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Who's going to rescue Sadie Hollowell now?
Everyone in Lovett, Texas, knows Sadie has always been a "notional" kind of gal. She got a notion to leave town ASAP and never visit her daddy (bless his heart) again. Now she's back and got the notion to invite a good-looking, hard-muscled, total stranger to her cousin's wedding. Better a stranger than some of the losers she's dated.
Vince Haven got his muscles the hard way - as a Navy SEAL in Afghanistan. He's staying in Lovett to visit his crazy aunt - the proprietor of the local Gas and Go. Before he can get the heck back out of the small town, his aunt makes him an offer he can't refuse. Maybe he'll stick around Lovett for a while. Maybe he'll make a "go" of the Gas and Go. Maybe he'll rescue Sadie out of that pink dress!
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By Candy Lyons on 06-01-12
Rescue Me Rocks
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, if you love romance, you'll love this new Rachel Gibson contemporary romance. She gives you a great, sexy romp in her classic sassy, irreverant voice set in Lovett, Texas. These memorable, quirky characters are funny and just close enough to some of those people we may have known in our own small towns to make us identify with the heroine.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Rescue Me?
The emotional journey of the heroine and hero are excellent in this book. She made me laugh, she made me cry. I loved it.
And Navy SEAL Vince Haven is hot, hot, hot.
Have you listened to any of Kathleen Early???s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes. I did read it in one day--between the audio book and the print version. I had it covered in one day. Yay.
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4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By S on 07-26-12
As a Rachel Gibson fan, I was disappointed with this latest book. Unlike her other ones, this one had a thin storyline and lacked compelling characters, in my opinion. The two main characters were not really flushed out and when it ended, I felt like I barely knew anything about them or why they got together, except for the physical attraction, which is par for the course in a RG book....and chick-lit, in general. Where's the witty banter, character conflict, that we're used to...?
It also felt open ended, which I'm sure will be carried over into the next book. But, whereas in the past, I would have felt eager to read more, I'm not so interested in seeing what happens with these guys.
The narrator was okay....didn't really add to the experience. All in all, a mediocre book.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful