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Finding out my husband, my best friend, only had months to live was devastating. Sitting out under the star-filled sky, listening to him wish on star after star, night after night, almost killed me. He never wished to get better. He wished for me to be happy. He wished for me to find the strength to move on. 

I told him his wishes were pointless because happiness wouldn’t exist without him. I found out soon after he passed away that I was pregnant. But I had no idea his final wish would bring me something I never thought I’d find again.

©2018 Aurora Rose Reynolds (P)2019 Aurora Rose Reynolds

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Disappointing 3rd book

I loved the first two so thought I'd love this one, but it was different in a disappointing way.
Even more disappointing as the first two came with my package but I spent a credit on this one.
The first two books were narrated by Joe Arden & Maxine Mitchell. They were excellent. Book 3 is narrated by Catherine Edwards. The lead in book 2 is the mom of the lead in book 3. She is from Alaska, but this narrator has decided to give her a southern accent - seriously?? She's awful at the male voices. The male lead in book 2 is also in this book, but he goes from sounding like an authentically Alaskan Sheriff (just a hint of native speak, VERY sexy voice) to what sounded like a woman imitating a male truck driver in need of an education. The small child sounds like she has a speech impediment (but that's not the character). The only character that sounds realistic is the female lead.
The plot and characters are underdeveloped. The hero is described as a rugged Alaskan male, a brave fisherman, but generally just goes for the ride in his actions. He makes one big move... and it's way too easy. If this story was true, there'd be more emotional struggle. Real people can't just shed off years of pain and relationship baggage because they are told it's time to. And no man with that personality would just sit around for years hoping... it didn't add up. The heroine has been through hell, is wary of relationships... but <spoiler> just decides to go full throttle into a new relationship without much need to be convinced.
There was so much opportunity missed. The story was set up really well. It had the potential to be one for the books. The beginning drew me in in spite of the horrible narration. Unfortunately, the strong start up got lost. There were parts of the story, like the weird in-laws, that felt like they were set up but then never explored. It was like someone started to tell a really good story... then something happened to that person... and someone else with less talent had to finish it for them. It's even over an hour shorter than the past two! Many parts of it feel incomplete. At least the main characters' stories resolved. Sorry Aurora, but this one fell short compared to your other great works.

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Great story, but Flat narration with no inflection

The narration was incredibly flat and made it hard to want to finish this story on Audible. Almost quit after 1 chapter but really wanted to hear how Bre's and Denver's story played out.

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One last wish

I love the outcome of this one. I’m curious is this the end or will we get stories about her brothers. I guess I’ll have to wait and see. Love Aurora style of writing. All her alpha males. Some more than others.

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Robot narrater

The first 2 book were narrated beautifully and I REALLY enjoyed them, this book was narrated by a different person and was awful I wish I'd have listen to the sample Catherine F Edwards is a narrated I will avoid.