Hannah Malone loves her new town. Despite living in Cunningham Falls for five years, she's still considered a "move in" by most of the locals, and that doesn't bother her in the least. She's the "new girl", and she hasn't regretted it for one day. This town is her sanctuary. Her home. The one place she finally fits in and feels safe after a lifetime of being different and running from the memories and a past so far away it can't haunt her anymore.
As the newly appointed police chief, Brad Hull has the responsibility to keep his citizens safe and to maintain order. His roots in this town are deep - five generations deep, to be exact. Cunningham Falls, Montana, is his town, and being a cop and protecting what's his is his passion. Everything's running like clockwork until a sassy redheaded doctor moves in and disrupts the order - and Brad's focus.
She's not just beautiful, funny, and strong. Hannah's everything he's been looking for in a woman. The chemistry is undeniable, and the heat in the bedroom is off the charts. Brad knew the minute he met Hannah that she was the one for him. He's tenacious in his pursuit of her. But when the past catches up with Hannah, will Brad be able to protect her and their hearts?
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By Amazon Customer on 20-03-18
I listened and hoping this story would improve. But it didn't. Kristen Proby can write so much better.
If you're one to enjoy listening to someone have anxiety attacks over and over, then this audio book is for you. Jillian is an O.B. doctor and knows there's different types of help for anxiety and doesn't follow through til almost the end. (OOPS spoiler alert). I was disappointed with her character. 🤐
The narrator's are new to me and did an excellent job with what they had to work with.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Jen B on 21-03-18
The narration was good. Tonal inflection, tempo, etc were spot on. The story had promise, but the heroine wrecked it. I know it was her character to be a worry wart, but it was too much of a bad thing. As someone that suffers from anxiety, it felt too forced. I couldn't finish because I couldn't believe the heroine. I couldn't believe her extreme range of dichotomy and think she was a real person. I'm disappointed because I love Kristen Proby, but this book just wasn't for me.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful