A Heroine in Distress....
In the span of one afternoon, Maggie Sampson lost everything-her job, her fiancé and her inheritance. The thing she'll miss most though is her mind. What else could explain her vision of the handsome and enigmatic stranger who retrieved her engagement ring when she hurled the rock into the Atlantic Ocean? Normal people just don't do things like that. Sometimes fantasy is better than reality.
A Hero Who Needs Saving....
To the rest of the world, Neil Phillips is a decorated war hero, a Navy SEAL who has what it takes to get the job done. In private he is a walking raw wound with two boys, a broken marriage and a nasty case of PTSD. Despite his personal struggles he helped Maggie when she needed it most. Now, Maggie is on a mission and she's not going anywhere until she returns the favor - with interest.
Who Needs A Hero?
A warrior with a wounded heart, a woman with nothing to lose-there are no victims here, only courageous souls, both in need of rescue.
What members say
- Barbara Tobey
Would you consider the audio edition of Who Needs A Hero? to be better than the print version?
Loved the voice. Wished I had been reading a print version so that I could skip the intimate details. Oh my...
What other book might you compare Who Needs A Hero? to and why?
Not a clue, maybe another of Jennifer's books.
Which character – as performed by Suzanne Cerreta – was your favorite?
Maggie was a great voice.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Not able to listen in one sitting. Life does require other voices in my head.
- Dayreader Reviews
Good Story, Narration needs help
Who Needs a Hero? by Jennifer L. Hart was a good story, I enjoyed the commentary the heroine had with herself and other people. Maggie's down on her luck and can't catch a break.
Neil is a Navy Seal so yeah he is an alpha male, but he has a sweet side and loves his two little boys. He is having issues in his life as well. I felt like we really didn't get to know him really until the end of the book.
Since this was an audiobook, I was listening to this and it kept my attention. The only problem I had and my reason for the 3 stars was the transition between the characters on the audio. Sometimes, I couldn't tell who was talking. Maggie's and Neil's voice should not be so similar in the passion of love. It was really just these two characters that sounded too similar for me.
I still enjoyed the book very much and it made me smile!
I give Who Needs A Hero? By Jennifer L. Hart 3 Platypires
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Graphic but with realism
I normally do not value romance books; this one is the exception. I appreciated the realism woven into the story in spite of its graphic nature. It helped me gain just a bit more insight into human nature.
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