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Wind River Protector

Wind River Valley, Book 8
Narrated by: Johanna Parker
Series: Wind River Valley, Book 8
Length: 8 hrs and 29 mins
4 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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The new novel from the best-selling author of Home to Wind River.

Real love is worth every risk....

Ex-Air Force pilot Andy Whitcomb loves nothing more than the wide blue skies, but when a helicopter crash fighting forest fires in California leaves her injured and shaken, she's ready to return home to the peace of Wind River Ranch. The good news is, there's a chance for her to fly helos for the county sheriff's department. The bad news? The person in charge is none other than Dev Mitchell, an ex-Army Black Hawk pilot - and the rugged, sharp-eyed man Andy has never forgotten after five days together running from the Taliban after a nerve-wracking near-miss in Afghanistan.

Dev can't believe his eyes when Andy walks into the interview. She's as strong and sexy as he remembers, and every bit qualified for the job, which she clearly wants. Unfortunately, if he's going to be her boss, their relationship has to remain strictly professional - a regret Dev fights to keep hidden as they begin to work together. But when a chance encounter with violent drug traffickers forces them into survival mode, both of them will fight to hold on to the connection they can't ignore - and the chance of a future together.

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Abandonment issues to the extreme

On the plus side I like McKenna’s use of strong female characters and strong family relationships. However all 4 adult children in the story had been adopted after being abandoned. All 4, despite decades of living in a loving, supportive family are obsessed with their abandonment. It is referred to constantly and became really annoying. As the mother of a daughter abandoned as a baby in China, who does NOT define herself nor blame her origins for anything, I began to lose respect for the central female character. In addition I am not a fan of this narrator’s breathy voice and inflection. It contributed to making the character seem weaker.

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sleep time

the way it was pressented boars you to sleep.could set through the entire thing...nap time

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I almost returned this book.

The story was ok, but, I could barley stand the narrator, I hope the author finds different narrator for her next book.