Mike Cavanaugh was a firefighter; it was his job to rescue people. Though inviting them home wasn't usually part of the job description. But when he pulled Christine Palmer out of her burning house, something about the gutsy single mom made him want to protect her, to make her life a little better.
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Probably in the future.
Therese Plummer is awesome. She has the power to take a 3 star story to a 5 star Novel.
I purchase this book with some apprehension after reading the reviews. I'm glad I did, good story.
I was excited to see another Robyn Carr story but this was too unbelievable to even fantasize that it could be real. On top of that it was actually predictable. Very disappointing.
Therese Plummer is an excellent narrator. Her narrating is the best part of the book.
This was very much a disappointment for me. I have always really enjoyed RC's books, have read and listened to all that Audible offers and this is the first that, in my opinion, had virtually no substance. The character development was weak, with the exception of Aunt Flo who wasn't even the star of the show, oh yeah and Cheeks (the dog) and Kary (Chris' daughter). I thought their meager parts and descriptions were much more entertaining and grabbed my attention and heart more so than the two main characters.
As always Therese Plummer did a wonderful job and am happy to hear that she is still narrating Robyn Carr's audiobooks; she was the only saving grace in this otherwise drab story.
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I am not sure the book was a rag to riches tail. Lacking.
Awesome, great, except kids her voice is too old for children character.
Why do the children character voice always appears older than child is or to young for child. It doesn't appear in any of Robyn book the child is really three, because they sound more like 8 or nine.
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