Yes, it was a great story with many intertwining storeylines. It was more than just a romance book. It moved me to tears and it had happy moments.
The love of a friend for a friend and a man for a woman and the caring of siblings are all here. It's worth it.The cancer part of the story hit me particularly. I have breast cancer that I am dealing with totally differently than her friend. There are other options other than surgery, chemo and dying. And don't eat sugar if you have cancer.
Quite a few, the book was well written. I hope to read more from this author.
The female lead Christy goes looking for the male lead Kyle after just one day searching for him like a stalker. Later with gunman in the next room they kiss and kiss again. This was all very unrealistic to me. I read a lot of romances have for 40 years but this was too sappy for me. I kept listening hoping it would redeem itself but it didn't.
the characters both male and female primary characters Chrisy and Kyle.
She was fine narrating. I just didn't like the story.
Dissapointment. I have read other SEAL stories much better developed
Yes - it was great - hard to stop listening.
Liked the Seal team members, enjoyed the psychic powers.
Angela Dawe did a great job. I wish the second book Forged in Ash had been narrated by her also.
Looking forward to the rest of the series - wish I didn't have to wait!
yes, but I didn't like the narrator.
storyline was good, liked the healing.
He was very stereotypical in his voices for the characters. That Mac sounds way over gruff and Wolf sounds like a real stereotyped Indian -really awful!
Find a different narrator for the next book please.
The story was great.
I would compare it to The Search also by Nora Roberts, both very well written.
I enjoyed Brody as well as Reese.
It was easy to empathize with Reese, she went through a lot.
It was well narrated also.
Make the romance less crude. I enjoy romance read a lot of it, have really enjoyed some of Nora Roberts other books more than the romance in this one.
I would haave preferred a woman narrator.
yes, it was a good story and very good to listen to
a little romance a little intrigue and good characters
no I spread it out and enjoyed coming back to it
Yes and no. I guess I didn't fully like her for her ineptness, wearing shoes that didn't fit, carrying a monster pack, not having enough money, etc. I did still listen to the whole book. It did express what she felt and the learning that took place in her life from taking this trip. I would have liked to hear a little more about the scenery and what she felt about that also along the trail. I guess we can all be inept during our life and she showed what she dealt with during this time. Parts I enjoyed listening to more than others.
Not as a guide or story about the Pacific Crest Trail, maybe if someone wants to learn about themselves and find a different way to search within themselves for whatever they need to learn.
This is a first. She did a good job.
I guess so.
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