have promised to protect my Pride, no matter what...."

    Gayle says: "Good Finish To the Series"
    "This is one fight Faythe is determined not to lose"
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    Calvin Malone can't seem to stop causing trouble. He now has charged Have, Marc, and Faythe with trespassing,kidnapping, murder, and not to mention treason. Faythe realizes Calvin hasn't gave her much choice so she decides her brothers murder must be avenged. She also has to get Calvin out of the picture. He wouldn't stop until he was dead. Her father was also dead and he expected her to take over the Pride. Now, she sets out to get rid of Malone once and for all and take back her home. These are absolutely wonderful series. I hate that it ended. The narrator did an awesome job. She made the characters leap out. I felt a huge bond to the characters, especially Marc. Rachel Vincent did a brilliant job and it a remarkable and wonderfully written. I would hope Rachel Vincent would write more of the Shifter series. I only wish they had been longer atleast when it comes to audio.

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  • Mail-Order Brides of the West, Book 4: Lina: A Montana Sky Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 15 mins)
    • By Debra Holland
    • Narrated By Lara Asmundson
    Overall
    (19)
    Performance
    (19)
    Story
    (19)

    When Lina Napolitano's nanny position ends, she has no desire to return to the crowded family compound in St. Louis and endure the pressure from all her boisterous and overbearing Italian relatives to marry a local man. After eight years of living away from her family, she's accustomed to making her own decisions. Lina wishes to be a wife - just not of the local garbage man or fishmonger.

    Terri B. says: "Historical fiction & romance at it's finest!"
    "Absolutely Wonderful!"
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    This story was absolutely wonderful! I really enjoyed Mail-Order Brides of the West:Trudy but Mail-Order Brides of the West:Lina was much more than I was expecting. I really loved Lina's character. She speaks her mind and doesn't hide her feelings back. Lina, is such a strong female and I love her accent when she's mad. This story is fast paced that you will not want to stop this story until its finished.

    Debra amazes me with her writing. The details that Debra adds make you feel as if you've known the characters and town forever. One of the great things about the details is that Debra doesn't add too much detail that it bores you and puts you to sleep. Her writing is like watching someone as they paint a beautiful as brush flows with every stroke. I'm not sure if that makes any sense but it does to me. If you loved Trudy's story then you have to get LIna's story.

    Debra is such a talented writer. You really do feel her love in each story she writes. Yes, she does write about love but that's not what I mean. I feel all the love that she poured in this story. The details are so vivid and I feel so peaceful when I listen to her stories, especially all the Montana Sky stories. The love that Debra puts into her stories heal, well they heal me and that's being honest. I was in a horrible mood and feeling extremely sad and depressed and it made me think of this story. I had gotten it the day before and it was downloaded so I began to listen and it was the best thing I did for myself. Debra's stories always make me feel happy or peaceful and this story did the job and my mood changed. I began to feel so much better, laughter came, I started to feel happy, and I became stress free and I am still feeling at peace.

    Lara Asmundson has done another wonderful job. She does a perfect job with distinguishing each characters accent. I know each character who's speaking and that's a must because she does an exceptional job grabbing your attention. She wakes the story up and brings life into it and you cant help but feel as if your in Montana yourself. I am sorry for not giving any details about this story but this is one that you must get and listen to yourself. I guarantee you wont regret your purchase of this story. Debra Holland has created such a beautiful , sweet, and a very enjoyable story. Thank you for making my day better with this story, these stories have their on little way of healing. I definitely recommend this story and all of the Montana Sky stories.

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  • Meeting Destiny: Destiny, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 9 mins)
    • By Nancy Straight
    • Narrated By Laurel Schroeder
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (7)
    Performance
    (7)
    Story
    (5)

    Lauren is visited in her dreams for years by a stranger claiming to be her destiny. Destiny becomes reality when paths cross during a failed robbery attempt. Lauren and the stranger experience chemistry like no other and now her doubt over her long-time relationship with her high school sweetheart is not her only secret…someone else knows about her keen intuition and sixth sense.

