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E-M-P Honeymoon: Kelly & Tom

Narrated by: Scott Ellis
Length: 6 hrs and 52 mins
Categories: Romance, Science Fiction
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Kelly McBride and Sgt. Tom Turbulo of the Carson City PD are enjoying an ideal honeymoon on a Caribbean resort island when something awful happens to Kelly...While on an innocent shopping trip to buy a teddy bear for her nephew, she runs into a bear of a man who is up to no good. After narrowly escaping with her life, shouldn’t she have enough sense to stay out of trouble?   

Curiosity overcoming caution, before long she and Tom are caught up in international intrigue and a dangerous plot to blow up North America. What will it be? What will happen? 

Be prepared for a pause-resisting with twists, spinning faster and faster to a surprise ending.
 

©2018 Mercer Publications & Ministries, Inc. (P)2019 Mercer Publications & Ministries, Inc.

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  • 12-04-19

E-M-P Honeymoon is One Lovely Read

I loved this book. A honeymoon that saved lives. A nice easy to follow plot. What a lovely read. Thumbs up to the author.

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Not like the other books

I like the background in the first few chapters then the mission to prevent the event begins.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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E M P honeymoon

It was not what I expected. But I did learn about EMP which I have never heard of before. This is not the best book that I have read/listened too but it is not the worst either.

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EMP Honeymoon

This was my first book by Dorothy May Mercer, the book was just ok. There were long pauses and skipped quite a bit in Chapter 9. Just wasn't my kind of book. I was voluntarily provided this free copy by the author, narrator or publisher.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 08-15-19

I saw what they are planning to do

Whilst in their honeymoon in Honduras, police sergeant Tom Thurbalow goes off on a day sailing trip whilst Kelly, his wife, takes a tourist bus round the island. During a stop in the journey, Kelly starts to explore the back streets and finds a shop with the unlikely name of the Pigsty, window filled with gifts just right to take home for the fami!y. So involved does she become, Kelly misses the bus departure, but then cannot find anyone to pay for her armsful of piggy pressies. Which is when she goes through a door with a no entry sign and is chased by a group of six armed men obviously intent on doing her harm. She managed to find her way home to the holiday villa without further incident but later, when Tom is informed, he returns to the store to take photos which seem to indicate some Korean involvement. The CIA enter the equation and the reader is also treated to conversations between the Rear Leader and his subordinates as well as .machinations within the American security system.
It should have been a good book but, somehow, it was just dull. Or silly. Or both. This reader felt no empathy for any of the protagonists involved and, for all of the various bursts of information, tension or excitement, felt none of it: more like a boring text paper. This was not helped by the introduction of every chapter by the tile, author's and narrator's name as well as chapter number. The narration itself was good, just, it too recalled the reading of a report paper. Put simply, this one was not for me: I found it hard work trying to focus and finally gave up on it approximately an hour from the end.

My thanks to the rights holder of E-M-P Honeymoon, who, at my request, freely gifted me with a complimentary copy, via Audiobook Boom..