New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of science fiction and paranormal romance brings another action, adventure, and suspense-filled story to transport listeners out of this world. Gracie Jones was little more than a child when Earth was invaded by an alien species. Escaping into the subway tunnels of New York City, she hid in fear of being captured. Discovered by four men who became her protectors, she fought alongside them, and they became known as the Freedom Five. At 17, she made a decision that turned the tide in the war between Earth and the Alluthans, but in exchange, she gave up all that she knew. Kordon Jefe is a Zion Warrior and the commanding officer in charge of the Confederation of Planets' military. When an unknown species begins attacking some of their outer settlements, he is assigned to discover who they are and stop them - at any cost. Gracie finds herself stranded millions of light years and hundreds of years in the future in a distant galaxy on an undeveloped moon. When an old enemy threatens once more, she does not hesitate to use her knowledge to try to stop them once again. Only this time, it is not just Earth she will be saving, but the Confederation itself. When their two worlds are thrown together, Kordon is unsure what to do with the strange, delicate creature who fights and behaves unlike anyone he has ever encountered before. One thing he does know - he plans to keep her.
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Over 60 years old. Still working in the same company for 42 years. Love listening to books.
YES, BECAUSE IF HAS EVERYTHING. LOVE, HOPE, SADNESS, MORE LOVE, MORE HOPE - A LITTLE MORE SADNESS. HAPPY ENDING. LOVED IT!
TOO MANY TO PICK JUST ONE. I LOVED HOW SHE KNEW WHAT SHE HAD TO DO AND SHE DID IT. ALWAYS HELPING TO SAVE OTHERS.
YES AND DAVID IS THE BEST! LOVE HIM TO PIECES!
YES AND I BASICALLY DID.
JUST FOR SUSAN TO CONTINUE WRITING THEM AND DAVID CONTINUE TELLING THEM.
I thought this book was great. It is so much more than a wham bam thank you alien man novel. There is drama, action, romance; honestly a really good listen. I had a few minor problems with the story which kept it from five stars. Specifically, and admittedly this is a pet peeve of mine, I found that Gracie was willing to jump into bed just a little too fast for someone who is grieving. I just find it hard to believe that you can switch emotions so easily. I also struggle when writers write sex scenes where someone is talking dirty and says something like...you're going to be so sexy once you're pregnant with my baby. Pregnancy is a lot of things: magical, incredible, awe-inspiring...but sexy??? And this scene, in particular, just really harped on it. I like the "I want you to have my baby" talk better during sweet times, not sexy times. These were really small things, though. Otherwise, this book was so much fun to listen to.
In regards to narration, I cannot say enough good about David Brenin. I've listened to several books he has narrated and he is always amazing. You will truly immerse yourself in the story forgetting someone is reading it to you. He absolutely earns his 5 stars.
Gracie's touch is about survival,love. Forgiveness,hope and if all false fight for what you believe in. Gracie was part for freed five which was made of a group of men and her trying to srive and give hope to the people on earth, as it was beening under attacks by alliens. Grace has made a choice to sacrifice her life in order to save millions. This is Gracies touch story. So worth a credit. The narration was excellent and I don't say that often.
My name is Irene and I'm a lifelong bookaholic. A few years ago, I started adding audiobooks and I'm so happy I joined Audible in 2015 :-))
Fluffy action romance with "strong " male & female lead characters. No wimps, but definite weasel-y & nefarious characters. Thank G, no Too Stupid To Live characters. Brenin has a pleasant voice and does a good job with characters & emotion. He's on my + narrator list.
"Gracie definitely touched me"
S E Smith has done it again. Another well thought out storyline that grabs you, and makes you want to know what happens next. I like David Brenin as the narrator, especially as he doesn't try to put on accents, but tells the story, with, what I think, is a voice that makes you want to listen for hours. This book didn't appear on the U.K. website right away, but when I got in touch with S E Smith about it, she and her team worked hard to find out what the problem was and rectified it. I really enjoyed listening to this book and am waiting patiently for the next.
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