    Angela Fitzgerald says: "Wonderful!!"
    "Wonderful!!"
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    This story was not at all what I thought it would be from reading the expert. I thought it would be a normal romance but instead it was so much more, It's such a magical story with romance and full of twists. Lauren Davis is a 21 year old college senior, a typical girl but not so much. Lauren has a gift about people, especially bad people, an intuition of sorts. She knows when she gets certain feelings, it lets her know if she can be around them or not. When Lauren meets Max Meyer she feels as if she has to be close to him at all times. She feels the electricity between them. I'm sorry but that's about as much detail as I want to give away. This is a story that you really must purchase for yourself to discover where this story takes you. I really must say that it takes you on some bumpy rollercoaster rides. I also want to mention the cover, its absolutely beautiful and it caught my attention and helped draw me in to want to listen to this story.

    Author Nancy Straight blew me away with Blood Debt, another story she wrote and I absolutely loved the series and Blood Debt is the first story in the Touched series. I really don't understand why a publisher hasn't grabbed her up yet because she creates such wonderful, realistic stories. I don't know, I guess there's perks to being self published because you don't have someone standing over you telling you that your on a deadline. Anyway, it's their loss because her writing is brilliant. Nancy's stories, especially Meeting Destiny is so realistic. The characters are very real, likeable, and heart wrenching at times. There's so many twists and turns. I'm impressed with her story and I loved the rest of the Destiny series.

    Narrator Laurel Schroeder did a fabulous job narrating the story. She kept me glued to the story and her performance is great. She did an excellent job distinguishing each characters accents, letting you know the character who was speaking. She is a very talented woman with her talent of performing with voices and such. I highly recommend this audio and others written by Nancy Straight and other audios narrated by Laurel Schroeder. A definite 5 star rating for this story but if you think this story was good, wait because they get even better.

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  • Mail-Order Brides of the West: Trudy

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Debra Holland
    • Narrated By Lara Asmundson
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (33)
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    (32)
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    The well-educated daughter of a lawyer, Trudy Bauer arrives at the St. Louis based Mail-Order Brides of the West agency full of excitement for an adventure of a lifetime. She befriends the agency's maid, Evie Davenport, and the two form a strong and lasting friendship. They vow to stay in contact through letters when Evie takes hold of her destiny and arranges a marriage on the sly. Each brave young woman is ready to face whatever an unknown groom and life in Montana can throw her way.

    Cathy Henderson says: "Mail-Order Brides of the West: Trudy"
    "Loved It!"
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    MAIL ORDER BRIDES OF THE WEST AGENCY
    Seek Bachelors with good reputation for quality brides that can cook, keep up a home with cleaning and such.

    Must own a home and be able to provide for a wife.

    References are required, preferably from your minister or a reputable person.

    You must state details about your appearance, location, level of education, what you do for work, and what you require in a wife.

    The Agency requires $50 dollars which pays for the agencies fees and train ticket.

    Debra Holland has written another wonderful story! The story is set in 1886 and its western with clean romance and no cliffhangers. Debra's story had me hooked from the beginning to the very end. This isn't my normal genre but once I listened to the first story of the Montana Sky series written by Debra, I love them. I find her stories come to life and everything going on in my brain stops. I feel at peace as I listen to her stories. It's astonishing that an author's story can bring a person so much peace and wash away all the stress that someone has, atleast that's what her stories do to me. To me, it's as if everything going on in my life gets washed away for hours while I listen.

    Debra is such a talented author and is shows in all her stories. She keeps you immersed and it's almost impossible to stop listening to her stories once you start. I normally don't stop listening until the story ends. I feel as if she writes with her heart and I believe she does because I feel everything, the romance, tears, and so much happiness. I normally would give more detail about the story but I don't want to give anything away. I don't want to give too much away about Trudy and Seth. This is a story you'll want to listen to yourself and it can be read as a standalone, without those horrific cliffhangers that I really dislike. I found myself laughing out loud at times, smiling, and even tears pouring down my face at times. I find it to be a story that I will remember forever and re-listen to it over again, many times. If you've listened or read Debra's Montana Sky stories then you'll love this one. It gives you an earlier look of Montana. The story truly is captivating, its a sweet and such a beautiful story,

