©2002 Dee Henderson; (P)2006 Recorded Books
I enjoy reading a book that involves romance some mystery, but doesn't use vulgar language and graphic imaging to get the point across.
I think the books in this series remind us that there are those among us who sacrifice much so we can move through our day without worrying when we put our children on the school bus or take them to a mall. Without people like those portrayed in this series of books, that probably wouldn't happen. Ms. Henderson creates characters that intrigue us enough to want to get to know them and that encourages us to look forward to reading the next book in the series.
Is the book the best book I have ever read...no, but it is interesting and I feel good as I read it and when I finish it.
Perseverance, Bravery, Strength
Grace; You expect the three words above when describing a man in the military not a female. It was a great story outlining how difficult it must be for women in the armed forces. Change is necessary but rarely easy. Grace's character shows women can do the job as well as men but also the balance necessary to have a personal life.
He really brings the story to life.
This is part of a trilogy of romance novels usually involving the military. It was a nice listen and didn't require a lot of concentration. Not serious literature but very entertaining.
Having faith in God in dire situations.
You became so involved in all the characters personalities.
I would have to say Bruce.
Yes, but you wanted to contemplate about what you read. The story has a lot of depth to it.
It needs another book to tie the ending up in a better way.
The first book in the series was great! This story was hard for me to follow. Maybe if I was reading the book, rather than listening to the audio version, it would have been easier to look back and figure out who was who: there was a cousin or was it a brother, or a cousin who was as close as a brother... there was a character who went by a nickname some of the time, his real name in other parts of the story. Maybe I was in a distracted mood, but I had a hard time staying interested.
I would like to continue in the same series, but I am a bit reluctant.
I had a very hard time figuring out which character was which. I am not sure if that was the fault of Tom Stechschulte.
No. This book in the series was not as interesting as the previous one. I hope that the next on is as good as the first one was otherwise I may not be getting any more in this series. Really had to force myself to keep listening to this one.
Probably another Dee Henderson book, but not necessarily in this series.
Think twice about getting the next one in the series.
I enjoy the author and have read a number of her books.
Helps me understand what those in the military experience and go through for our freedom.
I did not care for his narration. He did not change his voice enough when he was reading diffferent characters responses.
No, not as much as other books she wrote.
I like Dee's style but this one didn't reach. I like Tom Stechschulte for a Narrator. Her other books had more promise. I especially liked the O'Malley family.
Not quite as good as the first one in the series, but almost. The narrator is even more anoying in this one than the last. Not only does he pronounc "sure" as "shore" for every character, but one of the main characters is called "Wolf", which the narrator prounounces "Woof" every time. There are 2 male and 2 female main charaters. Unfortunatly this narrator has only one male voice and one female voice, making it difficult to tell the characters apart frequently.
Despite his shortcomings, the book was very good.
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