Reporter Dana Nichols has come home to Mississippi, determined to uncover the truth behind the tragedy of her parents’ long-ago murder-suicide and clear her family name once and for all. The last thing she expected was an instant attraction to handsome, dedicated doctor Tyler Cole - or that her investigation would cause someone to try to destroy Tyler’s career and reputation. Now, as they search the past for answers, they must walk a dangerous line between trust and uncertainty that will put their future love at stake.
©2013 Rochelle Alers (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
"Homecoming is the latest in Ms. Alers’ Hideaway series, and boy, what an intense installment it’s proven to be!" (RT Book Reviews)
never let go!
tyler, you got to love a man that protects his woman !
i did listen to this in one sitting i cleaned my whole house! i had to find out who was the killer and why
This book was pretty good, however, the ending was not that great. It almost seemed as though Rochelle got tired of writing and decided to end the book abruptly. The epilogue told the background, but I would have liked to hear the ending unfold.
What I thoroughly enjoyed were the sound effects throughout the book. They made to story a whole lot more interesting.
Although the introduction says that Taylor Cole is a Beta, I see him as a quiet yet strong alpha male who isn't afraid to take care of what is his!
Taylor Cole is a quiet sole, but if you mess with what he considers his, there will be hell to pay. I loved Tyler Cole's character because he didn't allow monetary wealth to define who he is. His unselfish caring and dedication to the town's people made me wish I had my own personal Tyler Cole.
The narrator did an amazing job (to include sound affects. I laughed when he realized that he made mistake , and kept reading. Additionally the special effects (storm sounds) were so real that I stopped the recording three times before I realized that it sounds were coming from the story lol. Great job.
Yes, I do enjoy Rochelle's books and own a few hard copies. I have two audio books that Cary has read and i enjoyed both.
There were just SOOOOOOOOOOOO many words and descriptions, it was over kill. I can understand painting the picture and making sure the reader has a good visual but man in this book they just kept going round and round.
I loved his voice. He was great.
The lawyers because they didnt help. His family in mexico, they didnt help. He was a good uncle, but what was the point of the visit there? The story line when she went to work for the newspaper. She could have uncovered the same info on her own, in fact she did. Her nosy neighbor. If she was so nosy then why not let her start up the rumors or do something other than just ask if she was sick.
I was just disappointed. Tyler seemed like he had anger issues and was very controlling. At the age of 41 you married a woman you had only know for 1/2 a month? There wasnt enough romancing to believe they feel in love at first sight. After all that time of not trusting a man she just up and married him. The romance part flew, while the crime wasnt really dug into enough and Tyler's medical went too deep. Let's not even talk about the tornado.
The book started very slow then peaked as fast as a kid grows up on a soap opera. I never got to truly know the characters and then it was over. Cary Hite (who is usually pretty good) sounds unrehearsed and you can actualy hear him correct himself on the recording. The female voices are horid.
Like both author and narrator but in this case not so good. May have been better having different narrator to read for female parts Cary came across very cheesy, and unbelievable. Just couldn't get into lead female character partly due the reading rest to writing for character.
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