• Big Sky Dog Whisperer: A Henderson's Ranch Big Sky Romance Story

  • Henderson's Ranch, Book 8
  • By: M. L. Buchman
  • Narrated by: M. L. Buchman
  • Length: 9 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Romance, Contemporary
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

A Henderson’s Ranch Big Sky story

Petty Officer Jodie Jaffe brought her war dog home after they were both blown up on a SEAL patrol. But her dreams of a normal life are shattered by her dog’s PTSD nightmares.  

SEAL Team 6 dog-handler Stan Corman left his war dog’s ashes and a part of himself overseas. For three years, he’s been training new dogs under Montana’s Big Sky. Knowing he’ll never be whole again, he hopes his dogs can save lives even if he no longer can.  

But when Jodie brings her damaged dog to the ranch, Stan faces far more than he counted on...or knows how to handle.

©2019 M. L. Buchman (P)2019 M. L. Buchman

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Good writer. Not a terrific narrator

I have read many of Buchman’s books. He’s a good writer, he maintains a good level of dramatic tension, his heroines are smart and strong and his heroes are admiring and supportive of the h. All of this is true of the current book. My only criticism is that the stories can become a little saccharine. I found this to be true here.

This is the first audiobook of his I have listened to. I think Buchman would be better off sticking with his day job. In the first part of the book His narration reminded me of kids taking turns reading aloud in grade school. There was not sufficient range in his voice and not enough inflection. He improved some over the course of the story but he never got really good. I was always conscious of his reading. With a good narrator you sort of lose track of the narrator who actually becomes the characters.