⭐️🎧⭐️ AUDIOBOOK REVIEW ⭐️🎧⭐️
Hit&Run by Freya Barker
Narration: Tanya Eby, Patrick Zeller
Four ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars from Britt
Length: 7 hrs, 51 mins
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Returning home to Grand Junction would not have been Rosie Perkins’ first choice, but with her mother no longer able to take care of herself, it’s the only one she has. As is working the night shift at a local hotel to bring in a much-needed income.
Rosie juggles to keep all the pieces of her life together and has no room to add anything more. One morning after a long shift, when she witnesses a hotel guest crash into a dumpster, her careful control starts to unravel.
Security specialist, Jake Hutchinson, has his hands full protecting the arrogant lead actor of a movie being filmed in town. Since the production company and crew arrived at the hotel, the entitled star has been nothing but trouble.
The only thing that can improve his mood is the occasional nightly glimpse of the redheaded housekeeper.
Until he finds himself trapped between desire and duty.
Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 review:
Hit&Run was already a stand out book, but in audio it’s taken to the next level! Tanya Eby and Patrick Zeller brought two of my all time favorite characters to life in a way that made me feel even more than I already did with this story.
When it comes to the story itself picking up a book written by Freya Barker truly is like stepping straight into a whole new world. I always find myself so wrapped up in the story, the characters and just the entirety of everything she creates with her words that nothing outside of that book can penetrate my little reading bubble. Hit & Run is no exception to that. I was absolutely riveted not only by Jake and Rosie, but also by side characters like Rosie’s friend Grant. Then there was the mystery and suspense all built around that. Then there was the heartbreaking yet moving relationship Rosie had with her mother and her mother’s failing health. I could go on forever about all the details big and small that come together to create such a captivating story.
I adore how Freya Barker never fails in writing such real, in depth characters. Rosie is a woman who’s life is far from perfect but is not brought down by that life. Does she get tired? Yes. Does she have crap days? Of course. But Rosie does what so many of us do and keeps moving forward through it all. Then there’s Jake. Rough around the edges, but caring and thoughtful, it’s easy to see how Rosie fell for him. Their romance will melt your heart while the suspense surrounding them keeps you hooked even deeper to their story.