Yes, first of all it is a Nora Roberts story, and the third of her Boobesboro Trilogy. I enjoyed Ryder's personality.
I was very moved by the soliloquy of that one day at Antietam. Ryder was dreaming it but the narration and the words made you feel like you were there. Amazing.
He has an excellent range. It's more exciting to listen to the words, and his inflections.
Small town, three brothers, ghost.
I had read this novel a couple years ago, and immediately became a Pamela Claire fan. When I heard this was out in audio, I grabbed it. It is spine chilling, romantic and sweet and I couldn't turn it off, even though I had already read the story!
The growth of the relationship between Kara and Reese. It wasn't a meet and jump in bed kind of thing, although Kara and Margaritas made it close. Also the immediate acceptance of Kara's son by Reese.
Kaleo Griffith totally brought this story to life! I could listen to him read just about anything. Looking forward to listening to the next I-Team book!
I laughed, and felt heart racing fear, at different times. Loved the romance.
Recommend this series, and applaud Kaleo Griffith on his performance.
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