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The Devoted Groom

Quinn Family Romance, Book 1
Narrated by: Stephen Dexter
Series: Quinn Family Romance, Book 1
Length: 4 hrs and 25 mins

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Summary

A grieving football player hoping his son will speak again. A speech pathologist with a dark secret. An unexpected love that sparks danger from the past.

After Ryder Quinn’s wife died, his four-year-old son stopped speaking. Desperate for a solution, Ryder hires Bree Stevens, a spunky speech pathologist to be his son’s nanny and therapist. Bree moves in, breathing new life into their home. As his attraction for her grows, Ryder fears he might have more help than he bargained for.

Bree Stevens quickly falls for the devoted father and his adorable boy. But when her twisted past catches up with her, she has to choose: selfishly hold onto the love that she’s found, or leave and keep them safe.

©2018 Cami Checketts (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Jerky man
  • 11-11-19

Rabid reader

I am really enjoying the Titan series! I hope we get to find out what happens to Jasmine next. Great story, good clean fun, great characters! Keep them coming!

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  • Jennifer Norman
  • 24-10-19

A different kind of love story...

the story was sweet though I must admit the mc sister's current story was a little out there and a little distracting from the main story but little Tate and his dad made up for it.

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  • Reggie
  • 16-08-19

Feel good story w swoony H and cool h!

Who doesn't love a good story of a single dad with an adorable kid? A boss-nanny relationship? Some danger with romance? Well we check off all of those in this book! NFL player, single dad, widower...all words to describe Ryder Quinn. He lost his wife to breast cancer almost a year ago, but his marriage wasn't all roses even before his wife's diagnosis. Now he's coping with the aftermath of a relationship that shouldn't have been, well except for the fact that he got his awesome son out of it, and trying to get his son to talk again. When he hires a speech pathologist/nanny to work with his son, Ryder does not expect to get an outspoken, fun young woman...but that's what he gets. Bree grew up in the foster system after the death of her parents, at the age of 12. To make matters worse, she was separated from her 10yo sister. She had a rough time but survived and made it through college. Now with her first well-paying job, as a therapist/nanny, Bree can finally afford to replace her POS car and hire a private investigator to find her sister. Bree doesn't plan on the insta-attraction to her new boss, but that's what happens. Now Bree and Ryder just have to navigate the pitfalls of a personal relationship with boss/employee, while determining how best to help little Tate regain his speech. Of course, there is also the suspense of locating Bree's sister, Jasmine, and finding out that she's some type of undercover agent with bad guys chasing her.
As previously mentioned, lots of action, drama, fun times and love are packed into this short story. We get brief glimpses of the other Quinn siblings and can look forward to their stories as well. The narrator did a fabulous job with all of the characters...he really upped the 'swoon' factor in Ryder! Can't wait for the next book!

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  • Miss Right
  • 31-08-19

Sweet romance

The hero is super handsome and buff, the heroine stunningly attractive. Surprise! They’re instantly drawn to each other. That’s kind of the problem; if everything is wonderful, it’s a fairy tale, not a romance.
That being said, the characters are likable in spite of their gorgeous looks. The little child is cute and lovable. The house is even beautiful.
When everything in a story is great, what you have is chewing gum instead of something delicious that you can digest.