    Narrator Lara Asmudson does a superb job with her performance of this story. Everything was clear, all the characters were recognizable by the distinguishing accents Lara gave them all. She brought the story to life and I felt at peace as I listened to her tell this beautiful story that Debra Holland created. I look forward to listening to more stories in the Montana Sky series. I highly recommend this story to everyone, even if it's not your favorite genre because I know you'll love it. Debra's stories will change your mind about historical romance even if it's not your favorite genre, she did change my mind after all. I really would love to see Debra write something in the YA genre or paranormal genre, even if it's a YA. I know anything she writes would be perfect, she's a brilliant writer. I'm so surprised that she hasn't been grabbed up by a publisher. I wonder this a lot about other authors as well. I guess, maybe Debra like others like being self published and don't have to worry about a publisher bothering them. I really, really must say this is a wonderful story and take that chance and purchase it because you really have nothing to lose, nothing at all. Audible has a great return policy but I guarantee you will want to keep this story and others written by Debra Holland. Go check out her Montana Sky series and her Gods' Dream Trilogy.

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  • Guardians: The Fallout: The Guardians Series, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 2 mins)
    • By Lola StVil
    • Narrated By Jennifer O'Donnell
    Overall
    (3)
    Performance
    (3)
    Story
    (3)

    Just because she has wings, doesn't mean she's an Angel... It's front page news on every Angel gossip rag: "Marcus & Ameana: Gone the Way of Brad & Jennifer". So, Who Is the "Angelina"? Emmy Baxter - a mere mortal! Ameana tries to avoid her ex and his new love by focusing on the other evil out to destroy the team. But soon her pain turns to fury. And before the end... a girl plots revenge, a leader is on the edge, and an Angel falls.

    Angela Fitzgerald says: "OMG.....WOW, I NEED MORE NOW!"
    "OMG.....WOW, I NEED MORE NOW!"
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    I don't understand the reviews from people but I guess I'm not them. I know a great story when I listen to it and maybe those reviewers should take up listening if they cant understand what a good story is by reading it. When you listen it takes on another world as if you're really there. I just don't get it because we definitely cant be reviewing the same story.

    Lola StVil created another wonderful story and its written to pure perfection. I feel its somewhat original because of the human and even the angels somewhat human feelings. I love that and its nice to relate to. The characters in the Fallout makes me love them even more. I still am having trouble liking Ameana and her tendacies. Yes, she's hurting but she's still being mean of loosing Marcus to a human. Emmy is still being protected by the guardians and she is strong minded and overall strong for a young human girl, Overall, Emmy is strong and loveable.

    Lola creates a hide and seek sort of story with good vs. evil. The Guardians are sent there to look for something called the triplex and prevent humanity from being destroyed and Emmerson plays a huge part in this much larger than anyone knows. Marcus is still being told by the Sage that he has to leave Emmy alone because if he doesn't they would fail their mission. Marcus and Emmy continue their relationship. I can understand why Ameana acts the way she does because she's with them daily and even has to guard Emmy.

    This story left me with my heart aching, jaw dropped, and immediately downloading the third audio. Lola absolutely left me an emotional wreck with this story. Trust me, it was magnificent because that's how real her writing feels. She's an excellent author and she picked a great narrator to tell her story. Lola has such a vivid imagination and amazing talent that shows in her writing and someone should take notice.

    When it comes to narrator Jennifer O'Donnell I must say she's extremely gifted and I'm sorry to say she doesn't need another narrator working with her because she's that darn good. You don't need a male for the male characters or vise versa. If the narrator is talented enough they can distinguish each character and Jennifer does an amazing job doing this. Jennifer kept me immersed in this story and on the edge of my seat. Wonderfully written and perfectly performed. You cant go wrong with these stories and the audio versions are mind blowing, I highly recommend you get these audios today!

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  • The Girl: Guardians, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Lola StVil
    • Narrated By Jennifer O'Donnell, Adam Chase
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (21)
    Performance
    (20)
    Story
    (19)

    I crave him. I need him. I love him. And that is the reason, we will all die...

    Angela Fitzgerald says: "WOW!!"
    "WOW!!"
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    I really love stories about angels and demons. I can remember one year looking for every angel/demon audiobook I could find. At the time I found everyone I could and went on an angel and demon binge. Then I couldn't find anymore and I felt as if I was going through withdrawals. I wish this story had been available at that time. I was fortunate to have stumbled across this audio and the others that go with this story. I absolutely LOVE this story!

