There are always things in a marriage that cause the couple to place distance between each other. But, what happens when you try to fix that marriage, and you end up having to try and save yourself and your friends instead?
Josh is trying to fix his marriage all because he let other things come between him and his precious wife. The closer he comes to making things right with her, he finds someone is out to stop him from not only fixing his marriage, but continuing to live altogether. His life is in danger, and so are the lives of his best friends. He'll stop at nothing to get his marriage back to how it was before, even if it means using a little violence.
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Josh is the Prez of a MC and also a demon...he has been very busy and neglecting his wife Clarice...she leaves and goes on a planned vacation by herself..and he realizes he needs to be more kind to his wife...he goes to her and rekindles there love and finds out he is going to be a dad....he learns a valuable lesson about love and family and all turns out as it should!
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Have you listened to any of Robert Coltrane and Rita Rush ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have listened to Robert's but not Rita's. I did enjoy this one much better than the one I had listen to before. His male voices are wonderful strong but gentle when needs to be.
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This was short and sweet story of finding what is important and holding on to it. At first this story throw me talking about demons it didn’t take long to work out there were demons that were good that just wanted a nice quite life. I found it to be a cute read with Josh finding out what is important his marriage and his friends. There isn’t a lot I can tell about the story or it would give it away. I found it to be interesting it was a read that I did enjoy. I wish it had been longer.
The narration of Robert and Rita was outstanding with Robert doing all the male voices and Rita doing all the female ones. Their voices blend together well with no background noises. You could tell where the one narrator stopped and the next took over but I would think it would be hard not to since they were so close in changing over. In no way did it take away from the audio and I was half way through it before I noticed it. They both had very clear and pleasant voices to listen to. Robert’s was strong and powerful yet sofa and gentle. He hit the tones and emotions just right. His voice is rich and easy to listen to. Rita narration was sweet you could hear the pain of the character along with the need of wanting to spend some time with her man away from everyone else. She is easy to listen to with a very strong pleasant voice. I really enjoyed listening to both this narrators and cannot wait to listen to more.
All in all I totally enjoyed this sweet listen and look forward to learning more about this author and these narrators.
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was a different book but was very good. not what i normally read but will.start
What did you like best about Runaway King? What did you like least?
Storyline in this book was too short to understand what was going on, doesn't really make sense. Needs back story told better.
What three words best describe Robert Coltrane and Rita Rush ’s performance?
Easy to understand.
Do you think Runaway King needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Yes, story doesn't make sense.