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This former SEAL will see his mission through, no matter how painful....

When Nash’s best friend, Jesse, is killed on deployment, it’s his responsibility to return his dog tags to his older brother. As an alpha, he’s having a hard time grappling with his failure to save his friend - someone who counted on him. At first, Jahiah doesn’t seem anything like his brother; the omega is struggling to raise his son alone and is practically hanging by a thread. Still, there’s a core of steel to the man that Nash can’t resist. It feels wrong to fall so fast when they’re both grieving, but when Jahiah’s in his arms, it couldn’t be more right.

He needs to do it all on his own....

Jahiah’s too busy to dream about an alpha soldier sweeping him off his feet. Between his job and his delinquent son he can’t afford lose focus. But there’s something about Nash that makes him want more. No alpha could fall for a harried omega with a kid born to cause trouble, but Nash seems determined to prove him wrong.

How can Nash protect his newfound mate from the hardships of the world when the man won’t ask for help? Nash and Jahiah will need to confront their entrenched issues if they’re ever going to survive as a family, but will a fated bond be enough to hold them together or will invisible wounds destroy the foundations of the new life they’re trying to build?

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  • Loyia T. Lopez
  • 19-04-2020

Couldn't Finish Due To Horrible Narration. 😔

Let me start by saying I am a huge fan of Liam kingsley and have listened to many many of his books. Even though I do believe this was going to be a good story, I could not get through chapter 3. No disrespect to Anton Rush, but the narration was horrible. The character sounded like they were very elderly, frail, sounded exactly alike,(absolutely no disrespect to our elders). I can understand the mothers voice being seasoned but all the other characters from the pervious books and new characters in this story soundings the same. slow and vapid. I've purchased and have listened to the other books available so far in this series and have really enjoyed them, and keep them in my library for my future relistening. I do believe that this would have been a good continuation but I will not know because due to the narration I'm returning it.😒

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  • Brenda Irwin
  • 24-08-2020

Love the series

I love fallowing the Timberwood cove series. Seeing how the characters develop throughout the story excites me. However I had a hard time listening two Anton rush narrate this book. He made the characters sound like elderly people especially Jaxson. At times Jahiah and his son had the same voice/tone. When the narrator got to the steamy part of the book it was just wrong, it was like listening to an elderly man trying to play two parts (no offense to the elderly, be your beautiful self wrinkles and all). I love this series but I wish they had a different narrator. It will be hard for me to listen to the book again.

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  • April 🎧 Reads
  • 23-05-2020

Great story

I love this series. I’ve been reading most of it and listening to the ones I have on audio. When I got to this book, I was really excited because Nash’s story premise is so interesting. It’s got some serious undertones to it too. However, the narration just didn’t work out for me. Anton’s voice for Nash was great. The other characters though? Not so much. Jaxon sounded older than he should have been. And Jahiah with a lisp? It just didn’t sound right to my ears. I switched back and forth between audio and ebooks every chapter. This would have been a great one on audio but somehow, the narration just didn’t work out well for me.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29-05-2020

Two Thumbs UP!

I’ve never offered a review before, but this book grabbed me from the very opening scene, and would not let me go. The story nearly brought me to tears and allowed me to share the struggles and triumphs of both Nash and Jesse. I lost a brother through similar circumstances, so the story and characters really resonated with me. My hat’s off to Anton Rush who molded the characters with such emotion and realism that I could hardly stop listening. I will look forward to more from Liam Kingsley!

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  • Sue 🎧
  • 28-05-2020

story / narrator mismatch for me

Would I listen to it again: maybe if i needed something soft playing in the background
Did the story keep me engaged: reasonably
Was I invested in the characters: mostly

Story comment: reasonable pace, likeable characters, and an entertaining story.

Narrator comment: Audio-books are all about the narration for me and I'm on the fence with the narration on this one. Anthon Rush has a nice voice, good rhythm and believable inflections. Each character has his/her own voice, but i'm not convinced his interpretation for the voices is the right match for the characters or their personalities in this instance.
That being said, I still listened to it all and still enjoyed it, I just don't think he's nailed the narration on this one.

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  • K
  • 05-05-2020

Sadly, just okay

This is a great series and having read the books I've started listening to them and I have to say that this is my least favourable audiobook.

The narrator has a nice voice but with the exception of Nash, all of the characters sound like geriatric men, which is disconcerting when you hear the young females, the pack alpha, Jaxon as they are no more than early 30s. Cody's voice was unbelievable along with the robotic gatekeeper.

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  • Claudia CG Lezár
  • 05-05-2020

as good as the ebook

The story is always full stars, because if I wouldn't like the story as ebook, I wouldn't listen to the audiobook. I can't listen to an audiobook without knowing the book, that's not possible for me.

The performance from the narrator is also very important for me. I can't listen to a lot, because my English as a non-native-speaker isn't so perfect to follow a whole story over hours, when the narrator speaks too fast or too sloppy. Normally I have to SEE the person, who is talking to me in English. It took me a little bit, to come into the narrator, but at the end, it worked. I only have to take a few breaks between. I'm just not yet finish with the book, I’m over the half, but I listen enough to give a review.

PLEASE READ MY RATING SYSTEM!!!

To my ratings:

5* - very very good
it's like an A+

4* - very good and will be often re-listening
it's like an A

3* - it's more then a one-time-listening.
it's like a B

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