- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 6 hours and 55 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
- Audible.com Release Date: January 28, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SWDC9WE
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Wynter's Journey: Scallop Shores, Book 3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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The characters are very likeable and believable. There is nothing extraordinary about them, just two friends, trying to catch up on lost time. When Wynter comes looking for Sam in hope of not having to go back to her overprotective parents, Sam’s life and heart is turned upside down. He has never forgotten his friend from back home, the girl whose heart he was hoping to win someday. However, he never expected her to come looking for him after so many years and pregnant. Maybe life just wants to give him a second chance. Now all he has to do is overcome his guilt and fears. Easier said than done…
The title has Wynter’s name, suggesting the story is more about her life, not Sam’s. A widow at a very young age, she comes looking for support in her best friend. I liked her strength and determination to make it on her own, to raise her child on her own. However, comparing her life with Sam’s, I think he was much more entitled to have his name on the cover. She was selfish at times, especially not thinking too much about his reasons for staying away. I was not very confortable towards the end, where she is much more willing to accomplish her dreams, not theirs.
The narration was good, Gabrielle de Cuir did a nice job telling Wynter’s story. There were moments where her voice was a little raised, when in reality I don’t think it was necessary. But other than that, I really liked her!
All that said, this book was an amazing read and it really lifted my spirits a little. It is never too late to have the life you want, you just have to keep it clear in your mind where you’d like to go and who you want to become.
Sam finds a crying woman on his door step. Wanting to offer help he moves forward only to be halted in place by a strand of hair. He life takes a turn and this winter things will change for him forever.
I would like to say this was a beautiful romance, but that would be selling this story short. I found this a beautiful story about love, loss, life and choices. Jennifer DeCuir has made this a beautiful read that has me wanting to find the other books of this series.
Narrator review . . . of WYNTER’S JOURNEY (Scallop Shores, #3) . . . I found that Gabrielle did a wonderful job narrating this beautiful journey of life for both Wynter and Sam. She made the inflection perfectly. She gave a unique tone and intonation to the different characters. I had no problem distinguishing between the different characters. The ebb and flow of the narration made the read just go by with little effort. I began the read and then it was over. The quality of the audio stood up to increase in narration speed and volume. I found not glitches in the audio, which made me very happy. The background sounds were non-existence for me. I found the ease of the laughter, the sorry, the relief was alluring. Gabrielle brought to life a book that made me stand up and take notice of a new author to my readingdom.