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Armed with a new identity in a new town, she and her son have found refuge hundreds of miles away. As Caroline Stewart, she has almost forgotten the nightmare she left behind nine years ago. She is even taking a chance on love with Max Hunter, a man with wounds of his own. But her past is about to collide with the present when her husband uncovers her trail and threatens her hard-won peace. Step by step, he's closing in on her - and everything and everyone she loves.
Contains mature themes.
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By midnitemilkyway on 03-06-18
Over 15 hours of sheer torture
Would you try another book from Karen Rose and/or Michael Ferraiuolo?
I love Karen Rose. This wasn’t her best, by any means, but it held my attention in such a way that I endured the narrator to get to the end.
I will never, under any circumstances, buy another book narrated by Michael Ferraiuolo! He vascillated between a British and American accent: aren’t these books directed? Why didn’t someone correct him? And the cheesy cartoon female voices...UGH! I wish the Audible samples held actual samples. Samples of narrative are not helpful. Samples of the voices some spend hours mangling would be better.
What did you like best about this story?
The storyline...abused wife of a cop manages to escape. For most of the book I liked Caroline, although she did have some TSTL moments, and her refusal to really trust the man she loved was a bit overdone. I truly liked Dana. She didn’t pull punches, or mollycoddle the people she helped rescue. The voice the narrator gave Dana was seriously unfortunate.
How could the performance have been better?
How could it get possibly get any worse? I don’t remember if there was a director on this book, but if there was....well, for shame!!!
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
It held my attention throughout despite it being a little heavy on the romance. And actually, the emphasis on romance may have been exaggerated by the corny, grating, cartoonish, damsel-in distress voices used for the women.
Any additional comments?
Some of the situations were implausible, like a long-time police detective who is loved by his fellow officers who NEVER suspect that his accident-prone wife may be abused. No one, not even the doctors, ever reports the abuse. This guy threatens and murders everyone who crosses him, but no one sees through his lame disguises?
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