    Author Lola StVil has written a brilliant an absolutely a wonderful story. The characters are fun, and you find yourself bonding with them almost immediately. I love all the details she included in this story like snaps, ports, Samson string, holders, and so much more. Lola did a perfect job planning what she wanted the readers/listeners to read or hear. The story is especially fascinating and you cant help but become immersed in the story.

    Emmy Baxter is a fifteen year old girl, a mortal girl. She lives in New York City and believes she's a product of rape. She attends the Luingston Academy on a partial scholarship. My heart aches for Emmy but others as well. Emmy ends up falling in love with Marcus, the head guardian angel. Lola has written the story to where Emmy never seems to get what she wants. Emmy does have a lot of pressure and commitments she has to uphold as do the angels.

    I also love the demon angels, such as Rage, Chaos, and the others even if they are trying to kill the guardians, the humans, and Emmy. Don't get me wrong I do feel Emmy is extremely strong for a fifteen year old mortal girl. I do think she does ask too many questions, puts her self at risk, and causes problems for the guardians. I love the teenage angels, Marcus, Rio, Jay, Ameana, who can be a real b.... most of the time but she has her reasons and then there's Miku, who we find out more about in book 3. Miku and Rio are twins, teenagers, and also guardian angels. They love each other because they're twins and among other reasons. Once again, Lola StVil has created a wonderful series about angels, demons, a sage, and wow, so much details that you cant stop until you finish the story but then you'll immediately start book two.

    The narrators Jennifer O'Donnell and Adam Chase did an outstanding job with their performance of this story. Although, there are times that I feel Ameana's voice is to deep, sort of manly but other than that, it's perfect. The two worked great together and you can tell when you listen. You really will enjoy listening to this story and you're definitely missing out if you don't. The two narrators really shine with this story and the accents of all the characters are extremely enjoyable to listen to.

    For Lola, I hope one day you get a chance to read this. I want to tell you to reach high because your stories are worthy of a great publisher, maybe Harper Collins. I think that publishing company is a great one. I've listened to the first three audios that you've written. I must say they are worthy of being published. I can't wait to listen to book four. I am looking forward to it and I cant wait.

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  • Corpus Earthling

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By Louis Charbonneau
    • Narrated By Paul Heitsch
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (2)
    Performance
    (2)
    Story
    (2)

    Paul Cameron heard voices. There were two of them. They were whispering to each other in the bones of his skull, wearily, interminably, making monstrous plans to conquer the Earth.... Cameron was an educated man, an English professor at a leading university. Was he going insane? Or was he really tuned in somehow on the telepathic conversations of a recon patrol for a terrible Martian invasion? He tried warning the others, but nobody believed him.

    Angela Fitzgerald says: "Very Enjoyable!"
    "Very Enjoyable!"
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    This story is over fifty years old and the book cover isn't really appealing but you can't judge a book by its cover, so don't. Even though its that old there's only some parts that let you know its that old. The story was published in 1960. Although the story is this old its still written extremely well. This is the first story I've read/listened to by author Louis Charbonneau.

    Basically the story's about a man who's an English professor. Cameron works at a leading university and he's a well educated man. He believes he could be going insane because he's having a difficult time believing he's telepathic. He is hearing about an invasion from martians and no one believes him. He's told or rather hears that he needs to kill the listener.

    Narrator Paul Heitsch does another exceptional job with his performance of this story. I love listening to audiobooks that are narrated by him. Honestly, authors, he's extremely talented and I would love to hear some more fantasy genres narrated by him. I know he'd blow me away because even stories that were written fifty years ago, Paul can still knock me off my feet. I love the way he seems to make the characters him, if that makes any sense. The accents are performed to perfection. I highly recommend that you give this audio a try because it's really good and I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

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  • Reaper of Dreams: Gods' Dream Trilogy, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By Debra Holland
    • Narrated By Noah Michael Levine
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (31)
    Performance
    (30)
    Story
    (29)

    Can the couple unite the slaves to escape the evil one? "The second book in Holland's The Gods Dream Trilogy lives up to the excellent first volume in the trilogy. A captured prince tortured by an evil god finds his soul mate in an Earth woman badly wounded in body and spirit." (Jacqueline Diamond)

