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Hammer

Regulators MC, Book 2
Narrated by: Lucy Rivers, Joe Arden
Series: Regulators MC, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 45 mins
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Summary

She is strong and independent, but jaded. He is a hardened soldier. Two people are forced to come together to move beyond the physical injuries of one.

Desirae Shythe is a physical therapist driven to see her patients thrive. Her happiness in life comes from her success, no matter how small the step. Ethan "Hammer" McCoy is known for having an iron fist and an iron heart. When an injury confines him to a wheelchair, he meets the fierce physical therapist who makes it her personal mission to see him walk again.

As they both face the struggles of his rehabilitation, can he hammer his way into her heart?

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Chelsea Camaron and Jessie Lane (P)2017 Tantor

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loved it!!

this was a brilliant story. Such anger following his injury and Des trying to hide her own pain made for some really interesting interactions. Great chemistry between Hammer and Des too. Also a few really touching moments. A good listen well worth the time.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 05-12-17

Dual Narrators Rocks

I really like the dual Narrators point of view. I'll buy more of these books.

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  • V from Kansas
  • 20-02-20

🌻I can’t be the only listener that feels this way!🌻

🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻V from Kansas 🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻

I like this series, I really do, however, There is one thing I’d really like to change. All of these books end abruptly, as soon as the major conflict ends and the Hero and Heroine commit to each other. I wish that the H/h committed sooner or that book was longer so that we listeners could share more of the good times, between the H and h. I guess I have read/listened to so many Kristen Ashley’s books that I have become spoiled.

This isn’t typical MC series. This group is more of a military team that rides Harley’s and performs covert missions. There are some hot sex scenes but not many. Instead of club whores, they have bar flies. There isn’t any internal club drama and the violence isn’t graphic or often. In addition, this club isn’t much like a 1% club, they may approach the line of illegal behavior but, they exist more on the side of the law instead of against it.

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  • Carly
  • 22-07-19

narrators are better.

3 hrs in, I'm enjoying this one. The narrators on this one are better than the 1st one. When the female narrator goes into a low male voice, she slows down, quite noticeably. The male narrator can read the dictionary & I'd listen.
There seem to be some timing inconsistencies between the two books, but it doesn't bother me enough to re-listen to "ICE".

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  • Desiree Lee
  • 23-05-19

Unanswered question

If Susie was ****** because they “thought” she had a flash drive, then they went after Des for the same item. If Des had the item and knew what was on it, (especially after seeing what happened to her sister), she’d have used it to leverage her freedom...that plot point didn’t make sense to me. What’s on the flash drive and who has it?