The narrator was, as always, wonderful. The story was just what you would think from Robyn Carr and this series. A great escape to a place that would be wonderful to live. Anxious for the next title, wonder if it will be Patrick Riordan's story, maybe with someone's sister? Oh how I love that town and the wonderful sensitive men and wonderful confident women.
I thought this was a sweet story. It was nice to go back to the characters that were so wonderful in the earlier books. I missed hearing their familiar voices through Anna Fields but thought Shannon Cochran did a very nice job. Narrators like Anna Fields are hard to come by, she was one of the greats. Although, as some other reviewers wrote, the story line was familiar it was still a good story. The right balance of humor and romance. It made me want to listen to the other titles again.
I really enjoyed this one, even more than Caine's Reckoning. The narrator did a great job, his low sultry voice added even more enjoyment. I thought he did Bella's voice very well, it couldn't have been easy since he has such a naturally deep voice. The story behind the romance was very well done. I can't wait until Tucker's Claim is available in audio. I hope Jason Adams narrates that one too. I'm anxious to see how the author handles the rest of the story.
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