Published by Forever on November 1, 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
A New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling book. One of the Top 100 Romance Novels of All time on Goodreads! Archer's Voice is a full-length, stand-alone romance.
I wanted to lose myself in the small town of Pelion, Maine. To forget everything I had left behind. The sound of rain. The blood. The coldness of a gun against my skin. For six months, each breath has been a reminder that I survived---and my dad didn't. I'm almost safe again. But the moment I meet Archer Hale, my entire world tilts on its axis . . . and never rights itself again.
Until I trespass into his strange, silent, and isolated world, Archer communicates with no one. Yet in his whiskey-colored eyes, something intangible happens between us. There's so much more to him than just his beauty, his presence, or the ways his hands communicate with me. On me. But this town is mired in secrets and betrayals, and Archer is the explosive center of it all.
So much passion. And so much hurt. But it's only in Archer's silence that we might just find what we need to heal . . . and live.
Re-read for the Ultimate Reading Challenge 2018.
Re-released with a new cover in 2016. Still 5 stars!
I was extremely moved by Archer’s Voice when I read it three years ago. At the time, I didn’t hesitate to place it on my Favorites bookshelf. I was scared to re-read it, though, because I know my tastes as a reader tend to change. I shouldn’t have worried because I loved it every bit as hard as I did the first time.
Archer’s Voice is one of those elusive romance novels that seems to have it all—depth, fun, compassion, a wonderful cast of characters, and some sultry love scenes. Set in a cozy tourist lakeside town, it has a nostalgic feel. It’s a beautifully written, heartwarming story about two people who’ve been crippled by tragedy and are made strong again by each other’s love.
Archer’s gentleness and vulnerability touched my soul, while Bree’s bravery and kindness instantly endeared her to me. I loved the fact that the author takes her time in developing the layers of their emotional connection. There wasn’t a moment I wasn’t fully invested in their story. I devoured this book for a second time, and even though I was sad to say goodbye to all the characters I’d grown to love once more, I was left with a satisfied smile on my face. Until my next re-read…
Recommended for fans of:
Small tourist towns
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