Wednesday, 2 September 2020

Audio: A sweet Alaskan Fall by Jennifer Snow

Narrated by: Melissa Moran


Series: Wild River, Book 3


Length: 10 hrs and 22 mins


Release date: 08-25-20


Harlequin Audio


To review



Montana is a adrenaline junkie, but after a accident she had to give it up. Even her kid. Yes that was pretty heartbreaking. Her brain took a hit that sometimes she just has these blackouts, so she spent 10 years with her parents instead.



Now she is back, starting a new career, getting to know her kid. It also seems I missed some drama in the previous book when she came back to her ex and his new girlfriend. Maybe for the best . I still do not understand the whole giving up for 10 years, I mean couldn't she have lived in the same city and had visits with her daughter that were supervised?



Anyway she is back, building a life. Trying to connect with her hunky neighbor Eddie.



But then there is some drama, and Eddie is hurt. I liked Eddie, he was such a good man, and now his life is totally different because of an act of violence.

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Sweet story.



Good narrator. I liked her voices and she set a nice pace and tone to the story 




Montana Banks has returned to Wild River, Alaska, for a fresh start. Adventure has always been in her blood, but while an injury leaves her unable to participate in her favorite extreme sports, Montana settles for teaching base-jumping classes at her friend's tour company. Settling in has been almost too easy: a great job, her family's acceptance and her own apartment--right next door to straitlaced police officer Eddie Sanders.



Eddie has always had feelings for Montana, and now that he's leaving for a new job in Anchorage he wonders if he should've taken a chance with her sooner. Then a moment of violence the night of his going-away party leaves him badly wounded. Seeing Eddie's job opportunity lost and self-confidence following close behind, Montana is determined to show him all the reasons he has to pick himself up again. 


9 comments:

  1. Ooh, a story set in Alaska. I'd probably be more interested in that than anything else, haha!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  2. Totally agree what were those ten years about. I guess though head injuries can be severe.

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  3. This sounds like a sweet read and I like the cover.

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  4. Karen
    I did like the cover :D

    Mogsy
    LOL, but yes I totally get that

    Kahtryn
    She was fine, she could just have blackouts, so if she has been supervised?

    Naida
    :)

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  5. An extreme sport for me would be taking a walk while listening to an audiobook. ;) This sounds like a sweet story...Alaska is a favorite setting of mine.

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  6. Book of Secrets
    Lol, the best extreme sport

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