He finally had a family to call his own. She now knew what it meant to risk it all. Together they had a chance to find peace at last.
Eliza Gallagher is tough, resilient, and rides a horse like she was born in the saddle. All necessary qualities for someone who runs a cattle ranch. She had more to avenge than any of them and she was counting on those skills to finally find the justice they all sought - until she realized it could cost her everything and everyone she loved.
Ramsey Hunter finally knew what it was to have a family and what it took to keep that family together. He knew coming back wouldn't be easy, but he never imagined what he would have to risk to keep it.
Eliza got him home; now Ramsey has to do whatever it takes to save her life and help bring peace to Hawk's Peak.
©2013 MK McClintock (P)2014 MK McClintock
Definitely. I loved reading this series but it was a lot of fun to hear the characters come alive. The narrator did such a great job and she has a unique voice suited to this type of story.
In this book I like Eliza. I really like them all but Eliza has spunk and she's a strong heroine who loves her family and would do anything for them.
I don't know that I can remember having a favorite from a performance standpoint but probably Eliza since the narrator is female and so is the lead character but I thought she did a great job all around.
I smiled a lot and there were some teary moments in a few places. That had a little to do with having already read the books before but I don't think the reaction would have been different.
Great book! I look forward to listening to the other two books when they come out on audio.
The third book in this series continues and does not disappoint. I couldn't wait to get into this book to see where the family ended up! So many lose ends had to be tied up. I enjoyed getting to know Elizabeth better, a calming presence with her own baggage. Ramsey turns out to be an amazing man, and fits right into the Gallagher bunch. The bond between Ethan, Gabriel and Ramsey created a wonderful sense of warmth and family keeping their women and children safe together and fighting for the ranch.
This one was narrated by Kathryn Fields. I was a little disappointed that the narrator changed, but she did a good job as well. If you are looking to become part of a family, this series is the one to listen to.
Rabid Listener/Reader and Shopper!
Narration - Kathryn Fields -How I hate to say this, but "BO-K" (which I'm calling something between bad and OK)
I'm so sad...I have been absolutely LOVING this series and I can't really speak to the story because I was too distracted by the narration. The first two books were narrated very well and within the first five minutes, I had to stop and Scowl. Because not only was the narrator changed, but she gave Eliza's character a really whiney voice, Brenna no longer had a Brogue and the emotion of the performance was pretty flat - nearly monotone. So, was the narrator bad? Or am I just not digging the change? Is this yet another instance of "it's not you, it's me?"
Other than that "Giant Elephant in the Room", I loved this series. I will sit here and hope for a re-record, or the next time I listen to this series, I'll read my kindle version of Book 3. :(
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loved it just like i did thr first one. i highly recommend if you like historical romance
I've never read the book, so I can't compare it.
Eliza's story was the best. She isn't your typical female, she is spunky and doesn't take anything from anyone. I loved her.
I would be willing to listen to her, but she was not the best choice to finish the story. It didn't kill the story for me, I just had to get used to her.
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Story was very good, however, the narrator ruined it for me. Her normal speaking tone/voice was fine but, when she changed for each character it was almost unbearable. Her voice changed to a nasal -- at times -- almost a shriek.
Yes, listening makes it possible to read more books and get more things done at home.
I love how all the characters love each other.
No and at the beginning of this book I wasn't sure but the middle and end of the book was stupendus.
Yes I started in the morning and finished at 1 AM did not want to put it down.
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Since this was the last of 3 books in the series, I stuck it out. First 2 books were narrated by Alan Ormond who did a wonderful job. This last book had a different narrator who was awful. She could not do a male voice at all and the women sounded like shrews. Ruined the book for me.
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