Audie Award Finalist, Inspirational, Faith-Based Fiction, 2016
Bryce Landry, country music's hottest star, has it all, or so everyone on the outside thinks. They can't see his struggle to discover himself, to find his place in unfamiliar territories, both as a dad and as a Christian. He takes a month off and escapes to the small town of Oden Bridge, Louisiana, where his daughter lives with his grandparents.
Sophie Thatcher has never been a risk taker, but she has no complaints and never thought her life lacked until her boyfriend of three years breaks off their relationship. Only then, does she begin to question what she's missed by always playing it safe. Meeting Bryce is a call to action. She can let fear rule or trust in faith, which means taking the biggest risk of her life.
As the weeks and months pass, they discover finding each other was easy, but holding on will be a different story.
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an excellent story
- N. Noso
Sweet romance nominated for 2016 Audie Award!
Come to Me Alive is a sweet contemporary romance by Leah Atwood. This audiobook is a finalist for a 2016 Audie Award in the Inspirational/Faith-Based Fiction category. This story centers around Bryce who is a recently redeemed "bad boy," who also happens to be a popular country singer. The story begins about a year after he finds out that he had fathered a daughter 5 years before with a high school friend "with benefits" who never told him about their daughter until she was on her death bed. Bryce struggles with wanting to be a good father while also pursuing a career that he loves.
Bryce meets Miss Sophie in the park one afternoon with his daughter when he is visiting his parents (they agreed to watch over his daughter while he is touring with the band). Sophie is super sweet and just a small town girl who happens to be the local kindergarten teacher - and she has no idea who Bryce is. After she discovers his identity, Sophie definitely does not want to be in the spotlight and hates the media’s attention. It is their joint faith and prayers that pulls them through the drama.
Pamela Almand's narration was fantastic. She portrays Bryce as the smoldering heartthrob you'd expect. And she portrays Sophie as the sweet natured home-town girl that she is. Bravo!