    Edward Millner says: "A Must Read Sequel"
    "Loved It!"
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    Debra Holland is an amazing author. She fascinates me, mesmerizes me, and even inspires me. I've listened to all the Montana Sky audio that's available on Audible and I thought her writing couldn't be any better. But, the day I listened to Sower of Dreams I realized she's a brilliant writer. She's really one of those unique authors that should have a publisher but I realize that not all authors care to be published but she definitely should. Honestly, Debra's Montana Sky stories are really good and I don't care much for that genre but I found myself really enjoying it. The day I listened to Sower of Dreams I realized what a brilliant writer she is. But once you think Debra's writing doesn't get any better it does, as I realized when I listened to Reaper of Dreams, the second book in the God Dream Trilogy series.

    Debra creates one of the most fascinating stories that I've ever found. The world she created, the Gods, and the animals are unlike anything I've ever heard of. The world feels so real and the characters make the story come alive. She creates a world with complex cultures, language, and feuding Gods. I love how Debra also created a wonderful fantasy with a little romance. I guarantee once you listen to Sower of Dreams you will immediately have to find out what happens in Reaper of Dreams.

    Reaper picks up right where Sower of Dreams ends. It's a fantastic addition to the God Dream Trilogy. It's filled with magic, scifii, war, a little romance and so much more. I discovered it's not necessary to re-read/re-listen to Sower before starting Reaper because Debra includes flashbacks of the first story and I found that made it more intriguing. There are some sensitive subjects included but it's not too bad. I'm not going to give the story a way and include spoilers. All I know is this story along with Sower of Dreams is a must! To be honest, this is a very enjoyable audiobook and you would love it if you were to listen to the two stories. Debra did a great job wrapping this story up and she ended it in a good way. She lets you know that there will be a third book maybe sometime in January, yet she doesn't leave those horrific cliffhangers that make you want to throw things.

    Narrator Noah Michael Levine is the perfect voice for these two stories. I find his voice to be seductive and he pulls you in with his seductively smooth voice. Noah's voice is pure perfection and I'm surprised authors like J.R. Ward hasn't grabbed him up. I guarantee his voice would've been perfect for Wards Fallen Angel series because sorry to say but Eric G. Dove doesn't do it for me and I have them all that's available on Audible but I can't listen to him, it's just not good. Noah can speak like a woman in a way that you would never expect a man to be doing the female voices. He truly is a very talented performer and Debra is lucky to have him narrating her audios. If I were here I would get a contract set up and have him do all the audiobooks that she'll put on Audible but I'm not her. I'm sure that she has everything the way she wants them. He brings her story to life and gets the emotions of each character exactly as they would be in the real world. I highly, highly recommend this series. It's a definite must!!

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  • Deviant Behavior

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 4 mins)
    • By Mike Sager
    • Narrated By Paul Heitsch
    Overall
    (1)
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    (1)

    Jonathan Seede is the picture of Washington, DC, respectability, an urban pioneer with a pretty wife, a new baby, and a job at the town’s most esteemed newspaper. But 10 blocks from the White House, on the notorious 14th Street strip, a war is raging over deviant behavior. And Seede is on the front lines, deep into a secret freelance project that’s taking him to places where most people would never dare to go.

    Angela Fitzgerald says: "Fabulous!"
    "Fabulous!"
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    I feel as if I write this so much but this is the first time I've listened to anything by this author. I'm not exactly sure what to think about this story. I find that Paul Heitsch did his job and kept me engrossed.

    Mike Sager added so many characters to this story, a reporter, a gay activist, law enforcers, teenage runaway, a billionaire, pimps, hookers, drug dealer, and so many more characters. The story was good but I thought it had too many characters.

    Jonathon Seede is a respectable man, with a pretty wife, a new baby, and a job at the town's esteemed newspaper company. But a war is raging blocks over from the White House, deviant behavior. Seede finds himself right on the front line by taking on a freelance project and it's taking him to places where most would never dare go.

