Being able to listen to the flow of the story and remembering characters from the previous books
That no matter what your age letting go of your past and being able to see that others have had as rough a life if not worse than you have.
There were several scenes that I enjoyed but the end where friendship shines through the hurtful words was my favorite.
Riding a fine line between envy and hope
Very enjoyable story of young love and belonging!!! Being able to recognize that your feelings based on your past and moving forward a step at a time. Owning up to giving and receiving forgiveness. Honor is earned not just from your name but through your actions.
I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys a good love torn story. I love old west stories especially set in Texas!!
I like Rose's strength and honest conviction! She endured Travis' narrow unrelenting distrust and saw the man he really was and could be. She tried to do good for everyone she came in contact with and to face her fears to rescue and console. She is a lady without all the adornments.
This is the first book I have listened to narrated by Robin Rowan, I enjoyed her portrayal of the characters!
I wouldn't say I had an extreme reaction to the book. There were several instances that made me laugh and some that made me want to slap Travis and tell him to get off his "high horse".
I enjoyed this story of love catching even the most "stubborn" man unaware. That believing and protecting your family blindly may lead to unexpected awakenings. Now I will have to get the next book in the series, as well as print edition!! Great read!!
I like that the Seal team are a band of brothers that puts family first. I guess the thing I liked the least is that maybe there was more sex than story.
It was an enjoyable story, just not enough of the story versus the sex
I haven't read the book myself....I enjoyed J.D. Hart's narration.
Yes, it inspired me to not take anything for granted. No one knows what tomorrow will bring!
I would still buy more books in this series by Sharon Hamilton because I enjoy the military aspects of all my romance books and a portion of the proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior project...I can always skip pages if they are superfluous to me.
I liked the print version better, simply because I am paper phobic!! I envisioned Toby "huskier" and Dylan a little more "feminine"
PTSD is evident in several of the characters and some were able to work through them better than others. Just as in real life, every individual works through their disorders differently.
I don't know that David brought anything to the story that I would miss....since I tend to read and re-read my books, just in case I might have missed something the first couple of times around. David does good narration on the books I've listened to that he has narrated. I just had the characters envisioned differently.
I felt sorry for the actual "terrorist", since he/she should have seen that their thinking was skewed, even if they were just trying to "help"
This is a great series!! Love that so many authors are directing their efforts toward our military and other stress related issues!
I would listen to Rafe and Tayla's story again so I could see what I didn't "hear" the first time I listened to their story. And, to figure if the female sheriff is in another story to come.
I listened to The Rancher, the first book in the Redbourne series. I love the story set in 1876, which, led me to order The Bounty Hunter. The narration is a little monotone but he does a great job of "telling" their stories!
There are several twists and turns before coming to the realization of who the true "bad" man is in the story. There are several moving parts in the book...when Jake is injured and Rafe has to doctor him back to health....Tayla slowly getting her memories back...the twister tearing through town and Rafe finally letting go of his resentment toward Tayla
I haven't read the print version yet....will have to order the books...now that I know I LIKE them!!! Very good read!!
Maybe A Lady of the West by Linda Howard....only because they each have secrets that they think they are protecting the other by keeping it to themselves. The "old" west which I love!! Strong willed women and handsome and equally strong men!!
This is the first one I have listened to.
Charcoal and spitfire tangle
I enjoyed this audiobook tremendously and once again I have found another author that I am going to buy the "paperback" book. Only, because I am a paper addict :)
Haven't read the print version yet...bought the print version because I enjoyed the audio so much....just had to read it for myself!!!
It was very intriguing...did not figure out the true bad guys until near the end. It is humorous
and sexy without going over the top.
I liked all the characters but enjoyed the fact that Jackson got his own book and was able to open up from his character in the Protector. I probably would have given a different accent to Jackson though!!
I try to listen to them in one sitting but after work doesn't lend enough time to sit and listen to it in one sitting. But when I'm gardening and cleaning house I do listen non-stop!!!
I was introduced to audio by Wendy Lindstrom and have enjoyed trying out authors I haven't read yet. I just happened along Marliss Melton and thought I would give her a try. I love the Task Force series and have ordered those books in print....I will continue to read her as well as Wendy Lindstrom!! I am a big fan of "paper" so that says a lot about how well I liked these audio books to order them in print!!
Two fragile souls unit to help save themselves from their demons
I like Ike because he knows he has PTSD issues and slowly comes out of his self imposed isolation to be the man he IS!!
No, this is the first one, but I have ordered the next two in this series!!
I guess you would call it extreme....I'm forever a "paper" person....so I am going to have to order these in paperback!!!
I am enjoying entertaining new authors to me by listening to audiobooks, I have to thank Wendy Lindstrom for introducing me to them!!!
Being able to just sit back, relax and listen to the story unfold
Finding out that not all is what is seems
Willow's "younger years" not being who or what everyone thought she was
Probably Tom.....a Texas thing
This was my first time listening to an audio book and it was an experience. The narration once I got used to it wasn't bad....although any Texan would probably not recognize the accent. On to the story itself....it shows how misconceptions about someone that you think you know aren't all they seem to be....that forgiveness truly comes from the heart and hiding from secrets can only lead to sorrow....or maybe awakening.
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