Up until now, Nicole's life has been mapped out for her. She'd go to college, marry Jake and become the upstanding minister's wife. When she leaves that life to begin again in a small town in Texas, she finally has the freedom to live as she chooses. There, she meets Kent, a guy whose charm and passion make it hard to stick to her morals. Dodging his father's fists and protecting his twin sister made Kent into the man he is today.
He learned by watching his mother stay by his father's side that it's better to keep relationships simple. Then he meets Nicole. Her sweet smile and genuine response to him land like punches to his resolve. After a lifetime of learning to protect his heart, can he finally let down his guard?
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes and No I would recommend this audio book to friends. I LOVE LOVE the story but the reader Katie just did not do it for me. It was very slow and there were times when I found myself wandering and looking at other things and doing other things. I hate to say this because I have listened to hundreds of audio books and I loved them but there is just something I did not care for with this reader.
This is what I expected from the reader for her to be more like Adam Paul. He is energetic and fun and exciting all in one. He makes me wish I was sitting right in his lap like a kid listening to him read. His voice has this presence to it that grabs a hold of you and keeps you there and wanting no that is not right needing more from him.
What did you like best about this story?
I love the story in general because man this series is SO off the hook that I wanted Bethany to write more!
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Friends turned lovers
Any additional comments?
I wish Adam Paul could narrate this series!