    I've heard that Mike Sager does a perfect job writing non fiction and even winning awards for his stories. This story is just as good as his other non fiction stories. However, I feel Mike lacks in places. Mike does create some humor and the characters are superb. It's one hell of a page turner if you read.

    I've listened to Paul Heitsch narration of stories before and I really enjoy his narrating skills. I honestly don't think I would've enjoyed this story as much as I did if not for Paul's narration of the story. Paul does an excellent job with his performance of this story. Every time I listen to something that Paul has narrated he takes my breath away. He does a superb job changing accents. He makes you feel as if you're there watching the story unfold. I really enjoy Paul's narrative skills. I highly recommend that you give this story a chance. I think you'll enjoy it as much as I have.

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  • Shadow of Time

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Jen Minkman
    • Narrated By Coco Bell
    Overall
    (9)
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    (9)
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    (9)

    All Hannah needs is a nice and quiet vacation after her first year of teaching French at a high school. She joins her brother Ben for the summer in their mom's log cabin in Arizona. There, she meets Josh again, Ben's childhood friend from the Navajo reservation. The little boy from the rez has grown up fast, and Hannah can't help but feeling more for him than just friendship.

    Angela Fitzgerald says: "Excellent!!"
    "Excellent!!"
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    Wow, another excellent story by author Jen Minkman! I absolutely loved it from beginning to the very end. This story was different than the other stories that Jen has written. She did a superb job at creating this new story. I find Jen's writing to be a work of art. She continues to blow me away and she surprises me with every new story she writes. I felt as if Jen stepped out of her "comfort zone" but she succeeded at writing a wonderful story that I'll definitely listen to again. I'm not going to give anything away with this one. I will tell you that it's a must read/listen to. This was a really wonderful story and brought together in a perfect package because it has all you want in a story. Jen wrote in supernatural creatures, like skinwalkers and supernatural animals, she also included romance, reincarnation, Indian folklore, and even history.

    The narrator Coco Bell did a great job with her performance of this story. It was easy to understand and I was able to distinguish each and every character. I've listened to other stories that Coco has narrated and I can honestly say that her performance improves with every book she narrates. I will be looking for more stories that Coco Bell has narrated.

    Jen Minkman as I mentioned above is an exceptional author. I feel as if she can write anything and make it enjoyable. She's an author that everyone should check out and watch for. She's certainly good enough to have a publisher. I highly recommend that you check out all of Jen's stories. I have and I've given them all five star ratings because I feel she's just that damn good, PERIOD.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Raider's Vendetta

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By Karen Arnpriester
    • Narrated By Michael A. Smith
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (4)
    Performance
    (3)
    Story
    (3)

    Charley knew what God wanted from her. She was willing to trust and obey as she protected the others in the bank. Then He would save her from her captor. There was no way she could have anticipated the rage that would be unleashed in response to her prayers and her faith in God.

    Angela Fitzgerald says: "Superb!"
    "Superb!"
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    This story is filled with everything that you want in a story. However, I did check out some of her books and discovered she wrote a book that goes with this one. But, this story is a standalone and can be read by itself. The name of the other story that goes with this one is called Anessia's Quest incase you might want to read it as well.

    I don't want to give too much away about the story so there's no spoilers and it will be a short review. Honestly, there's a lot about God and Christianity in the story that I don't normally care to listen or read about but this was surprisingly good. I was gifted the audiobook so I listened to it and I'm thankful that I received it and I listened to the story. I did listen, I found it to be extremely enjoyable.

    Raider takes an older woman named Charley as a hostage after he robbed a bank. He just didn't realize that the woman he takes as a hostage is a Christian and all she does is drive him crazy with all her praying. He's determined to show her that God doesn't exist. Raider believes that if there was a God that he'd never would've gone through the things he has dealt with in his life.

    Michael A. Smith does an exceptional job with his narration of the story. I listened to the audio and I didn't have any trouble identifying characters. After Raider takes Charley as a hostage there's not many characters left for Michael to narrate but he still does a superb job with distinguishing the characters voices. I felt the author picked the right person for the story. He really helped me with identifying every character and keeping myself immersed in the story.

    I don't think it matters if you enjoy listening to anything with Christianity or not because it's still a fantasy and it's a well written story that pulls you in. For those that love listening or reading stories about faith then you'll love this story.

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