Breakaway : Portland Storm

  • by Catherine Gayle
  • Narrated by Suzan Lynn Lorraine
  • Series: Portland Storm
  • 8 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

She's reaching for a breakaway pass. Dana Campbell has spent the past seven years in self-imposed isolation for a crime she didn't commit. The danger is well in the past, but her panic attacks make it impossible to have a normal, healthy relationship with a man. Even her counselor has given up on her. She has to find someone she trusts to help her fight through the panic, or her seven-year ordeal will become a lifetime sentence. There's only one man she feels safe enough to ask. He got caught with his head down. As the captain of the NHL's once elite but now fading Portland Storm, Eric Zellinger knows a thing or two about keeping his focus on the job. Questions are flying about his ability to lead the team back to the playoffs. If they don't make it, he might be shipped out of town. It's the worst time possible for his best friend's kid sister to divide his focus. How can he give her what she needs without jeopardizing both the Storm's playoff hopes and his future with the team? It's her only chance, but it's his last shot.

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Bad Narration

So Disappointed - I'm halfway through the book and shaking my head. I don't understand why publishers allow bad narrators. I love hockey and was so eager to try this new author and series. The narrator sounds like a much older person reading two characters lines a female and male and doesn't even attempt to change her voice. I never even know who's speaking the guy or girl. I've caught myself drifting off thinking about other things.

The story deserves to be told and I want to know what happens. Since I paid for it and don't want to buy the written version now. I sped up the narration to get through it faster.

I already bought the next two books in the series before listening to this one. I see they are narrated by someone else. I sure hope they chose better.
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- Donna Gilleece-Smith

Bad narration

How could the performance have been better?

The narration could have been better if my dog had done it. I really wanted to listen to this story but stopped it after 30 minutes. The narration was monotone and the acting was terrible. Couldn't get passed it and wasted a credit.


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- c l hood

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-03-2014
  • Publisher: Catherine Gayle