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While Avery's job is to minimize drama, Jake embraces the chaos of an emergency. After enlisting in the Army National Guard, Jake became a nationally recognized leader in disaster recovery. Yet a life on the road has left him restless. So when a class-four tornado wreaks havoc on Chance, he's eager to return home - and to the woman never far from his mind.
Now, Avery and Jake must team up to help their hometown weather a siege of violent storms. But it's clear to them both that nature isn't the only force they'll have to reckon with. Will Avery and Jake's whirlwind love affair be an all-new disaster - or can they recover from their stormy past to build a future together?
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By Listener on 10-31-17
4 Twisted Up Stars
Ahh it is books like these that make be love the romance genre so much. It reminds me of Lori Foster, Jill Shalvis kinds of books.
This one was a second chance romance and I am a sucker for those. I loved the small town feel of the book. I really liked both the Hero and the Heroine. They had their struggles from the past and the present but there really wasn’t much drama it was just a very nice romance.
And sometimes you just need to pick up a book that you know you’re going to enjoy from start to finish.
I also very much liked the narration, Kate Rudd is a favorite of mine and she can narrate the he - ll out of a book!
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
8 of 10 people found this review helpful
By Kindle Customer on 05-30-17
I really enjoy audio books.
I usually love Erin Nicholas's books. When I saw this on Kindle Unlimited as a listen as well as read, I jumped on it by ditching another book in my queue so I could listen to this on an upcoming trip.
Kate Rudd did a really good job.
Unfortunately, I had a hard time liking the main characters. Jake was so arrogant through out the story. It took to the end of the book for me to start liking him even a little. Avery was sweet, but weak when it came to Jake. Throughout the book it's pointed out that she's such a strong capable woman, but I didn't really see it. Jake and Avery are in the middle of sex and he brings up his another times not feeling as good?! Really? Like I'd want that brought up in the middle of having sex. And Avery answers by saying "good"...and that's with all her self esteem issues when it comes to Jake and his family?
I plan to keep reading this series because I really like this author. I hope this was just an one off.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By Fleetwoodboy on 10-25-17
A bit of a blowhard
A bit pedantic and relied too much on the continuing declarations of sexual intent.
The story line was missing anything of substance but in its favour it was a good easy read/listen and followed all the well known paths of romantic stories