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She's forbidden. I'm her doctor. She's my patient. My only patient. She's alone and in trouble.

From the moment I see her, I know she's special. As a resident, I've spent years living and breathing hospital life. Then she comes into my ER, and my need to help her is all consuming. Despite the consequences....

Even knowing I could lose everything I've worked for...I can't stay away. How far will I go to protect her?

Start listening to this sexy romance now.

Note to listener: This series can easily be enjoyed out of order. Stone Vows can be listened to as a standalone novel. It is the third audiobook in a series that follows three brothers.

©2017 Samantha Christy (P)2018 Samantha Christy

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A SLOOOOOOOW BUILD TO AWESOME

I’ll miss these sweet caring Stone brothers (and their significant others) as this very enjoyable series comes to an end.. but they’ve left me with happy memories of how they each struggled to get their HEA ending. And Kyle must of mentally struggled the most because, as a Doctor (a second yr Resident) ethics overruled what his heart and body already knew.. that Elizabeth, his mysterious pregnant patient, was his. But it wasn’t just one-sided because Elizabeth felt their chemistry too, their connection and their wealth of similarities.. however she had secrets.. BIG secrets and, no-matter how close they became, her past ruled and ruined her future and all that was left was a woman hoping for the impossible.

This book was told in two parts.. the first from Kyle’s POV and the second from Elizabeth’s - it was a very sloooooow burn before these two were eventually granted the impossible and that was only possible because Elizabeth’s past finally caught up with her. I loved the story however for me there were a couple of BUTs too. There were sex scenes early on BUT they were with his f...buddy and fellow Resident Gina.. I thought there were just too many and each one made my heart sink a little - I would’ve preferred it if they could’ve just been hinted at and referred to as they were the only intimacies until way waaaay into the second part of the book. The slow build was well written BUT was painfully slow and sometimes the budding romance took a backseat while the descriptive ER-building took centre stage and sadly it was heartbreaking too. However, it’s still a solid 4 star listen.. it just took its time to ferment and grow into something truly wonderful.

Worth a credit? Definitely YES and I think that’s because Erin and Jason’s awesome narration brought the one dimensional to life, gave characters heartbeats and conveyed all the necessary feels in a rollercoaster ride.

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I really enjoyed this book. So far all of the Stone brothers have stolen my heart. This book was a little different, it almost felt like 2 books in 1. The first part took place almost entirely in the hospital. I loved the way Kyle & Elizabeth got to know each other. They had time to fall in love and I always love that in books. It helps me to fall into the story completely. The second 1/2 of the book, outside the hospital was good but it felt a little rushed and a little predictable. That didn't change that I loved it and Kyle & Alexa's story!!

Again the narration is amazing!!! Erin Mallon & Jason Clarke are both rock stars!

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Nauseating

I’m usually pretty upbeat and try not to say bad things about a book, but this is awful. The characters are super immoral. A resident falling in love w a homeless pregnant patient and then performs her csec and still participated as her physician is beyond gross, controlling and possessive in a terrible way. I only listened to as far as I could because I love Jason clarks performance and voice. He can make anything good. The entire second half of the book is narrated by Erin, it’s awful. Erin is breathy, high pitched and unbearable. The female character is disgusting and weak. She uses and abuses everyone around her and still ends up with it all. This book portrays a terrible message to any young female. Stay away from this book.

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Dr. Stone is just what the doctor ordered!

I loved all three Stone brothers. I fell hard for Dr. Stone. It isn't too often that there is a swoony hero that comes from money and has a heart bigger than his bank account. He may be a bit cocky, but is a big softy underneath. Kyle is a second year resident who has a good thing going with Gina, a fellow resident...friends with benefits, neither of them looking for more. And then Kyle meets Elizabeth. A very pregnant, very mysterious girl down on her luck. This isn't a fast HEA book. This book has substance. It's a bit of a slow burn. Kyle realizes friends with benefits isn't what he wants and friends to lovers comes home with the WIN! Beautifully narrated by Erin Mallon and Jason Clarke!

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💘 this book loved the it from the very beginning to the end of it

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Almost perfection..

Standing ovation to Samantha Christy for yet another great book and series. This book was the exclamation point for me! Erin Mallon was great as always, but Jason Clarke I lack a word a word for. Stupendous? I thought it was very best work. The entire way through the hospital and/ot Kyle's part of the book...I was glued to my earbuds. Extremely well written. I could visualize everything. I do feel it was a tiny bit anti-climactic, but maybe it's because I just didn't want it to end. 5 Stars!

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Wow, home run,world series winning it all .

Of all the Stone brothers books, this is the best in so many ways.Bravo !!!!

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A Good story, But Beware.

The story of Kyle and Lexie had me at hello. Jason Clark who read the entire first half of the book was fabulous as always and Erin Mallon did a fine job. However it’s important to note that this story is about an abused woman and there may be many triggers. Although I kind of knew what was coming in her flashbacks it was still hard to listen to. I realized by the end of the first half of the book when it was Lexie’s turn to tell her story that it had taken on a bit of a dark turn. Though the abuse happened before she met Kyle, just hearing about it still had a sting to it. But the story was good and the other characters were people you’ll like. The ending, of course, was happy, so it was definitely a good one to read.

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Great story...a little unorthodox but good

Part 1 is about the main male character Kyle, meeting the main female character Elizabeth but still actively sleeping with his friend with benefits (there are details for those scenes) which takes away from the romance for me.

However part two makes up for it when the "real love story" (IMHO) begins. There's a crazy ex ("Elizabeth's") and detectives and people on the run. Its good. Worth a listen. Guaranteed HEA but after you get through about 35 chapters of part 1 of Kyle with Gina.

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Loved it!

As the third book in the Stone Brothers series this story was just what I needed. Kyle is the youngest Stone brother and a hard working and totally upstanding second year resident who finds himself falling for his patient. Lexi is a quiet pregnant woman with way too many secrets falling for her doctor. I love seeing the characters from the Mitchell Sisters series as well as the other Stone brothers and their wives showing up throughout this book as well. Without giving spoilers just beware that there may be triggers including abuse, rape, and miscarriage because a significant part of the book takes place in the hospital following Kyle and what he deals with as a resident. This is not a typical dual narration as Jason Clark brilliantly takes on part one as Kyle’s POV and then Erin Mallon masterfully picks up in part two for Lexi’s POV. All together though I loved it and consider it a five-star listen.

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  • anya lawson
  • 10-05-21

Excellent love story

Enjoyed this book alot its a modern twist on a love story something thats needs highlighting.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-31-20

third favourite in the series, I think

enjoyed the book once it got going but my third favourite of the trilogy. good but not great

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  • Zoeb
  • 10-31-19

Stone Vows

Yet again a great reading performance from Jason and Erin.

I’ve read the book several time’s, so to hear it brought to life this way was amazing, they both certainly did it justice.

The final book in the Stone Brothers series is another tough one, domestic abuse being the subject.

Samantha yet again brings this all together In a fantastic rollercoaster of a story.

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  • Mrs. C. Hunt
  • 04-13-19

Stone Vows

A great third book in the series this time the younger brother has to find what he truly wants for their happy ever after. Read brilliantly again by Jason Clarke and Erin Mallon.

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  • Gail
  • 05-11-18

mildly entertaining

enjoyed male narration far more than female. kind of bland. no specific ups or downs. just meh..

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  • susan
  • 01-12-19

Stone brothers series

Loved all three books and audio books caught cried for mad and fell in love with the story's well done and if haven't read the do because they are a great series