Take Me Home : Whisper Horse

  • by Nancy Herkness
  • Narrated by Shannon McManus
  • Series: Whisper Horse
  • 9 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Claire Parker left Sanctuary, West Virginia, she thought it was for good. But now she’s back, reeling from an ugly divorce. Readjusting to small-town life is harder than Claire expected, so she’s surprised, and grateful, to find companionship in Willow, an abused Thoroughbred mare. Willow is Claire’s "whisper horse", and they share a special, rare bond. Except Willow isn’t the only one helping Claire heal; Willow’s ruggedly handsome veterinarian, Dr. Tim Arbuckle, is sympathetic…and secretive.
Devastated by his wife’s death, Tim thought he’d never find love again. The stoic, sexy doctor was sure he’d left his heart behind when he came to Sanctuary. But Claire stirs up the kinds of emotions he thought he’d buried long ago. For the first time, the doctor can see past his grief…until Willow falls gravely ill. Tim and Claire must save Willow’s life and, surrounded by the majestic mountains of West Virginia, believe in a love so encompassing, so intimately intense, their lives will never be the same again.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Sweet romance novel?

A diversion from the deep and dark thrillers and mysteries I have been listening to however a bit too sweet. I did find it rather bold the use of the word "cock" frequently in this book! Yes, of course there was sexual activity in the story, but I thought that choice of word was a bit pornographic in what I thought was more of a sweet romance type story.
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- Deborah K. Peer

Too much sex!

What made the experience of listening to Take Me Home the most enjoyable?

I didn't finish this book. I kept trying to skip through the explicit sex scenes because I was interested in the plot, but it was difficult to do this without missing parts of the story, so I gave up.


How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

I'm not sure. If the author thinks the sex scenes are important to moving the plot along, then that's her business, and I guess some readers/listeners are interested in that. It's just not for me.


What does Shannon McManus bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She did a fine job; I just couldn't hang in there.


Any additional comments?

Please don't recommend any more books for me by this author. She gets great reviews, so I'm sure she has lots of fans; it just isn't the kind of book I enjoy listening to.

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- Just Jane

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-17-2012
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio