For his country - as a Navy SEAL in Vietnam. For his family - as the proud son of immigrants, a fierce friend, beloved husband, and father of seven strapping sons. For his life - in war, in covert ops, and now unexpectedly stricken by a shadow that's loomed over the Callaghan men for generations.
Jack's most recent brush with death brings back a lifetime of memories in vivid, realistic detail. The best times of his life, as well as the worst. Through it all, he's always fought the good fight, because he's always had people depending on him.
But now, his sons are grown, with families of their own. They run the Pub, the Team, and the family, as well.
After 25 years without his croie, he's tired...tired of fighting, tired of existing without her. Especially when he is so close to seeing his Kathleen again.
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By Jonella A. Moore on 16-12-17
Oh my...I cried!
I have been listening to each book in this series as soon as it’s released and have just loved them all, but this has to be my absolute favorite. There were seven Callahan sons born to Jack and Kathleen and we’ve seen each of them find their soulmate in the previous stories. In this story, we focus on Jack, their father who has been alone since he lost Kathleen decades earlier when the oldest boy was only 16. He’s missed her every day since, because she was his soulmate. The thing is, Jack hasn’t been feeling too well, but has not told anyone or seen a doctor. While visiting at the farm with his family he is feeling awful but walks his oldest little granddaughter over the hill to the pumpkin patch to get herself one before the public comes and picks them over. When he collapses there she runs to get her daddy and the Callahan boys are faced with possibly losing their father, a man they always saw as indestructible. Jack, on the other hand, is seeing and hearing Kathleen and having conversations and dreams about their life together, sort of reliving everything. The question is this- is Jack getting ready to go to be with Kathleen, or is there still a purpose God left him alive. This was such an emotional book that I felt myself tearing up many times. Narration was just excellent. I highly recommend this audiobook- you won’t be disappointed!
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By Lori on 01-01-18
Honestly, I put of listening to this book because I didn’t think it would be as good as the others. I was so wrong! It had me crying and laughing. It was so great to get a back story too. I think this one was my favorite. The narrator was great as usual.
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