Jameson and Lizzie's story continues with their beautiful wine country wedding, and the journey to becoming a new family with Charlotte. A final farewell to Nashville and Jameson's singing career nearly topples everything as Lizzie has to weather the long goodbye when Jameson deploys for his first dangerous mission. But there is perhaps greater danger at home for the SEAL families while the men are away.
This story takes place in San Diego and Sonoma County Wine Country, as well as overseas.
©2016 Sharon Hamilton (P)2016 Sharon Hamilton
Audiobook Addict. It's all about the Listen. Mostly Romance, but I do branch out a bit. Reviews are my honest opinions-popular or not.
I didn't realize this was a "part 2" sequel when I requested it, but I didn't feel lost not having listened to "part 1." It was well-written and could be a standalone. I've liked other SEAL books by Sharon Hamilton better, but that's a personal taste issue. This one did have depth and was absolutely creditworthy and entertaining. --There were times I wanted to slap Lizzie and/or Jameson -- BUT, these were isolated incidents, and they were overall very likable characters who you want to root for. I actually enjoyed the personal interactions and the family integration aspects better than the romantic scenes, though those were certainly hot. I loved Charlotte, the SEALs and their wives, the Nashville drama, Thomas troubles, wine country surprises and homeland terrorism. All in all, a great listen.
JD Hart is a natural storyteller with an engaging style and a smooth delivery. Great combo of story and narrator.
I received this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased review.
Yes, but I would listen to book 1 first.
Charlotte, she is just the cutest little girl.
I loved him, he was amazing and when he sings you will want to swoon.
I was gifted this book for my review, I did not see it was book 2 I did enjoy the book but I did always feel like it was missing something. I would recommend this book, but I would start with book 1.
The narrator JD Hart always brings Sharon's books to life when he narrates them but this one is extra special as he sings for us on this
The way he brings it to life and how he sings for us
Nashville SEAL HOT
This is a not to be missed listen for the author. This is one of my favorites of hers and the audio just bumbs it up another level
This book was given in exchange for an unbiased review via audiobook boom. Lizzie and Jameson went through a lot but were finally able to get on the same page and learn to love completely. Their daughter helped matters and kept Jameson strong even when Lizzie went a little crazy. This was a very well written story and the narrator was as hot as the love scenes.
I was provided this audiobook through Audiobook Boom at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.
I put off reading this for a couple weeks after realizing it was Book Two in a series, and attempting to contact the author to gift me Book One, too. I failed -LOL
But even without knowing the characters well, the story was cohesive and well written. The plot was strong enough to support a longer story and allow the listener to see, hear, and feel more, though.
Strong in the HOT content. An very enjoyable listen.
I maybe a little biased, I'm a pushover for Military and SEAL romance stories and I alway enjoy reading Sharon Hamilton's stories they have everything I enjoy, romance, a dab of suspense and a lot of heat. This book is no exception,
I didn't realize that this book was the second in the Lizzie and Jameson story, I don't think it took away from the story, It just makes me want to go back and get the first audiobook.
There was one point in the story where I felt Lizzie was totally out of line when dealing with Jameson, but luckily the angst didn't last too long and thank goodness for her best friend knocking some sense into her!
J.D. Hart, what can I say he always does an awesome job narrating.
This audiobook was given to me to me at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review, thanks, Audiobook Boom!
6 Hours of listening of which the first 2 hours are mostly about honeymoon sex. Yes it is hot but it does leave only two thirds of the book for an actual plot. Of the remaining 4 hours, the action only appears in the last 1 hour. That said, the story is quite good, but as this is the second story featuring Jameson and Lizzie, I think it is a better idea to read/listen to the first book in this series before you listen to this. I have not read/listened to book one and I think that affected the way I enjoyed this book.
There are a number of characters from Sharon Hamilton's earlier books making an appearance in this book. It is always nice to revisit them and experience how these fictitional characters develop and how their community grows and changes.
J. D. Hart has given a commendable performance, bringing to life the characters and their emotions, as well as adding texture to the overall story.
This review copy audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost.
Yes. It was hard to buy into Jameson and his decision to become a SEAL. But the second chance love story was beliveable .
“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
Entertaining and enjoyable. I didn't realize this was the second book in a series when I started it. Although I did not listen to the first book in the series I had no problem following story. It can definitely be read as a stand alone book. I would like to go back and read the first in the series for Lizzie and Jameson's history.
Romance, suspense, drama, heartache, terrorist and a HEA.
There are plenty of hot and steamy scenes so if you don't like sex in you books, move along this is not the book for you.
This story is the continuation of Lizzie and Jameson's story. Their wedding, adjusting to married life, getting ready for Jameson's first Seal mission, a last chance for Jameson in Nashville and a terror attack on their family. For being a shorter book it's packed full. Somewhat predictable in spots.(when Lizzie tries to surprise Jameson)You could see that coming a mile away.
This is the first book by Sharon Hamilton that I have read/listened to. I need to go back and start at the beginning and read all of her books, I've been missing out.
J.D. Hart did a really good job with the narration. Great voice. Love the singing. Really good character voices. Clearly spoken. Nice even pace. Overall very enjoyable.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher.
This is my first Sharon Hamilton book, and I was pleasantly surprised with it. I love Navy SEALS books, and this one definitely caught my eye because of it's connection to Nashville and music. While I saw that it could be read as a stand alone, it would have been better to have read the first book of this series for a little background, though it wasn't hard to follow the storyline. I loved getting to know Jameson and Lizzie(and Charlotte, the little cutie). This story gave us a lot to go through..the happiness of the wedding, the emotions of being both in the music business, dealing with jealousy and with being apart, leaving for deployment and the dangers that go with the missions and the return..well, you will have to read the book to see the exciting ending. Lots of suspense!
J.D. Hart was the narrator of the book, love his voice and really enjoyed his singing throughout the book! It was a lot of fun!
--I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review
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