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Fire and Onyx
- Carlisle Deputies, Book 5
- Lu par : Miller Stevens
- Durée : 5 h et 38 min
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A Carlisle Deputies Novel
Undercover sheriff’s deputy Evan Whittaker is close to infiltrating a vicious local gang. He just needs to find an opening. Instead, he finds Wes Douglas, a web designer who is raising his irresponsible brother’s son. Wes agrees to help with a stakeout, but he pays the price when his home is destroyed in a shootout.
Evan’s always been a loner, but when he invites Wes into his home, living together feels right, and the two men only grow closer as they adapt to each other’s lives and rhythms. A future as a family looks brighter by the day, but all of that could collapse when Wes’s brother—and his connection to the drug dealers—crashes into the life they’re carefully building.
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- Sue 🎧
📖 Story comment: Easy pace, likeable characters, interesting plot
I enjoy this series - I like the "realness" Andrew Grey writes and that the Law Enforcement guys are all good guys doing the right thing.
I liked Wes character, that he stepped up and took responsibility for his brothers baby and I'm happy things worked out for him in the end.
🎧 Narrator comment: I enjoyed Miller Stephen's performance and he improves with each book he narrates. I like the clear difference between Evan's voice and the general dialogue, but I would have liked a bit more of a difference between Wes's voice and the general dialogue. Overall though, he's done a reasonable job of the characters giving them each their own voice, he narrates at a good pace, has good timing, inflections and intonations and brings life and emotion to the story. That's more than I can do myself and enough to keep me happy. 😊
📌 Where does it fall on my personal scale? 5½
• 1 not my thing • 2 didn't like the narration • 3 didn't keep my attention • 4 was good, but once was enough [3⭐] • 5 enjoyed it [4⭐] • 6 will listen again if i'm in the mood for the narrator [4⭐] • 7 goes on the "re-listen" list [4⭐] • 8 kept me up past bed-time [4.5⭐] • 9 recommended to family/friends [4.75⭐] • 10 own it in all formats [5⭐] • 11 keep a copy with me at all times [5⭐]
- Jennifer Javorsky
Good story but…
It was a good story, but I almost didn’t know that. The middle was quite boring to me. The MCs seemed more evenly matched than in a typical Andrew Grey story meaning one wasn’t constantly preaching to the other.
Miller Stevens did a better job narrating than in book 4 of the series.