After nearly a decade of separation, soulmates Jade Conner and Tanner Eastman are together once again - in the most perilous of circumstances.
©2000 Karen Kingsbury; (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
Very much enjoyed Barbara Caruso as a narrator. Empathetic with characters. Even though a person confesses to be a christian doesn't mean that christian can't make a mistake. After all, even Jesus said "He who is without sin cast the first stone" Story shows mistakes and forgiveness through it all. Enjoyed it.
Two thumbs up for a "Moment of Weakness". This audio book is well worth the money spent or credit used. I enjoyed this audio book. The story line is very thought provoking. My only complaint is the narrator; in my opinion, her voice does not fit the characters; also her range of voices is very limited especially for men, in fact her men sound more like women. Even though the narrators voice is very irritating this is still a very good story and worth the time to listen to. In spite of the narrator I still give this book five stars.
Yes. The narration pulled you into the story and made you want to find a way to peak into the future.
The fluxing of her voice.
Absolutely. But at other times I wanted to chew on what I had heard to try to figure out what would happen next.
This was an excellent example of how God's plan comes together. We are the ones who mess up His timing because of our own desires. But, He is so awesome, in that, when He wants to bless us - He does! I love it when He looks beyond my humanity and showers me with His grace and mercy. Amen
Romantic novels are really not my choice. Nevertheless I didn't expect to encounter a steamy bedroom scene in a Christian read. I didn't finish the book because I did not get past this scene. Perhaps it is better for someone who is not so sensitive.
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