At 33, Coy Davidson is a beautiful blonde with a southern accent and a successful practice as a physician assistant. She has a comfortable home, good friends, and a loving family. She's also a widow, carrying a burden of responsibility for her wife's untimely death. She lost her footing that day, gave up her dream to be a doctor, and swore off relationships. Now, three years later, she's ready to turn her life on end in an effort to regain what she lost.
At 29, Coby O'Brien is a woman with secrets. She's estranged from her family, a recovering alcoholic, and alone because she's convinced that she's unlovable. When she loses her job as a heavy equipment operator, she'll accept one that'll force her to step way outside her comfort zone into a life where nothing is, as it seems. Having caught next to no breaks in life, it may turn out to be her break of a lifetime.
When Coy quits her job to accept a position in Antarctica, her path will cross with Coby's. Their attraction to one another will be immediate, and despite their differences, it won't be long before they fall in love. But for these two, with all their baggage, will love be enough?
©2017 KA Moll (P)2017 KA Moll
A good enough story but lousy execution.
The narration was nothing less than irritating - I so wish narrators wouldn't try accents. in this one, Diego the Mexican was more Diego the Russian.
Coy is appalling - passive aggressive and manipulative. Oh, poor ol', little ol', whimpering me.
Colby is more likeable. But I can't decide if the author or the narrator failed to deliver the flawed but fighting Butch an authentic voice. We are told she is butch but, until she carries some shopping, we see no evidence of it.
The time on Antarctica is brief and, bluntly, we could have been anywhere for all the felt sense the reader gets of this fascinating and amazing place.
So, No. Not recommended.
"I would give it 10 stars, if I could."
Already restarted it, because I know it will be just as good the second time as the thirtieth.
Coby,because I could relate to her struggle.
I have read the book, and gave it 5 stars.....but Ms. Beresford takes it to a new level. Am going to look into other books she was recorded.
When Coy told Coby the truth.
This is an amazing story, whether you read it or listen to it. I think this is one of Ms.Moll's best works. This one is worth every dollar you spend.
"A Sweet, Emotional Romance"
A sweet, romance with a couple of character surprises to keep you entertained.
If you are looking for the story of two women with hangups who find love then this is the story for you.
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