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Summary

A Wall Street Journal bestseller.

From New York Times bestselling author Susan Stoker comes a scorching Silverstone installment that finds a former military man racing to save the woman he loves as danger closes in on them both.

Former military man turned government assassin Kellan “Eagle” Trowbridge isn’t looking for love. He’d rather keep his head down at his cover job as an employee of Silverstone Towing. That all changes, however, when he meets Taylor Cardin.

Beautiful, smart, and witty Taylor instantly falls for the mysterious tow truck driver, who comforts her both in the aftermath of the car crash she sees firsthand and when the police dismiss her as a credible witness because of her prosopagnosia, or face blindness. Eagle, on the other hand, can remember every person he’s ever met - and the two counterparts forge an immediate connection. But someone else is just as intrigued by Taylor’s unique condition as Eagle is...and his intentions are downright deadly.

Soon, Eagle and Taylor are too caught up in each other to see the danger that’s approaching. But as time runs out, they’ll discover their love isn’t the only thing fighting to survive.

©2021 Susan Stoker (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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My first audible choice but an author I already like. I prefer reading myself as I get more immersed. The narrator was very good but the accent and voice changing grated. The story weaves in the romance and friendship of Taylor and Eagle with points of a rare disorder that means Taylor cannot recognise faces. This also gains the attention of a serial killer who starts stalking Taylor. Very well written story with all the team in the background.

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loved it

bought this one first absolutely loved it and realised it was a series I'm looking forward to to listening to the other ones

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Trusting Taylor

This is one off the best story’s I’ve heard for a while . It had everything in it love , it was exciting a great story . Please tell me there’s another one after Trusting Taylor I liked the sound of the next story at the end so thank you Susan Stoker xx

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So glad I had put the release date in the calendar

Thank goodness my calendar told me about todays release. Listened to it in one sitting. Highly recommend this book, amazing narrator and great story.

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  • 03-03-21

Another grand slam from Susan Stoker!

She sure does know how to bring different health issues to the forefront. And makes it relatable, and teaches you how to handle situations in a much more careful manner.
This story is so heartwarming.
I laughed, gasped, and shook my head all in the first 2 chapters. By the end of the book I wanted to reread the first booknof the series and then jump back into this one!

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  • 26-09-21

average,

this story is slow moving, I set my speed a little faster and kept fast forwarding. too much harping on her disability. we got after the first few hundred times of focusing on it. this is the 2nd one I read and can't read another one. story had good potential and the towing company is building a nice family but won't put more $ into the rest of the series. narrator does a nice job

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  • Mike S.
  • 06-08-21

Read book one, skip this one. It’s the same plot

Book one overarching plot reused. Author phones this one in. Didn’t research or consider what living with Taylor’s disability would actually be like. I got to the last hour and a half and gave up. As for ways to catch the bad guy: Finger prints! Camera on your phone! Use the resources at hand to catch an obvious stalker. The FBI guy who’s wife was killed would have run fingerprints in a heartbeat! How about video of the bad guy at the pizza place? Traffic cams? If you’re going to write books about badass men who can track terrorist then they should have the ability to search traffic cam footage. Install cameras at the apartments. Eagle couple spot people who don’t belong but that never comes up. Instead, the main characters are left looking like idiots. Terrible book

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  • P. Phan
  • 18-04-21

Great characters, story & narration

I loved this story by Susan Stoker and it was great to see that Taylor was not your typical heroine; she has a unique medical condition which is face blindness where she cannot identify a person by looking at his/her face. It was great to see that this condition did not stop her from living her life but it sure did provide some suspenseful moments with a stalker after her. I loved our hero, Eagle who can recognize anyone’s face and I loved how protective he was of Taylor’s well-being. The narrator did a great job bringing the characters and story to life with her performances.

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  • Josee Giroux
  • 03-03-21

Couldn't stop listing!

This story had a little bit of everything. Suspence, romance and angst. I can't wait to see what's up next!

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  • K Nabs
  • 11-05-22

Wanted to love

This was free KU read and listen AND it qualified as a top book in 2021 for my Kindle app challenge so I thought “why not?” Well it’s in the romance genre, but it was mostly a suspense stalker thriller type book. There was an H and an h and a stalker…. It’s weird. The audio version I didn’t love - maybe if I read it it would have been better? Nothing wrong with the narrators female narration, but her male voices were not good. It took everything in me to finish it honestly.

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  • Customer
  • 25-03-22

Sigh...

Great story, bad narration.
Not as bad as the first audiobook but still bad.
I got all the available books in the series, hopefully the third one will improve.
With a better narration, it would have been 5 stars.

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  • Suzie
  • 17-02-22

A bit disappointed

I’m a Susan Stoker fan but this one isn’t her best. The story drag a bit.

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  • karen mccollin
  • 29-12-21

great read

I love this book there are some sick people in this world, I love the ending

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  • Mandy Smith
  • 16-12-21

This story is my favorite so far

I loved the uniqueness of the h’s disorder of not being able to recognize faces, even her own. The H is the opposite and remembers every face he’s ever seen. He uses that skill as a seal. But her condition is so interesting to me. Had no idea this was a real thing. I couldn’t put this one down. The suspense was good throughout w/ a serial killer always right there! 5 stars!