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Sawyer

Hiding and running, that’s what I’m good at. It’s who I am. It’s who I have to be....

For Sawyer Brower, the picture-perfect town of Pelican Bay was just supposed to be another place to take refuge for a few months before moving on. One year later finds the seemingly unflappable wildlife veterinarian settling into what’s supposed to be the quiet life of contentment he’s always wanted.

But there’s nothing quiet about the arrival of the gorgeous but very bitter ex-soldier who seems intent on destroying what’s left of his life after losing his legs to an IED.

Jett

I didn’t just lose my legs in that godforsaken desert, I lost the man I used to be...the man I should’ve been. How the hell am I supposed to come back from that? I can’t. I won’t....

While it took years of hard work and determination for Jett Sharpe to prove he deserved a spot in a prestigious military academy followed by an illustrious career in the army, it took just seconds for it to all be over. With nearly all of his brothers-in-arms lost to a roadside bomb and his own future irrevocably changed, Jett’s got little left to live for.

So when his best friend shows up in Oklahoma with an ultimatum—go freely with him to Minnesota or by court order—Jett knows he has little choice in the matter. But hell if he’s going to make it easy on any of the men who keep trying to convince him he’s family.

Two men running, one from the past, the other from the future....

Nothing about Sawyer and Jett makes sense. Not after their disastrous first meeting and most certainly not the white-hot chemistry that keeps pulling them together. Scarred minds and wounded souls are forgotten when desire takes over, but masks have a way of settling back into place for two men who have nothing real to hang on to.

Can Sawyer and Jett let the walls that are keeping them safe within themselves fall, or will they miss out not only on each other, but the very thing the town of Pelican Bay is offering them?

A place to call home.

©2022 Sloane Kennedy (P)2022 Sloane Kennedy

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This was another great installment. I loved the story. wish I heard more in the way of growth with Jet and Sawyer's relationship but it was good good empowering moment when Sawyer "got his wings". That being said the audio recording has a few issues when Micheal was changing voices and it was a bit distracting when it will fade in and out. This may need to be re-recorded in those parts to really enjoy the power of the book. Otherwise. loved the story and narration.

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Abused Vet meets Broken Veteran and Bond over Abused & broken Military Dog. And…nothing else.

I love The Pelican Bay Series, I was disappointed this book wasn’t as good as the 1st & 2nd, it felt chopped up. So many handwringing, descriptive pages about the main Characters history the story was lost in what read filler instead of content. Previous books hinted at a dangerous past from Sawyer, which was explained many times, in more graphic than the one before. Sexual, Physical & Emotional abuse is a trigger, and difficult to listen to. I felt I didn’t get to know Jett-at all. The swift change threw me off.
I had been a fan of Michael Dean, but his limited number of voices makes the story cumbersome.

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The Best!

One of my favorite series ever and this book is the best! Excellent storyline, character development, relationship development, and perfect narration. Highly recommend!!

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I love Pelican Bay!

The men of Pelican Bay are all so interesting and Sawyer and Jett did not disappoint. This series has had so many different men and personalities that it was been so fun to read/listen to. Of course Sawyer and Jett both have a sordid past but a stray veteran dog brings them together. You don’t want to miss this.

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Finally, Sawyer's story

Sawyer was introduced in the first book in this series, and once we got to the third book I was starting to wonder if we would learn his story.

I'm so glad he did. I have to admit I had a little crush on him through the first 3 books. His story was nothing like I thought it would be, but like all the other characters he also had a lot to go through. It isn't just the animals that find sanctuary there.

Both Sawyer and Jett have scars to overcome, though Jett's are more obvious and can be seen, while Sawyer's are underneath and need to be pried out. It was so lovely to see them helping one another and then getting through it together.

I really enjoyed this one and am looking forward to the next one in the series.

Michael Dean as a narrator I have a love-hate relationship. I sometimes wish that when a book is told through the two main characters they would each have their own voices and different narrators. I find Michael Dean can be a little over the top and overdramatic at times. He certainly isn't one I look for.

Overall I enjoyed reading it and then listening to it. Great story and well worth the credit.