Award-winning and best-selling author Beverly Jenkins delivers another satisfying and deeply emotional historical romance set during the Revolutionary War. Jenkins continues to win readers with her adventurous tales - where love and high stakes go hand in hand.
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In love & married for 23 years. Escaping with my audible reads makes my days happy. So glad my hubby found audible for me.
Read this book and loved it. Kevin Free did a fair job as narrator but I must admit I love Thomas Penny as the narrator of Ms Jenkins books. As I have read every book Ms Jenkins has written and then listen to them as they become available on Audible I know the women to be strong independent minded women. Mr Free's narration in female voices sound weak and meek. Great job Ms Jenkins well written!
If you like listening to stories on the radio, you will like this.
I love the role the main characters play. The way they love and their will power. How their love made them strong.
I love the main characters.
I love Beverly Jenkins books. I have read all her books. I love the characters and the history story line.
In love with love...
Beverly Jenkins is a master at historical romance and Night Hawk doesn't disappoint. The story and each character is fully developed and the twists and turns of the plot will have you laughing and gasping!
This is first I have heard of this book, however I enjoy the authors work so much.
The Preacher of course!
He was the worst narrator I have ever heard. The book would have been much better with different narrator, he made the women all sound the same.
This was a thoroughly enjoyable read. Not predictable. Strong characters and ensemble cast. While I am not necessarily a western reader, I loved this story and recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good book. The narration was superb.
The story was great, despite the narrator's male voice trying to do female characters... sounded unnatural and tranny-ish.
I enjoyed the story overall and liked the heroine very much - it gave very good information about the West and details about the plight of Natives and Blacks during the time period after Reconstruction (better than the South).
The heroine's escape from the Preacher! :)
The performance could have been better - I didn't care for Ian's voice and some of the minor characters.
Life Beyond the Pain.
I think I would have enjoyed it more with a different narrator.
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