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The narrator has a real southern drawl for his Montana cowboy character and for most of the narration but puts on a good female voice for the main female character. This book is a combination thriller/mystery and Christian novel. Lizzie O'Malley is a forensic MD who uses her skills to solve murders. Quinn is the Christian cowboy who comes into her life and psychoanalyzes her and works hard to make her become a believer like him and all of the other members of her family. Will she or won't she? That's part of the suspense of the novel. Overall, the book is enjoyable. I may download another one of her books in the future.
Love this book; love all of Dee Henderson's books so far. You got to check them out if you haven't. The characters are wonderfully developed. The O'Mally family is great... you'll want to be a part of their clan! You'll love the story line, too. The narrator could be a bit better, but he still does a good job. I'm going to get the whole series. Great message theme runs throughout the story line.
Aussie irish decent ..little offf the wall at times Really enjoy reading and talking about what I have read...I share my sie wiht other friends so not all the picks are mine...
The whole series is fantastic...The Negotiator, The Guardian, The Truth Seeker,
The protector, The Healer and finally The Rescuer....enjoyable, easily read and full of
love and inspiration... YOu will enjoy this series...
Hats off to Dee Henderson...wish she had more books written about this family...
Dee Henderson's O'Malley series gives a view into a family dedicated to one another though not family by blood. I love the sense of committment the family has to each other and the mysteries that unfold within the series.
What more can I say, every one of these novels is well rounded and have enjoyable characters. I like this series.
Relationships with action; I couldn't wait for the next part or book to continue the story.
The author seemed to have written this at a particularly dark time--compared to the first two books in the series. I'm almost finished, but not sure I want to read any more because of the repeated images of helpless pets burned alive and kicked to death. Further, the main character, Lisa, has become less and less sympathetic to me as she, a brilliant physician?, continues to make blatantly unwise decisions with predictably negative outcomes.
I'm not sure if I will read any more of Dee Henderson's books. I planned to read this whole series and maybe more of her writing, but I'm not sure now. I will definitely take a closer look at the reviews first.
The narrator does a good job of capturing the characters.
I liked Quinn and felt he deserved to be treated better by Lisa. I wasn't really rooting for her to win him; although the reader could understand why it might be harder for Quinn to win her over as she knew that she was the fourth--and last--sister he dated. That seemed to me a very unrealistic story line that no one could really feel good about.
This just seemed so off-track from the first two books, almost as though it could have been written by someone else.
I have listened to it twice and still enjoy it. Dee Henderson has become one of my favorite authors. And Tom Stechschulte is one.of my absolute favorite narrators! The message is clear about the love of God and the resurrection of His son.
Didn't rate this as well as some of the others in this series because it felt like it dragged on a little more than it could have and also lacked some of the intensity of others.
It's hard to find a good, Christian romance novel. Thank goodness for Dee Henderson! Love this series, love the narrator! This is the second time I've listened to the story & the second time around was just as good as the first! Worth the credit.
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