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Kneel Down

Narrated by: Brian Pallino, Stella Bloom
Series: Nailed Down, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 20 mins
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Summary

My job as a SEAL has always been to go in and save the day.
But even heroes fall. Even heroes make mistakes.

My only saving grace was Gin Sullivan.
My knockout best friend who wasn’t afraid to tell me the truth even when it hurt.
She’d pick me up when I was wallowing in my own stupidity.

It wasn’t hard for me to fall for her.
Any man would.
She was beautiful.
She was smart.
She was everything I’d ever wanted.

I had plans to tell her that, squash the pining we’d both done for two years.
But a bullet to the gut silenced me, and Gin got tired of waiting.

Now, I have a new mission, one that I can’t fail:
Do whatever it takes to make Gin mine forever.

©2019 Chelle Bliss & Eden Butler (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Need to read others first

I did not read the previous 2 books in series as it said it was a standalone. However I got a bit lost at the start and just couldn't get into it. 2 hours in and I realised Dale wasn't a SEAL anymore and did something on the set of a show. The prologue was also confusing about mafia etc. But if you've read the previous ones it will probably make sense to you and therefore you'll already know background and characters better. I didn't fancy the previous 2 from their descriptions so gave up in the end.

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  • Jeannine Tankersley
  • 23-03-20

Great story

I listened to this book while I was working, like I do all of my audio books, and found myself lost or confused at times. Overall this is a great book with a terrific story line.

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  • Angela G.
  • 15-03-20

Third in series - Gin and Dale

The assistant and the muscle. Dale's a Navy Seal trained protector, but Gin doesn't need physical protection. Her heart needs guarding from the only man whose broken it more times than not and after what happened at the cabin, distance may be the only solution. But even that may not work forever.
Brian Palino and Stalla Bloom combine their narrative talents to breath life into these main characters. There rawness and pain becomes palpable as the story progresses and the Chase heats up.

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  • Ames Hart
  • 30-12-19

Love this story!!

When two people are meant to be together but are too stubborn to allow each other explain anything, you have Dale Hunter and Gin Sullivan. Chelle and Eden do a wonderful job of taking us into Gin and Dale’s story and not letting us go until the last page. Well, even then you’ll be wanting more. This is one I’ll definitely have in in the car for long drives.

The vocal performances were good and mostly fit what I would have expected from the characters.

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  • Diane Kerr
  • 27-11-19

Boring and frustrating

I have trouble listening to books where all problems exist because two people don’t talk to each other and both are always jumping to conclusions. I had to force myself to finish this book, the only thing that made that possible was the narrators did a good job.