Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Healing the Quarterback

Healing the Quarterback
Wildhorse Ranch Brothers, Book 2
By: Leslie North
Narrated by: Rebecca Roberts
Series: Wildhorse Ranch Brothers, Book 2
Length: 3 hrs and 18 mins
Unabridged Audiobook
Release date: 12-12-17

This is a story about misunderstanding, surprises, chemistry and passion laced with humor, love and a delightful plot. Very short and sweet to the point with no fillers. It is a story that held my attention from the start with a wonderful plot, characters and narrator. They meet he is a player in more ways than one, she is a fan, but she isn’t telling it all. The attraction and chemistry between these two are all the charts. She isn’t impressed with his playing ways, he so impressed by her he can’t see straight. She walks away to meet other team players, he is caught up with fans and his job. She gets away but not for long….my oh my he sure is surprised to find out what her profession is.

Rebecca Roberts's narration is wonderful I really like this narrator from her wonderful many voices to the emotion she puts into her narration. Her male voices are just as great as her female ones. She has a smooth sexy voice you could listen to all day. Her male characters are rough, tough and strong. I didn’t care too much for the voice she gave to Charlie I didn’t think it fit him but I did like what she did with it and how she made him so playful and sound like a real player but and in dearing one. With Ms. Roberts different tones you have no doubt what each person is feeling. You can hear the fear, the passion, the playfulness, humor in her voice. I heard no background noises or any place where the audio is louder than other places. There was one place she did repeat a word but it didn’t take away from the audio. You get a clear clean audio that sounds wonderful that will leave you hanging on every word. If you haven’t listened to anything by this narrator I recommend you do she is very talented. I am sure you will love her as much as I do.

This was such a fun listen I fell in love with the plot, the characters and the humor. Charlie is wild, exciting and a player, but he knows when he sees the girl he wants but his playing lines get in the way, and she calls fowl before he gets out of the end zone. He isn’t giving up, and she isn’t giving in, hum I wonder which one will win. Yes this is a fun listen but it is emotional too when they careers get in the way they may have to call a time-out. The scenes are hot and steamy once these two come together it is off the charts, what a touchdown. I loved the humor, the baiting, the plot and the characters there wasn’t anything I didn’t like about it. The author knows how to pull you in, taking you away, keeping you invested until the end. In fact, I picked it as one of my favorite listens to this year.

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Charlie Wild knows how to score. On and off the field, he’s been a force to be reckoned with since his father taught him how to throw a spiral in the back pasture of Wildhorse Ranch. But a recent injury calls into question his ability to play football and points a finger at his wild child reputation. He’s been given an ultimatum: overhaul his image by renovating his hometown hospital or get off the field.
The last thing Dr. Dylan Rose needs is yet another man telling her what to do, and certainly not what to do with her hospital. She’d left Houston and the sports stars she’d fixed there, tired of watching big, bulky men beat each other up for fun. So when Charlie Wild limps into her hospital, she wants nothing more than to fix his hot body up and see that great ass walk out the door.
Charlie is taken by the sexy doctor. Her sweet smile hides a sharp tongue that he enjoys baiting just about as much as he loves kissing it. He’s on board for following her prescriptions and more than willing to teach her new ways to score in the sheets. But when it comes to the final seconds of this play, he’s going to have to decide what is more important: The doctor he’s learned to love, or the game he just can’t quit....

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