My Fiancé's Brother

The Navy SEAL Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Kate Richardson
Series: The Guilty, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 2 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4 out of 5 stars (73 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

I tried to kill him. Accidentally, of course. But wouldn’t you do the same if you found an enormous, intimidating Navy SEAL rummaging through your house? Jackson Hunter barged into my life like a freight train. Unrelenting. Unapproachable. Unafraid. He made me realize things I wasn’t ready to realize - that I was lonely, hurting, afraid. I fell in lust with him. Possibly even in love. The only problem? He was my fiancé’s brother.

Three months before the big day, Emily finds herself anxiously planning a wedding without the help of her increasingly erratic fiancé Matt. And then, Matt’s brother Jackson comes along, intruding into her life uninvited and showing her what she’s missing.

Emily desperately tries to keep her carefully planned future on track. But with her growing feelings for Jackson and Matt’s cold, distant behavior, her plans unravel by the second, and she begins to fall for Jackson. A harmless little crush never hurt anyone...right?

This full-length 86,000 word Navy SEAL and virgin romance is part one of a two-part book series. It is intended for mature audiences. This two-book series will put you through an emotional roller coaster.

©2017 Odette Stone (P)2018 Odette Stone

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Good

This is a good story but the male narration was horrible. (Female)
If you think your book is good why not go out of your way to present it the best you can to draw the audience.
I wish these authors would just pay to have a male do the actual male part.
Could have been 5 stars.
Thanks

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Narrator was a turn off!

Meaning, I had to turn off the book because I could not listen to the narrative any longer! Her male character sounds like a robot. Sorry. Want to finish it but cannot!

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Weak woman.

Emily is a weak woman and so ignorant that I had a hard time even liking her. This narrator was so soft spoken that it only made Emily seem even more unlikable to me.

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Loved

This book was good. I couldn’t put it down So many twists and turns. Well worth a read.

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Total Disappointment

It had no conclusion. You kept waiting for the heroine to get a back bone and it ended with her being the same. It was also filled with characters you couldn’t like selfishly only interested in themselves. It was a total disappointment. There is also NO follow up so there is no resolution.

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Awful narration of a good book

The narration was awful. The narrator trying to sound like a male almost made me stop listening and the attempts at other voices were no better gross

But the storyline was good and well written

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Just read it instead, HORRIBLE narration!!

This one's getting returned, specifically because of the awful narration, especially for the male parts. This narrator made the men sound like angry 13 year old boys. It made no sense at all. I honestly felt like Jackson was being portrayed as autistic or brain damaged from his military service, and the words describing him as an attractive, large SEAL just didn't work. I gave up and just got the Kindle version to read instead. This needs to be recorded again with a narrator that can handle a male voice.

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Emily Is Pathetic, Narration is Almost Irritating

Emily is a whiny, too subservient and acts like she is not very intelligent. I had a hard time trying to like her or sympathize with her problems. I agree with other commenters that the male voices and the female friend voices were robotic and almost screechy. I had a little trouble discerning Matt and Jackson voices a at couple points. Overall the story has promise and I would like to know how it ends but I am hesitant to spend money or a credit on the continuation book. Why not have a both a male and female narrator especially when there are 2 males involved? I suspect dual performances narration is expensive but why run the risk of having a disappointing product?

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*SPOILERS* Mixed feeling

Narrator almost ruined me on this book! her "best friend " voice and "male" voices are not good! I almost couldn't finish it, she portrays Jackson as an emotionless robot. The story line is really good and it had promise. Maybe if we could have a guy do the Male parts and just let her do the female role it would be better.

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Not sure how I feel

This is a generally good book but the heroine is portrayed as week and ignorant. I didn't like that the heroine is so ignorant to something as simple as to what a Navy Seal is. She is always running and hiding and not facing life at all. it took me a while to get into this book and I think I'm only reading the next one because I'm curious to know how it turns out.

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Don’t get it

This is the worst book ever.
A two year old could write better
Not sure how this was published