I think Charlie David did a great job at telling the story. It made listening to this amazing story that much more enjoyable.
I would say Hank is my favorite character because although he's portrayed as a big tough logger in the beginning of the story, we get to see a softer side to him.
Yes, I've listened to Hot Head and compared to that Charlie David did another great job bringing a story to life.
Pretty much all the tender moments between Hank and Scott. It showed that they truly care about each other.
I would say that it's in my "Top 5" list of audiobooks I've listened to.
I don't think I could compare it to other books because this differs too much from everything else I listen to. I would only be able to compare it to another Josh Lanyon book but that wouldn't work out well either since they're all so different.
There are a lot of good scenes so it's hard to choose from. I would say one of my favorite scenes is when Christopher was in the hospital and the doctor asks if Christopher is allergic to any medicines and he says "I'm allergic to cantaloupe.........and probably honeydew too." The randomness of that statement made me laugh.
I absolutely will next time.
I'm eagerly waiting for "The Boy With the Painful Tattoo" to be released because this series has me hooked!!
I would definitely listen again for the story. I'm a huge fan of this series but would liked to have heard Paul Morey read this installment.
How strong the attraction between Sam and Jory is.
I would consider it but I doubt it.
There were quite a few moments where I laughed out loud and other moments where I gasped out loud. Mary Calmes is a very good writer who pulls you in to her stories.
I hope for the next book in the series we see Paul Morey narrating again.
I can honestly say that Hot Head is one of my favorite audiobooks! I plan on listening to it again.
I've listened to Falling and I have to say that he does a great job at bringing characters to life.
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