- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 3 hours and 44 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Lorhainne Eckhart
- Audible.com Release Date: December 12, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N7FSSVL
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He Came Back Audiobook – Unabridged
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Believable characters, interesting and informative dialogue. Easy to follow storyline.
I will re-read this story as I do all her stories. I always look forward to, pre-order when possible, new works by this author.
The reason I gave the story a 4 was that I wished it was a little longer so that I could understand the characters a little better. I did read it in one sitting since I had to know what happened. That is a mark of a good story to me. I read a great deal of books and some I never finish because I don't care. I have never felt that about this author. I read everything that she writes and wait diligently for the next installment. I think this is a standalone and you don't have to have read anything else in order to know the characters or the story. I recommend it as a good read.
1. Sean, former military, suffering from PTSD, finally gets into counseling after almost killing his wife by choking her. GOOD!
2. Annie, Sean's wife, also suffers from the trauma of the choking and fear of her husband, but she gets NO! counseling! What????
3. Zac is very protective of his wife and wants a family. Diane is a cop and loves her job. Zac, who lost a child because the mother put herself in a dangerous situation and both mother and child died, wants Diane to quit her job but she wants to keep working. So in typical "the man is always right" terms, she quits her job. Zac even tells his friend, Sean, "It had taken a lot of waiting and patience on his part, giving her the space she needed to make the decision he wanted her to make. “So how did you twist her arm?” Sean asked. Zac looked back at his friend and said, “Just by loving her, giving her time, and trusting she’d make the right choice." So much for a woman knowing her own mind. Why is Zac's choice the right choice? Why is the man always right in this author's stories?
4. Everybody in this story has secrets and lies by omission and just seem not to add drama to the story but get tedious in their repetition.
I just found myself saying over and over again as I read this story-What? Again with the whining? Grow up! Get counseling!
This is just not a great book.