For Lila Madsen, this night couldn't get any worse. Here she is, all alone in a remote Alaskan fishing village. Almost all her stuff is gone, thanks to the airline losing her luggage. No cellphone, no credit cards. Just 40 dollars that she was slowly drinking away at this bar. She had her camera too, but the idea of using it to photograph whales was the furthest thing from her mind. She was on the run and on the brink of making some very bad decisions, threatening to tear down anyone who got close to her.
Henry watched as the new girl ran out of the bar. Something about her caught his eye. Mostly that she was a new girl: they didn't get many of those in Alaska. What brought her here? Why was she in such bad straits? And why did he feel some primal stirring for her? As he ran after her, he had to suppress his Bear Shifter instincts: he wasn't hunting prey. He was hunting for a mate.
Lila and Henry are very funny in this story. The narrator let the humor come through. The way they met makes me wonder. Some guy walks up to you and says you look lost and she tells him why then he says you can come home and live with me and the guys. At least 5 guys. Strange. This book was given in exchange for an unbiased review. They discover that they love each other and the sex only comes at the end. Thank you. Glad we got the whole story before the sex came into play.
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I received this audiobook free for an honest review. The story is a typical Becca Fanning book. It was cute and an enjoyable short story. However, I keep forgetting I do not care for Audrey Lusk's voice. This book was made shorter by my accelerating the narration. Just something about her voice I don't like. The Alaska fishing village romance was sweet.
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I liked the book. The narrator has a interesting voice I got used to it but the overacting in some of the voices were a little annoying. Overall though it was a cute book I enjoyed it.
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Lila, the female lead, flies Sitka to take wildlife photos which is a great experience, until the
airline "misplaces" her luggage.
She next meets Henry, the male lead, at a bar and he offers to help her out.
Henry has a few secrets and when Lila finds out she is angry with him and thinks he is a liar.
Overall, this was an entertaining story line.
I enjoyed this book and look forward to the rest of the series.
Audrey Lusk did a good job with the narration.
"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."