slow start to this book but after the first couple of chapters I really got into the story. my only really big complaint was the narrators lack of in..Show More »flection during the story. I'm still glad I read/listened though.
I liked this book much better than the first. I just loved Ryan and Tara/Jamie, but I did think it took a long time for her to tell Ryan about her ins..Show More »ane ex-husband. He was a sheriff, for goodness sake. Tara was a little slow on the up-take but at least she wasn’t portrayed as stupid as Meg was in It Had To Be Him. As it turned out Tara didn’t have a TSTL moment, or hour.
And it was nice that Meg, Josh, Eric, Casey, Ben, Grandma and Zeke showed up here and there during the book. They are all such a great family.
This was a great story about Tara’s ex nearly killing her then he was sent to an insane asylum and she went into hiding because of fear he would pay someone to hurt Tara. It all worked out better than OK in the end. It was a very good story and I will definitely move on to the next one.
There was explicit sex in this book and swearing too. There was a ton of desire, which made the book even better. NO F-bombs
As to the narrator: Again, Ms. Rudd was awesome with her men’s voices and her emotions while reading. She laughed, she cried, she whispered with barely a breath when Ryan’s lungs were full of dust from the mine, she did it all. Wonderful narration.
You can't beat this or Ms. Baumann's other books in this series when they're all Free Read, Free Listen. Nothin' better than FREE.
This is wonderfully narrated! I absolutely love Tamra's books, I usually do a listen and read through kindle unlimited, but she had a wonderful cause ..Show More »going with donating her proceeds to a cancer foundation I purchased this set. This is a contemporary romance, with real struggles of a new relationship when both parties have their own issues that need to be worked out. Casey is a single mother of two boys in middle of a custody battle with her ex husband. Her past few relationships have not been kind to her, and she isn't trusting very easily of men theses days. Zane has his own secrets, then he is sent off to hind for eight weeks while his brother is suppose to be getting the help he needs. Casey and Zane find their way to each other, but can their love survive the road ahead... it's a must read and listen to book! Add it to your library today, because you'll want to listen to it again!!
I read all four books in the last 5 or 6 days and this one just didn't cut it. It was slow, silly and boring.
First of all there is nothing ..Show More »feminine about the name Kline for a heroine’s first name IMO and I hated it. But that’s just me. Second, when I wasn’t even 15% into the book Ben mentioned Kline was a tree-hugger. That kind of crap is all over Facebook and on the news and in the newspaper and on the computer. I do not want to read about it in my romance novels so all I could do was hope it wasn’t mentioned too much or I knew I wouldn’t finish this story. Geez, and then there had to be a “spotted owl” that had to be saved and the fight over the distillery and new clinic. I’m glad this is the last book in the series.
Then this book kinda got worse but I did (barely) finish it. I think Kline was 35 and there was so much angst about the bullying she suffered through in MIDDLE SCHOOL. It went through almost the whole book. This really was the worst of the 4 books. Between the tree-hugging, the owls, the school crap, etc, and Ben, Ryan’s, Casey and Megs piece-of-sh*# father, and Kline’s immaturity, I’m glad the series has ended. I’m so disappointed in this book.
There was explicit sex in this book and a little bit of swearing.
As to the narrator: Kate Rudd was the best part of this book. Great reading and perfect emotions and voices throughout the entire story.