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Having read this in print more times than I should actually admit to......I thought I'd see if I could achieve getting anything done.....(so hard to get housework,shopping etc. whilst having my nose constantly stuck in a book) and WOW two days later I have a tidy house and painted my whole garden fence!!!! So going to start turning all my favourites of hers into audible..... next up Tate,Ty,Tanner and my all time fave Hank xxx
I listened to Kristen Ashley's At Peace and absolutely loved it. We got to know Mike Haines in that story where he was a good guy and liked Vi, but was not the right guy for her. And in At Peace we also learned that Mike loved the farm next door. He bought a house overlooking it. We just didn't know yet that the reason he loved it so was for Dusty Holiday.
The two are straight shooters and waste no time getting reacquainted. I enjoyed this about the two of them.
The Burg Series is a slow build series. It's more about the journey than one specific thing happening to the couple and you really feel like you get to watch them grow. For me, personally I need the pace to move a tad faster, but that is just this series feel.
We also got a bonus love story here between Reece Haines and Finn Holiday. This was sweet. Kristen Ashley doesn't write YA but this sure had a flare of it and I enjoyed the young love story in addition to Mike Haines and Dusty Holiday.
Because I enjoyed this story but needed to feel like more was happening I would give the story a three.
Narration: FLAWLESS 5
So that's where I get my 3.75. Is this worth an audible credit? Absolutely. I think it's the type of story you can put down and pick up because Kristen Ashley sure writes lovely romance that can make you feel good despite my reader preference on pace.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
This book was my favorite of the series. I loved Mike in book 2 and had been rooting for him to win Violet but it wasn't to be. It turned out for the best. Mike and Dusty were meant to be. Dusty had been in love with Mike since she was 12 and he was 17 or 18 and he saw her as his best friends little sister. In spite of a number of bumps, from annoying to life threatening, this book shows a family of blood and friends come together to form something beautiful. This book is well worth the credit.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful