"Sometimes you spend your life looking for something and find out it's been right in front of you the whole damn time."
The premature death of his dad and a tumultuous childhood has left coal miner Tommy 'Huck" Sawyer hardened to emotion and relationships. Andi Sullivan is the one woman who can break through that tough exterior. But Andi, the twin sister of Tommy's best friend, is destined for better things, away from her harsh father's control and their sooty mining town. It seems everything is against Tommy ever having the one thing his heart wants most.
Andi Sullivan has achieved her life's goal of a successful nursing career in the city, away from her hometown. She's even started dating a doctor. Everything is perfect and dreamy, almost. Something, or someone, is pulling at her heartstrings, pulling her back to Bluefield, the place she was so anxious to leave. When an accident pushes Tommy Sawyer, her troubled childhood friend, back into her life, Andi soon finds herself torn between two worlds and two happy endings.
©2016 Tess Oliver (P)2016 Tess Oliver
That's a yes and a no question for me. If they can get past the nasal voice of Lauren, then yes.
Andi - just because I would want to be her.
I loved Paul Brion's narration - even the girls' voices, so yes, I would listen to another book narrated by Paul Brion. I do not feel the same about Lauren Sweet - her voice was just too nasally for my taste. I found myself cringing when she came on.
Yes, I would have loved to listen in one sitting. But life made that impossible.
This is another great series from Tess Oliver - love all her books!
loved it just as much as book one. Tess Oliver is so talented with her words and descriptions.
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