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Unexpectedly good story

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Reviewed: 09-11-19

Characters well done, likable.
Story unusual, but I liked it. I was put off by ghosts in description but that was very well done too
Narrator very good.

Good love story. Outstanding narration.

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Reviewed: 08-30-19

Story of revelations, new beginnings, and a love that can endure enormous obstacles.

Danny is tough and street smart with a brutal past, yet with a softness hidden deep inside.
Miller is controlled and compartmentalized only allowing a calculated coldness to surface, all the time keeping all his softer and confusing emotions well hidden, even from himself.

Danny and Miller were meant to be, each complementing something in the other, each finding in the other the things they’d never dreamed of having, never thought they’d deserved.
Neither is perfect, but they just may be perfect for each other.

The only negative is the annoying, too loud “music” we have to endure between chapters. It wouldn’t be so bad if it weren’t so LOUD.

The narrator is much better than good. I especially liked how he did Miller’s southern accent, not to mention the great baritone overall.

Excellent narrator. Good story ...

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Reviewed: 08-07-19

Good story, if a bit slow moving.
Love detail but this one went just a tad too far on that front.
Worth listening to Boulton.

Sweet story. Good narration.

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Reviewed: 07-29-19

New author for me. I liked the story of Jimmy and Shane. And the town of Rattlesnake.
It’s a soothing story of love and healing. Jimmy learning to hope again after a hopeless loveless youth. Shane learns to move on after a terrible accident and unbelievable loss.
I can recommend it.

One of my all time favs

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Reviewed: 07-26-19

Narration was perfect. No one narrates SEP books like Anna Fields.
Gabe, who’s one of the three hunkiest brothers on the planet, has his reclusive life of pain interrupted by the mouthy Rachel who’s so far down on her luck, she’s at rock bottom.
Thus starts the journey of healing sprinkled with cheeky sarcasm and some mind bending pain. But through it all, first respect, then caring, and finally love begins to grow.
It’s a wonderful story.

I like the story. K. C. Kelly narration was great.

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Reviewed: 07-22-19

Caleb and Logan were so different.
Both with a lot of baggage.
But the chemistry and love surpassed all of it.
A couple bad guys, a touch of mystery, but thankfully no murders.
I recommend this book.

Good story. Great narrator.

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Reviewed: 07-20-19

K. C. Kelly is a good narrator.
This is my second Speedwell book and I really liked them both.
Finding Zach was quite different than this one. I may like it better than Love, Like Water. But both are great.

Most moving and inspiring book ...

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Reviewed: 07-18-19

Most moving and inspiring book I’ve read in quite some time.
I don’t have many, but this one is a “must read”.
Kelly was the perfect choice for narrator too.
One day I’ll read this one again.

Good performance. Good story. Spoiler

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Reviewed: 07-12-19

Good story. Good ending but it could have been much better, much more complete. I hate when they leave the ending to mostly your imagination.

Amazing story. Perfect narration.

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Reviewed: 07-08-19

This is one of Kinsale’s best.
The story is long, evoking every emotion, from heartache to joy, and tears to humor.
Characterization impressive. Kinsale has the knack and wisdom to portray the emotions of both the hero and the heroine, their thoughts and struggles, making the story the richer for it. A talent of which many good authors fall short.
It’s a love story, not formulaic. I highly recommend it.