Where there's smoke, there's fire.
Marshal has it bad, but can he figure it out before he ruins his relationship with his best friend, or will he mess up the one good thing in his life.
Zander doesn't know if he's coming or going. Life at Wild Bluff has been easy up until now. His head is spinning and his heart is aching. Can he figure out Marshal's mess before it puts them both in hot water?
Grant Stovall is in too deep. Should he turn to or away from Roger Burk? If only the answers were easy, and he could be sure. Craig is back in town, ready to serve a burn notice, destroying everything the men of Wild Bluff hold dear.
Colorado Fire is the second book of the Colorado Heart series.
©2013 Sara York (P)2014 Sara York
The author writes for men like they think and speak like women. She also gives more information than is needed and it strips the imagination of the reader. The performance was very distracting. While the actor has a great natural voice, his character voices sound like puny, old men. This is at odds with the descriptions and actions of the men in the story. Pass on this one.
I thought this story was interesting, lots of twists and turns. However I couldn't listen to this narrator. He made the men sound like dim witted red necks. The narrator was distracting and I had to stop listening.
The narrator made the characters sound like idiots. These are supposed to be assassins who were mostly former military and they sounded like redneck morons. I didn't like the narrator at all.
Better dialog & less porny / unrealistic sex scenes. The characters were not very believable to me at all. I had a very difficult time believing they were hardcore former military turned assassins.
I'm fairly new to audio books so don't know many narrator names. Iggy Toma has a very pleasant voice. Patrick Lawlor does well with romantic suspense.
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