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Publisher's Summary

Felicity Bolton finally feels like she has moved on with her life. She misses her friends and family back in Creswell Springs, but now she has new friends - a new family. She has found the peace that she lost the night she lost her unborn child. She would do anything to protect her newfound family, even if that meant facing the devil himself.

The minute Jet Hannigan walks back into her life that's exactly what she has to do.

Jet Hannigan is officially a free man. With his parole lifted he can finally do what he's been aching to do, go after the only woman who will ever own his heart. He's known where she is for months and has been impatiently waiting for the day he could reclaim her. What he wasn't expecting was to have to pull out the big guns and blackmail her into returning to Creswell Springs with him. With everything going on with Flick's boss, and the media circus surrounding the chaos, Jet thought the safest place for her was home where he and his brothers could protect her.

Instead he brings her home to a war zone.

©2015 Terri Anne Browning/Anna Henson (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Strange and Different

While this series is not awful, I detest hearing women referred as my “female “. It is repeated throughout the series and leaves you with the impression that women are just a possession. As I listen, I wonder why the relationships are not more developed. It’s difficult to imagine 2 people being in love when the term of endearment is “my female”. Also, whoever is doing the male narration is very annoying. The voice is not natural. This book, ”Reclaimed”’ is very far fetched. The story is not developed well. Hopefully the next book will be better.

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<sigh>

Problems with this one---who the H is Emmy and Nick?? Where did they come from? I apparently missed something somewhere along the way so I was lost until it was explained AFTER Emmy and Nick had a whole chapter. Not cool. I rewound several times because I kept drifting off and losing my place.. And Flick puts Jet at risk by asking him to off Emmy's ex? Yeah, that's love. Also, Too much "woe is me, nobody loves me cuz I'm an awful person" crap in this one (both Emmy and Flick). Maybe if you didn't put hits out on people....?? Actually, lets go back to the whole Flick/Jet thing......there wasn't enough emphasis put on their relationship in the beginning....he dumped her and then got with lots of other MC mamas in front of her. She runs off and hides for ages then asks him to do something that could put him away for life. Doesn't really give you reason to root for either one of them to get their HEA. Other pet peeves---- use of the word "female" (sounds like a thing instead of a person), use of the word "hog".... I'm pretty sure that's not used anymore.

UPDATE: The last 2-3 chapters make up for the rest.

Now ... can we just talk about the narrators? I have a problem with women these days and their squeaky voices---why? Just why? There is absolutely NOTHING sexy about a grown woman sounding like an 8 yr old Minnie Mouse!!! (Sorry Alexa, I know you're better than that). But when the F-bomb is dropped in that voice? No...just NO!!! Shew. I've gotten to Chapter 4 but that's as far as I'm going. On to the next book in the series.

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Audio good, story disappointing

This bummed me out so hard! I expected so pills angst for this second chance and instead I got a ton of call backs to what was very clearly other series the author wrote I have no prior knowledge of. Because of that i was mostly lost and confused about all the names dropped and wasn’t as invested and I thought I would be in seeing Flick get what was hers.

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Female narrators are awful...fast forward

These female narrators are awful. Their male voices are so bad, I have to fast forward. If these books weren't 'free' as audible escape... There is no way I could listen to them... Fast forward is your friend...

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Ugh

Well I liked the book overall Felicity pisses me off. I truly enjoyed everyone else but her and the narrator who did her POV which made her come off as pathetic and I don’t think that’s what the authors had in mind.

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Both Better And Worse Than Previous Books

Some parts were improvements from prior books yet some were way ott... Again, very soap opera-ish.

Most of the narrators were good, but the main FEMALE (way overused word, sigh) was squeaky, and the love scenes from her perspective were just squicky. It was like listening to Minnie mouse get it on with shrek, if he had a sore throat.

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That voice is cringe worthy

Seriously, whoever thought the person who speaks for Felicity has a voice for romance obviously is deaf. First, her voice is so whiny and the tone is usually wrong for almost everything, but when she speaks in Jets voice, she makes him sound like a Neanderthal. Totally ruins whatever mood you get into, especially during a sex scene. Having a hard time getting through this one. And I’ve enjoyed the whole series up until now. It would be worth it to have her voice redone by someone else.

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Flicks voice

The voice of Flick was enough to make me want to peel my skin off of my bones. she sounded like a 12 yr old. the female voice that spoke for Hawk, was horrible as well. Why was his voice imitated as so horribly gruff? other than those two things, the series is great!

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A little corny at times and weak narration

This storyline was pretty obvious and predictable. There is definitely a common theme in the plots of these books. Also, the narrator that did Flic’s chapters, did not do male voices well, at all. It was cringeworthy. I am happy with the outcome and I think I’ll try the next book.
-V from Kansas

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Sexy

Great series and love the brothers and story, there was only one thing that got on my nerves more thank anything and it was when they referred to their women with the word “My Female” not sure why but that really irritated me every single time.

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