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The patience one man has for a women and the horror she has been through. Love this story! I could listen more then once and I have!
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What disappointed you about Shade?
It was a rerun of the first 5 books. They would not even let me return it. I was so disappointed. I love the series but this had 100 chapters of previous books. I wish I had just read this one and left the others alone.
What do you think your next listen will be?
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Great as usual.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Oh my I thought Shade's Fall was a fantastic book, but heck hearing more on Shade's views rather than Lillie's was more DEEP & I mean DEEP. So here we see the same areas of Where Lillie's life was in constant danger up to their wedding. But heck you would think that would be it for this great couple & family. But not such luck, even though we have that Acton up to that point, it just doesn't stop there & it seems like it's just not 1 person/team there are others & what a strong partnership not just between the individual couples but it's the whole Last Standing Biker's Club & then on top of that the other 2 clubs are there for the women, especially as the most kindest & forgiving lady Lillie is.
So after ALL the Acton & married life continues, we get the epilogues where we see the 1st I've jumps onto 4yrs later, 2nd one jumps another 14 yrs where their Son alongside Lillie's sister Beth & Razer's Boys going off. But then here we jump 32yrs & them being in their Golden yr of marriage, had the tears streaming down my face.
What a Beautiful Emotional DEEP Love Story.
narrator was off putting trying to imitate the men's voices. would be better with a man's voice as well
this book was the best one so far, at first for awhile I thought I was listening to the same again but realized I wasn't, the author was reminding me of the previous books, it's thrilling, heart warming, but renching & sad, brillent book. looking forward to another one in this series