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You Make Me Tremble

Narrated by: Brittni Pope
Length: 6 hrs and 45 mins
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Summary

Animal rescue worker Iris Mallery thinks she has created a stable and secure home for herself, but when her small town is battered by an earthquake, Iris needs to rebuild not only her own life, but the lives of the displaced dogs and cats now filling her shelter.

The quake's effects are personal for Iris, but not for seismologist Casey Radnor. Casey is a scientist above all else, logical and disconnected from the natural disasters she studies. When she rescues a stray dog from some rubble, she finds herself caught up in the lives of Iris and the others affected by the quake, despite her best efforts to remain professional.

The beautiful San Juan Islands in Washington State become the epicenter of both the earthquake and the collision of Iris's and Casey's hearts. Can love bind the shattered fragments together again?

©2017 Karis Walsh (P)2017 Bold Strokes Books

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love it.

loved everything about this book. so what you waiting for get it either by credit or pay.

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  • Kloee
  • 27-09-17

you make me tremble

loved the love story and The narrator's Voice was very believable and perfect for this book

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  • Sab
  • 25-08-17

The story? Is great

Yes it is a new story, an interesting one, well written, the narration, not so much... Brittni Pope sounded a little bored, the recording had an echo that sounded as if she recorded it in a restroom... seriously...
But we loved the story and we learnt to ignore the sounds in a way.

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  • Charlotte Cox
  • 21-08-17

Story great

Narrator awful. Fell asleep 5 times. Good that I love shelter stories and Washington

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  • AZ Desert Gal
  • 02-02-19

Quirky characters awkwardly finding each other in scenic setting

Okay the characters are kinda nerdy and neurotic or maybe I've forgotten what it's like to be a college educated 20 something. I listened for the dog rescue angle and the setting of the San Juan islands which I enjoyed visiting as a mid 20 something. Hope the author has more stories available on audible.

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  • mavivalip
  • 04-01-19

The timing of this story is perfect

This is a great Northwest romance. I wish all earthquakes as described in this story , along with it’s aftermaths were not as devastating as many truly are. But this is fiction based on some real facts. Listening to the story brings out the written word well. The author did a nice job with this story and as always provided a very nice happy ending.

I truly like Brittni Pope as a narrator. She puts great emotion into her narration. Her cadence is perfect, and she describes and is able to narrate the various moods and emotions into this story and the author intended. My only distraction in the narration is when she mispronounces key word, usually a name of place or location pertinent to the book/story (Willamette). This is the second time in a month I listened to her and found her mispronunciation a place or location. It could be she is just not familiar the correct dialect of the placer or location, but it is an important piece this narrator has to figure out how to overcome. For those of us who are familiar with the location or place being mispronounced, it’s disconcerting. I hope in the future she verifies with the author how to pronounce key places or locations so it does not kill the mood in those scenes.