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Ok, this story really rocked me, and I don't know if it was the fantastic telling of the story, or the characters in the story or that sexy, mouth watering, heat in your pants Phil Gigante narrating, needless to say I listened to this story twice.
Cane Kirk is a Veteran, who has lost part of his arm, and has been rejected by a couple of females because they "didn't want to get involved with a cripple." This has made him surly, rude, and angry. He frequently ties one and goes on a rampage and the only one who he responds to is Bodie. Well Bodie has issues of her own and when she asks Cane for monetary help he takes it wrong, and goes off on her, leading her to do the only thing she can to save her family.
Don't miss out on this one it was really good, and especially with Phil narrating and Natalie Ross producing. This is one hot couple that can really tell a tale. This two did the last 3 books in the Fever series, by Karen Moning. They really bought the books alive.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Wyoming Fierce to be better than the print version?
Have not read the book so I can not compare. Long book so easier than holding in hand for many hours.
What did you like best about this story?
I liked the interaction of all the characters in this book. Explosive many times between Cane and Bodie's characters though there was tenderness of course. Lots and lots of misunderstanding. Cane is so hard headed and angry most of the time that he causes a lot of pain to those who care about him. Bodie really deserves better from him but in the end of course it does work out.
Which character – as performed by Phil Gigante – was your favorite?
I would say Cane as he does his anger and confusion so well. I also enjoy the performance of his brothers.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
More than one actually and would be hard to pick which one made the most impression on me. What happens when she does the only thing she thinks she can to save her home from her stepfather (real creep) is intense and moving. Cane of course manages to make a mess of this as well as other times he misreads what is going on around him. Stubborn, stubborn man.
Any additional comments?
Read or listen to the book. It is good and worth the time or credit.
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
my favourite books of all time are horror and action BUT i love light hearted romance novels/chic lit too and because my reading is interfering with how many hours i put in at work (self employed home worker) I thought i would start listening to my books whilst i work and I loved it. This is a nice book though slightly repetitive at times. I do prefer my main leads to be less pure and godly but I really did enjoy it over all. I can honestly say I laughed so hard i snorted a few times, very inelegant I know lol I spent much of the time imagining what the guy who read this must have been thinking during some parts of the book. I can honestly say I prefer to read the book myself so i can set the ambiance and tone of voice myself but this is a niche that I am sure I will be spending a lot of money on - I have just purchased the next one in the series :D
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
its a romance novel so slightly predictable but thats not a bad thing - its the reason i read romance novels
Have you listened to any of Phil Gigante’s other performances? How does this one compare?
I think he is extremely good at his job a few times his tone of voice didnt reflect the emotion or tone suggested by the writing but thats just me being overly picky.