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Just because helping out is the right thing to do doesn’t make it easy...

Pierce is on the hunt for Salem, a K9 military dog that belonged to Pete, a veteran, who can no longer look after himself or the dog. So, the dog has been handed from owner to owner, until she’s become too much to handle, and now, the law is involved. No one has Salem’s best interests in mind, and they definitely don’t have Pete’s, either. Pierce is about to change all that - whether they like it or not.

Hedi, a young deputy, has lived in Arrowhead, Colorado, all her life and knows Pete and Salem but was helpless to do much when greed overtook his friends and family. She recognizes in Pierce the same qualities that Pete has, and by Pierce’s actions alone, she knows a corner has been turned. She also understands the locals won’t take it lying down, and this means war.

Pierce served his country overseas for many years, and seeing another veteran in trouble makes him realize the fight isn’t over, even after life in the Navy ends. In fact, this battle has just begun. But, this one, Pierce will finish. And he plans to win.

©2019 Beverly Dale Mayer (P)2020 Beverly Dale Mayer

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Narration not up to standard

The narration of this this book was had to listen to. I nearly gave up

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  • SilkenWindhounds2
  • 08-04-2020

Book was awesome. The narration was horrific.

The storyline was so good. It has you on the edge of your seat routing for the good guy the whole time. This narrator was so robotic and monotone he killed the enjoying of the story. I have read and Listened to every book in 3 other series and enjoyed all of them. this narration made me want to scream, he was so bad. I say read the awesome book. skip the audio.

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  • kathy
  • 05-05-2020

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Did not like the narrator at all. He was to monotoned. I couldn’t stand it, I even changed the speed but it was still awful

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  • Judith Murphy
  • 09-01-2021

great story. lousy narrator

As us Dale's story is wonderful. Unfortunately the narrator is awful. He doing most of the story in a flat monotone that is just painful. The book would be better enjoyed by reading it instead y listening to it. I loved Pierce's story in spite of the narrator but I wish it had been a bit longer.

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  • J. Kiser
  • 02-01-2021

It's TRUE - This IS the worst narration ever heard

I liked the story, and if it had been narrated by ANYONE who had inflection in their voice, it would have been very interesting. But ... it's true! Although the pitch of the narrator's voice is pleasantly masculine, I'm thinking this might have been an experiment with a robot??? (Although Alexa and Siri sound more human ;-). The monotone was incredibly distracting. The author might want to think about pulling this presentation, and try a do-over. Ryan may be the nicest guy ever, but "voice acting" is not his calling.

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  • Pamela Bowman
  • 02-01-2021

distracting narration voice

The story line is good. The narrator has a very monotone voice. It sounds computer generated. I would suggest just reading this book instead of listening to it.

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  • mr. awesome
  • 01-01-2021

The reading

It sucked it just want to put me asleep you should have had the one that did the first book

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  • Penny
  • 29-11-2020

Good story but...

The person reading a book can really have an impact and in this case I think I could have read this book better. I’m going to finish listening to it because I want to know what happens.

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  • Sam Lynn
  • 15-10-2020

awful narrator

story was great. narrator sounded like a computer. had to buy the book to finish

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 29-09-2020

concentrate on the story itself

it was painful to listen to this story simply because of the robotic monotone narrator.

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  • Lvberly
  • 22-09-2020

Umm the reader is.....

The reader (Ryan Frankona) is like a cross between a robot and the cop from dragnet. "Just the facts!"

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