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Fire and Sand
- Carlisle Troopers
- Narrated by: Miller Stevens
- Length: 5 hrs and 42 mins
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Can a single dad with a criminal past find love with the cop who pulled him over?
When single dad Quinton Jackson gets stopped for speeding, he thinks he’s lost both his freedom and his infant son, who’s in the car he’s been chasing down the highway. Amazingly, State Trooper Wyatt Nelson not only believes him, he radios for help and reunites Quinton with baby Callum.
Wyatt should ticket Quinton, but something makes him look past Quinton’s record. Watching him with his child proves he made the right decision. Quinton is a loving, devoted father—and he’s handsome. Wyatt can’t help but take a personal interest.
For Quinton, getting temporary custody is a dream come true…or it would be, if working full-time and caring for an infant left time to sleep. As if that weren’t enough, Callum’s mother will do anything to get him back, including ruining Quinton’s life. Fortunately, Quinton has Wyatt for help, support, and as much romance as a single parent can schedule.
But when Wyatt’s duties as a cop conflict with Quinton’s quest for permanent custody, their situation becomes precarious. Can they trust each other, and the courts, to deliver justice and a happy ever after?
Fire and Sand is the first book in RWA Centennial Award-winning author Andrew Grey’s Carlisle Troopers series. Fans of found families, second chances, and guys with hearts of gold will love this contemporary romance.
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- Sue 🎧
📖 Story comment: Easy pace, likeable characters, interesting plot
I like the "realness" Andrew Grey writes and that his Law Enforcement guys are all good guys doing the right thing.
I liked Quinton's character, that he stepped up and took responsibility for his 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. 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, Bad Narration
First the narrator: He makes one MC sound like he’s constantly bored and the other whiny and preachy. Although, Andrew Grey stories do tend to be imbalanced and preachy.
The story plot was interesting and kept me guessing how the story would end.