Ex-marine and former combat trainer Trent Reed has been shot and placed in war zones behind enemy lines for most of his Marine Corp career. But when his best friend, Logan, calls in a favor, he is faced with one of the hardest decisions of his life - to be or not to be the best man in his wedding.
His turbulent past with races other than his own have him at odds with Logan's new African American fiancée, Katie. When Trent accepts the position against his better judgment, it's done with a heavy heart and the understanding that his friend is soon to be out of his life - for good.
Teal Lofton is finally warming up to Logan, her best friend's fiancé and an ex-convict. As maid of honor in Katie's wedding, she will have to put up with budget issues, mind-numbing tasks, juggling the bride's secret pregnancy, and, worst of all, dealing with Logan's jerk of a best friend and best man.
When shit hits the fan during the groom's dinner and Trent disappears with the wedding rings in tow, Teal flips her lid and chases after him into the worst snowstorm of the decade. A serious accident sets Trent and Teal on an inevitable course of self-discovery and passion like they've never experienced before.
©2015 Inger Iversen (P)2015 Inger Iversen
I have repeatedly. It's fluid, funny and hot! Inger pulled this off well. The only problem is being ghetto does not require young ladies to say the F word (or any other foul language) repeatedly. It didn't t fit the fluidity of the story.
Trent. Quiana has come a long way in her narration. She makes Trent so believable and hot you totally forget he s not real. He's funny too.
In the cabin when Teal gives him a hard time.
Yes and did. Over and over.
When I first heard Quiana Goldrum in A Heart Not Easily Broken, I said I would never listen to anything she narrated, but I really wanted this after Incarcerated. I m glad I did! She has grown so much. She pays attention to punctuation/pause time. Also, everyone isn t always skipping through daisies. She creates a character and really tries to stick with it. Each character has a different voice. Little advice: she should focus on NO MORE than four characters for distinguished voices.
Traveling therapist listening to AUDIBLE books while driving to far areas. Also host/produce radio show on KGLP 91.7 on staying positive!!
More audible versions please!!!!! LOVE the stories and situations the women find themselves.. I have enjoyed the books now i'm in love & very loyal the any and ALL audio versions.. Can wait for the next book in this series... Applause, applause for these great stories of bwwm....
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I was GRACIOUSLY provided this audiobook at no charge by the author so I wouldn't have to skip a book in the series after receiving "Indelible" in exchange for an unbiased review.
First I want to say that I disagree with the negative reviews of Quiana Goodrum's male narration. I found her interpretation for Trent's accent to be eerily similar to a small coastal southern town in which I lived. I felt drawn to Trent from the beginning by his soft-spoken, slow & patient voice.
I'm still riding the high from the story as I just finished it an hour ago. The tale spun was delectable and I ate up every piece. Things have to happen fast in a 6 hour book so my most common complaint is disbelief in how fast they fall for one another. I get over it, though. There was the topic of PTSD that I thought would play some role but it wasn't mentioned as the book progressed. Maybe I'll see it rise it's ugly head in the next installment. One other point kept niggling me. Trent's concern over Harper's consent to see his son. As Marcus is now 20-21 years old, Harper's opinion isn't important. From the start, Trent talked as if his son was younger.
The book made me laugh, made my heart pound, made me "hot" and completely entertained me. I'm starting on "Indelible: Beneath his Ink" tonight!
TWO HAPPY THUMBS UP!
Always loved reading, now I love audio books because I can listen to my favorite books on the go!
This was my first book from this author. Even though I had issues with parts of the story it was still OK. I liked the narrator for the female parts. I think she did a good job with those. The male parts were horrible especially that accent. I had to take a star off for that because it was just that bad. I don't know if I would recommend this audio book. If you are curious about this story, I think you should read it. I would give this narrator another chance as long as the book is not set in the south.
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I enjoyed this story and came away with good feelings for future stories from this author. The. characters and storyline were very well written and flowed smoothly. Once I got past the "twang" in the Narration of the H and the "hood" persona of the h, the story came together. Overall, it's a sweet and touching read that proves Love conquers all.
OMG Fire this narrator TODAY!!!! I prefer the hard copy because this narrator is so irritating with her "southern" accent!! OMG she ruined this one for me! Didn't make it past Chapter 3!
No. I preferred reading it on my own.mthe narration was not very good.
It is a unique and interesting story. I was intrigued to see how this author could possibly soften such a hard male lead.
The accents were not very good, and the narration detracted from my overall enjoyment of this book.
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review. I can see how this book had great potential, but between underdeveloped characters and story-lines, and sub-par narration, this audiobook had a difficult time holding my attention. The writing didn't flow smoothly and seemed to be rushed in some areas, like how the main characters hated each other, and then all of a sudden were so attracted that they couldn't keep their hands off each other. The narrator had a high pitched voice for some characters that was very annoying and then the portrait of the male characters was equally annoying to the point of distraction. Overall, I think the story has potential, and the narration might have helped if performed by another narrator, but instead it hurt the story's flow.
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