Bombs, Hospitals, & Recon-Team
the ones in the earlier series and because they preceded this one.
Oh and a book called "Fair Game" is similar but only because the main character used to be an FBI agent and deals with a serial killer and it is an m/m romance/suspense book.
So so. I like the guy who did the first two books better.
I wouldn't.. well it could be called Bombs and Trauma.
I really want them to make the fifth book, "Armed & Dangerous" and "Stars & Stripes" into audio books and soon!!
I really like Mary Calmes. As for the narrator, I liked his Sam voice but I REALLY DIDN'T like his Jory voice. = (
I liked getting to see Sam and Jory together again.
Change the Jory voice.
I am really going to miss Sam and Jory. Although, I must say, I liked Jory's personality better in the previous books.
I did not read the print form of this book. I am hoping that they will make books 3 and 4 into audiobooks as well.
NOOOO!!!! How could they end it that way?!?! The injustice of it all!! I want to cry and scream in frustration!!
My favourite character as performed by Paul Morey was: Jory.
I would take Jory out to dinner because I think he would be absolutely delightful and we could have fun dancing afterwards.
I would say that yes, the majority of the time I spent listening to this book was worth it. Why? Because it had a good blend of a strong male who wasn't DOMineering.
That Mark saved his sorry ex. The least interesting were some of the accents.
I enjoy accents, just not this one...it was like I enjoyed some of the accent but then there were times when I was just like 'uh no'.
Reminded me that I need to make sure I KNOW who I am dealing with.
If it was:
B. Kiera had had a spine and brain
C. If it didn't exist at all
The stupid, weak, blushing, sobbing, weak, indecisive and overall infuriating heroine.
Don't read, unless you like weak and annoying heroines that make you want to throttle them...so basically read if you like 50 Shades of Grey without all of the intense sex scenes.
Touching, enthralling, and deep?
Lucas, because of how he acted during and in response to the incident involving Jacqueline.
“Not. Your. Fault."
I nodded again, holding onto his words like they were redemption.”
One of the best books I've ever read!!
The issues that both Echo and Noah had to get past.
Heart warming moments
Not knowing isn't always best, especially when comes back to bite you in the ass.
I really didn't like the characters names but otherwise it was an awesome story!!
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