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I normally enjoy Tracey Alvarez's work. This book was not bad, and I really liked Glen's character.
The beginning moved a little slowly, and Savannah managed to stay pretty obnoxious through a good portion of the e-book. She didn't redeem herself until Tom arrived in Bounty Bay. She fell off track again when she took advice from someone she had just met.
The narrator was very good. She managed to convey Savannah's character very well. You completely forget there is only one person narrating. You sense Glen's pain, his love and concern regarding Tom. The audio book allows you to be more sympathetic of Savannah's behavior than the ebook does.
I guess I felt like I was missing some things, but that was from the storyline, not the narration. The story of Glen and Savannah's past was confusing. He remembered her, she didn't remember him. Was she self centered or was she in pain? She had an issue with her father, but their reconciliation was seamless.
At some point, this book picks up speed and becomes more engaging. Ultimately the HEA makes an appearance. The last chapter was the best because of the HEA in the ebook. The audio had a few good chapters.
For this particular book, I liked the audio better than the ebook.
Know Your Heart, book 2 in the Far North series, is a story about second chances and knowing what is best for you. There are also appearances from Lauren, Nate and Drew who starred in the first book. This story takes place in New Zealand and Tracey’s descriptions allow us to feel like we’re there with Savannah and Glenn. They have a comical love-hate relationship which evolves throughout the book. It is a standalone so you don’t have to read the first book to understand this one but you’ll enjoy the continuity of the stories if you do. Rose O’Toole did a good job narrating the book.