Finding Justice : Honkey Tonk Angels

  • by Ciana Stone
  • Narrated by J. Scott Bennett
  • Series: Honkey Tonk Angels
  • 5 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Justice Weathers has his hands full with the ranch and his twin boys. A widower whose love life is pretty much non-existent and maybe that's for a reason. His family doesn't seem to have much luck with happily-ever-after.
He's not looking for love. Heck, he runs from it.
He might have a bit of running to do. Someone's on her way to Cotton Creek and when she gets there she's gonna stir up a whole lot of feelings he's spent the last three years trying to forget.
Yeah, that bit about nothing ever happening in Cotton Creek? So wrong.


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Customer Reviews

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4 Enjoyable Stars

"Provided for exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."

When I first started this book I was a little confused your introduced to a lot of characters right away. And that can be a little confusing.

But having listened to the book completely I loved it.

J.D.’s father Jason is going to give an interview about his family and the interviewer is Jolene.

Jolene and J.D. or at the time he went by Dylan, had a one night stand weekend a few years back. Seeing Jo / Jolene again stirred up some emotions J.D. wasn't ready to deal with.

I loved Jolene’s character she is down to earth and gets along with everyone even the town’s busy bodies. She is a real people person. Even J.D.’s twin boys take a liking to her, even though J.D. doesn't like that.

J.D. come’s across like a cranky old coot. But really I think he is just hiding behind that. He is sweet and will do for anyone that needs it. He has feelings for Jolene but his past is interfering with the now. He has to come to terms with a few things I think before he can truly move on once and for all.

Over all I enjoyed this book I think I said that but I loved the character growth. I loved watching them both have light bulb moments. I am also a fan of the small town element.
But my most favorite part was

“Walk the wind with me.”
Loved it!

The narration for me was great I didn't have a problem either way. So for me thats Aces I really enjoyed this baby.
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- Pam Audio-Listener "Read/Listen, Review and Recommend!"

Good Book-Great Narrator

Finding Justice is a short, contemporary romance with a western feel and southern setting, as well as a slight paranormal element. No cliffhanger. This is book 2 in a series but can easily be a stand-alone, though it will make you want to go back and listen to book 1 and also continue on to see how the rest of these characters fare in future installments. I found the story entertaining and interesting. I wanted to listen all in one sitting. The characters were engaging and believable, and I can't wait for my next visit to Cotton Creek.

The narrator is a true professional. He has a good range of voices and speaks clearly, pronounces words correctly and has a very good feel for what he is reading. He puts the right amount of emotion into every word. His Southern accent is believable and not hokey or over-the-top. The story and the narration reminded me a bit of Kathleen Brooks' Bluegrass series, narrated by Eric G. Dove, which I also liked a lot. Ciana Stone and J. Scott Bennett have a new fan in me, and I will absolutely be spending my cash and credits on audiobooks featuring this author and/or this narrator again in the future.

I received this audiobook for free in exchange for an unbiased review. The number of stars I award in the 5-star rating system is based on where I believe this audiobook rates with other audiobooks of the same type, length and general feel-- not where it rates in comparison to all audiobooks of all time.
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- Erin "Audiobook Addict. It's all about the Listen. Mostly Romance, but I do branch out a bit. Reviews are my honest opinions-popular or not."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-23-2016
  • Publisher: Syneca Featherstone