Home is where the heart is.
Architect Morgan Dane has always lived according to a plan,crossing off her achievements one by one. But when she’s offered her dream job - the restoration of historic Angels Landing Plantation on beautiful Cavanaugh Island - Morgan’s life takes an unexpected turn.
Carpenter Nathaniel Shaw once took a big chance on commitment - and lost. Needing the healing comforts of home, he returns to Haven Creek to join the family business. Nothing in the small town has changed - except for Morgan Dane. The wallflower he knew in high school has grown into a beautiful woman, and she’s suddenly stirring feelings Nate isn’t sure he’s ready for.
Together Nate and Morgan find a happiness neither could have predicted. But when secrets from the past come to light, their budding relationship is threatened. Will they play it safe or risk their hearts to build a life together?
©2013 Rochelle Alers (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
I'm a huge fan of Audible. As a school librarian, I've found that it passes my days and nights.
I couldn't wait until the end. I'm a fan of Alers, but this whole series has left a lot to be desired. The plot was predictable and boring. The narrator did little to empress me. I like the concept of the island but I'm left looking for more.
the writer is excellent and has amazing stories. however listening to this book was the worst. the narrator was so dull and boring as a rock. She did not bring life to the characters they all sounded the same. Great books like what this author writes needs someone that could pull you into the story. This narrator failed miserable.
The narrator. The audio version needs a narrator with better tonality.
As usual, this story was consistent with the authors beautiful gift for writing. She needs to listen to her narrators as Joy Hooper should be off her list
Horrible, squeaky, boring
I have read several of Rochelle Alers book and have started
listening to her Audio books. I started to Cavanaugh Island series and loved the first two, and then came Joy C. Hooper narration. Her voice was very slow paced,she fumbled over words, she mispronounced two words. I couldn't continue to listen but I liked the story I got it in book form I'll read for myself.
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