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Guardian Cougar

Finding Fatherhood, Book 2
Narrated by: John T. Arnott
Series: Finding Fatherhood, Book 2
Length: 3 hrs and 15 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy
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Publisher's Summary

Cougar-shifter Jackson Sperry rescues Hannah from the ocean, and she has no memory of how she ended up floating in the Pacific. She also doesn't remember who she is or how she came to be pregnant. He's drawn to her and determined to protect her as they unravel the mystery of her past. It isn't long before he's ready to claim her as his mate and raise her son as his own - but without knowing the details of her past, the future remains uncertain, and he fears someone is still hunting Hannah and her baby.

©2016 Kit Tunstall (P)2016 Kit Tunstall

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Jackson and Hannah

The men in the Finding Fatherhood series become fathers in unconventional ways but it works. Jackson rescues Hannah from the ocean He knows Hannah is his mate, even though she is pregnant.

John T. Arnott did a good job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Fantastic shifter story!

I definitely enjoyed listening to this audiobook! It’s a sweet romance with a mystery attached. I would definitely love to have a longer story.
The narrator does a fabulous job with the characters and voices of each character which makes it easy to distinguish between the characters.

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Interesting story!

I liked this story about the cougar shifter and finding fatherhood. He was loving and ready to embrace the baby and mother in his life. The mother had many problems to work through especially emotional pain because of her previous relationship and forgotten memories. I liked the strong woman that emerged.

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Narrator and recording quality wreck the story.

I couldn't find this anywhere in text format and I really wanted to read it because of the amnesia element. But it was so hard to stick to because of the "my neighbour trying to be nice and read to me" performance by the narrator, and by the recording quality, which sounds like it was done in a closet and too close to the microphone so you can hear his dry mouth sounds. I mean, ti was really distracting so I had to concentrate really hard to hear the story itself. I eventually sped it up to bizzlion speed to make it through.

Quit after chapter 3 because the story felt immature, unpolished... something.