• Signal 41: Saving Carson

  • The Signal Series, Book 1
  • By: LC Taylor
  • Narrated by: Xander Stone
  • Length: 2 hrs and 29 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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Signal 41: Saving Carson

By: LC Taylor
Narrated by: Xander Stone
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Publisher's Summary

Carson Harding's marriage is falling apart.

Her husband's lies finally catch up to him, forcing her eyes open to what needs to be done.

Just when she finds the courage to walk away, consequences be damned - an accident changes everything. An accident that will force her to overcome more than a failed marriage.

Jason Hunter has seen it all working on squad truck.

Sometimes death is inevitable and he's learned to accept he can't always be the hero.

But something about the signal 41 he works leaves him wanting to be a hero...

For her.

Will the accident leave Carson broken forever or will Jason show her happiness in spite of tragedy?

Signal 41: Saving Carson is the first stand-alone in the Signal Series.

Mature reader warning: This audiobook contains a lot of panty-dropping sexiness! There is raw sexual language (aka dirty talk), a little violence, and tons of heat! It is intended for readers 18+ and fans of the naughty stuff. If that's you then be sure to check it out!

More by LC Taylor:

  • Mystic Valley Shifters
  • The Glass Heart
  • Bound
  • Phoenix Night
  • Lipstick & Lead
  • Cracked
©2019 LC Taylor (P)2019 LC Taylor

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Loved it !! this story. the narrator is so fantastic it's like your really there!! good overall

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Great

It is a great story with some really good characters. The narrator has done a spectacular job and I really enjoyed this book. I recommend it!

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Not for Me

This book has several elements that make it not resonate with me:

The dialogue is chessy; to the point of me saying out loud, "Really?" and "Seriously?" It made me roll my eyes at almost every line uttered by the characters.

The characters are one-dimensional with little to no development.

There is out-right porn in the middle of this tragic and traumatic plot. Lovemaking with emotional impact would be more appropriate in this case, not down-and-dirty porn.

The entire premise is completely implausible. The inta-love is too instant. The bad guy is too bad, The good guy is too good. It's not written with any kind of believablility at all.

The narration was OK. There is a mispronunciation of the word 'probably' every time it's used. There are a couple of grammatical faults. I mention ti because all of these instances were obvious errors.

I only finished this book because I agreed to write a voluntary review after receiving a free copy. If i had paid for it, I would have returned it for my money back.

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Good quick read

I was pleasantly surprised by this book. I didn't think that 2.5 hours would be enough time to cover all the blurb promised. It did! It was a very fast moving book which explains why there are such kind of unbelievable leaps in all of the relationships.

At first, I was unsure about Xander Stone as a narrator for this book, but after about 5 minutes I felt he was a good choice.

It was a nice, quick listen and I look forward to the rest of the series.

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Emotionally Touching

Signal 41, Saving Sarson by LC Taylor was a Emotional story so much love, hate, heartbreak, betrayal, loss, greif, and new beginnings packed into an incredibly well written and preformed story. I loved it I cried in sadness and in hapiness with this story. I was amazed so much could be placed into a short story as this book held . i highly recommend this listen.

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So much potential!

I had to force myself to finish the book--though it’s quite short--because the narrator bored me to tears. But the subject was interesting, though tough, and I wanted to see how it could end well.

The book deals with the loss of a child, which is a difficult topic to write about, and it does it mostly well. Even the intimate scenes are seen as an escape from the pain--how a real relationship can come out of it, that’s a wonder though.

I think love comes too quickly here. Though I totally got how both characters could be attracted to each other, seek each other--the woman who’s lost everything and the man who wants to protect and help--I didn’t see the love, the connection. It could have happened later in the relationship, but so fast, I didn’t get it.

My main problem was with the manicheism in the story. On one hand, you have Carson’s husband, who’s a monster--he has no care for his wife or his kid, isn’t above mental and physical abuse--and on the other hand, Jason, a caregiver at heart and who’s ready to change his life for someone who he’s just met.

I also would have loved to know more about Jason’s past. His situation is barely brushed. Why had his parents’ death had such an impact? What is his day to day relationship with his coworkers?

It’s almost like the author had focused so much on the plot that she had forgotten to develop real characters to support it. So much potential! Maybe I’d have liked the book better if I had read it instead of listened to it.

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Beautiful Story

This is the first book of The Signal Series. This is an emotional, and beautiful story. The narration is well done. I was given a free review copy of the audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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A very emotional story!

A breathtaking emotional well paced story with very likable characters and a very intense storyline full of emotional suspense, self doubt, fear and heart wrenching loss that had me tearing up throughout the story until finally coming to a sweet steaming hot HEA! I must say narrator Xander Stone did a fantastic job with the this audiobook bringing all these characters to life! I definitely recommend this audiobook to anyone looking for a fantastic story!

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Tragic with a happy ending

Have a box of tissues handy this story will tug on your heart. If you have children it will tug even harder. This is a beautifully written tragic story. I'm glad Carson had Jason and the entire station for support. I'm not sure why child endangerment and manslaughter charges weren't brought up again Max's father but....
Narrator Xander Stone does an amazing job, so much emotion in this story.

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Yowzer! Have a Kleenex ready!

This is an emotional story! It’s is fast paced and kept me interested. There are sad elements in here so beware. The characters are heartfelt and they have chemistry and yet a sweetness between them. Thank Goodness for Zeke!

I listened to this on audio. Xander Stone has a perfect voice. I loved listening to his voice in this.