Ten years ago, their relationship was a scandal.... Now it's forever.
Listeners who loved Reid and Kate in Marking Time wanted their happy ending. Here it is....
The story left unfinished at the end of Marking Time picks up 10 years later when Kate Harrington goes after the man she left behind when she set out to chase her dream of music superstardom. Now she has everything she ever wanted, except for the man she can't live without.
What will Reid say when she shows up unannounced in St. Kitts, looking to reclaim their lost love? And what will Jack, Kate's father, have to say when he hears she's gone back to her first love, a man Jack once considered a friend? And what do you think will happen when Jill Harrington, Kate's sister, attorney, and manager, faces off with Ashton Matthews, Reid's son, the same man who made life miserable for Kate many years ago?
The sparks will fly when the Harrington, Matthews, and O'Malley families gather in Nashville for a Christmas none of them will ever forget!
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Usually I enjoy this narrator, however this is book is not her best piece of work. The story was good but it would have been more enjoyable with better narration.
I liked the relationships.
I like Jill and Kate equally
I thought she was too soft at the beginning of the series but came to really appreciate the way she brought the individual characters to life. Why did they put another reader in at the end. NOT a good direction. Ruined the end for me. :-(
No I enjoyed the pace and it filled great time on my drive to and from work.
The wisdom is reaching far beyond what we see. Delight in the journey
If you can't come up with a good plot, a believable storyline, or even an interesting story; write a lot of sex scenes. I really liked the first book in this series, and the Second, "Marking Time" was quite good also; so I had high hopes when I began listening to this selection. Well it didn't take me long to lose those and lament this purchase. The initial 70 to 80 percent of the audio consisted of bland, mediocre very vanilla hetero erotica, the lead up to said erotica or afterplay dialogue that didn't work. If I want erotica they're many better options available on Audible; it's not why I purchase Marie Force; at least this oh so weak sequel led to the author to begin her excellent Green Mountain series. The highlight of this book was the inclusion of Jill and Kate's younger sister Maggie; I'd love to "read" a work featuring her. Well that is if the author uses the creativity that has made her such an excellent romance author; if she's just gonna phone it in the way she did with this one; don't bother.
The entire series was very interesting Could had use less of God 's name in vain.
I was on pins & needles the way the author gave a hint the something might happen to Reed but it didn't. So glad nothing happened to Reed.
Kate & Reed -- Buddy & Taylor -- Clare & Adden
I thought she was great but a different narrator in chapter 16 was a turn off
Yes! I have read the 4 book series one after
Every time I feel blue I reread the series.
I'm listening to the series for the 5th time.
I am looking for a 5th book that will include the birth of Kate & Reed's baby and more about Jill and Ashton and more about Reed's House.
I really enjoyed listening to this series. I specially liked Holly Fielding's voice and performance. There was one chapter which was narrated by someone else which really took away from the enjoyment and caused me to consider not listening to the rest of the book. Maybe if I had started with the particular narrator, I would have enjoyed her, but All of the sudden in the middle of the book, it was very distracting.
I enjoyed it as a drive-to-work book
It was a good fourth book to the treading water series. I enjoyed the completion of Kate's story.
I enjoyed the narration, but about 3/4 through the book there appeared to be a sudden switch of narrators. or at least that is what I thought.
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