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  • Night Watch

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Suzanne Brockmann
    • Narrated By Gayle Hendrix
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (246)
    Performance
    (174)
    Story
    (176)

    When U.S. Navy SEAL chief Wes Skelly was sent to L.A. on assignment, he agreed to go on a blind date with beautiful single mother Brittany Evans, sister-in-law of a fellow SEAL. After all, he had been secretly in love for years, albeit with a woman who belonged to another man. So what did he have to lose?

    S. Schmidt says: "Great book if you enjoy the Seals series -loved it"
    "Believable characters"
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    Story
    Would you listen to Night Watch again? Why?

    I've read the book umpteen times and love the story. Now I can listen to the characters. The plot line is believable, especially in this day and age of crazy people. Wes Skelly, the conflicted Navy Seal, has a compelling back story. Britney Evans, the ER RN and mother of an adopted son is pretty determined to not get involved. There are twists and turns and sub-plots as they travel their different ways but manage to end up realizing the same thing is important to both of them.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Night Watch?

    When Wes realizes Britney is in serious trouble and he races to get to her. Then she is the one to save him from the crazy fan/stalker.


    What about Gayle Hendrix’s performance did you like?

    She does a pretty good job of vocalizing differently for each character. I've listened to books where you have to read the paper edition to figure out who is saying what; e.g. the men all sound the same as do the women.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    When Wes finally opened up about the death of his younger brother.


    Any additional comments?

    Good book. Get it!

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