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  • Heartsong Cottage

  • The Eternity Springs Series, Book 10
  • By: Emily March
  • Narrated by: Amy Landon
  • Length: 8 hrs and 41 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (76 ratings)

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Heartsong Cottage

By: Emily March
Narrated by: Amy Landon
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Summary

Two weary strangers are about to rest their burdens in Eternity Springs, where there's hope for every broken heart.

Haunted by the loss of his wife and son, Daniel Garrett left the police force to devote his life to finding missing children. But he still hasn't found a way to mend the wounds of his past - until he attends a wedding in the small mountain town of Eternity Springs and meets a beautiful, intriguing woman who offers a glimpse of something Daniel thought he'd never have again. Sometimes life gives us a second chance at love.

Shannon O'Toole isn't looking for romance. Ever since her fiancé's death, she's created a quiet life for herself restoring Victorian cottages. Still, she can't deny her attraction to the handsome, broad-shouldered stranger. Daniel makes her feel things she hasn't felt in years - including the desire to share her secrets. But can Shannon trust a detective when doing so could bring danger to her cottage door? In Eternity Springs, anything - and everything - is possible.

©2015 Emily March (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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worth listening

a bit more substance than usual chick lit. pity about the robotic narration.

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One of the best titles in Audible’s membership

This is the second Emily March I’ve listened to courtesy of the audible membership inclusion.

I deliberately seek out books with heart, a love story, likeable characters and a strong plot and, for me, an all important, pleasing ending, These somewhat narrow criteria and an in-built requirement of the predictability of a happy conclusion, can lead to some rather silly narratives lacking emotional depth.

Happily this was not such a title. With a little of the Nora Roberts - in her less violent mode, there was the tension of characters grappling with profound tragedy, in fear for their lives, wrapped in an element of mystery pulsing as romance unfolds.
This is undeniably easy listening but which I thoroughly enjoyed listening to apace.
And the Christmasy looking ‘cover’ is misleading it’s (for me) thankfully, not another Christmas themed tale.

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Loads happing in this book

Love the series from Emily, always a happy endings. Much needed in this crazy world.
Also like when characters get cross referenced.

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Enjoyable easy listening

Another lovely heart warming story from Eternity Springs. I have enjoyed listening to many of these stories, not necessarily in the right order but nevertheless I have enjoyed them all. Emily March has a great way of telling compelling and interesting stories. Highly recommend.

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Heartsong Cottage

Great story and flowed well, however narrator’s attempt at some male voices made them almost sound robotic.

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Helps the housework along.

The basic plot was ok. But there was too much indulgent introspection and cringe worthy, unnecessary sex scenes and sexy language. There was lack of attention to detail eg. Why did Daniel need to use a condom when he had a vasectomy? Neither method was successful. Really? What papers did Shannon produce in order to get married? For 80% of the time the story was painfully slow, but the final 20% was rushed. The narrator's pacing was annoying; she consistently appeared to have completed a sentence but then added a name.

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Boring

The narrator does a really really bad male impersonation - emotionless, no inflection, monotonous and boring.

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Tolerated

I was interested in the story but only made it to the beginning of chapter 4 before the narration became intolerable. read with a complete absence of emotion; sounded like a computer narrating with pauses in the wrong place. I even tried again because I was interested in the story but if I want to know I'll have to get the book.

sorry, Audible. this one is a FAIL.

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