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I owed her an actual phone call. Mia's official announcement is in the below. Very good listen. Ican send you some money if it means getting you home more quickly. Archer and Bree are average people with normal insecurities, and I love how together they helped each other. This is about us deserving to have a life together.
Also -- can this please get made into a movie???? Seriously - I can picture every scene in my head. It would be absolutely incredible!! Read this book, guys!! View all comments. It hit all my five star plus buttons. I loved it that much!
Archer Hale has spent his life in solitude. Something traumatic happened to him when he was seven years old and left his voice box so damaged he could no longer speak. He lived with his uncle, never leaving the property. I was a freak. I was out here alone and isolated for a reason- I was to blame for so much tragedy, so much pain. I was worthless.
He comes to town every once in a while to buy necessities, and most just ignore him. That is until Bree Prescott shows up.
Bree leaves her hometown of Cincinnati Ohio which just happens to be MY hometown ; to head to the small lakeside town of Pelion Maine. Tragedy has struck her as well, and she needs to get away for a while. Start fresh. You are strong and you are going to be happy again. Do you hear me?
Do you feel it? Something she wants to know more about. After living her life with a hearing impaired father, she knows how to sign. She wants to talk to Archer. Archer is hesitant to let Bree in. He has been isolated and secluded for so long, he finds it hard to be around her at first. Bree Prescott is a very determined individual. She knows what she wants, and she wants to be friends with Archer Hale. She only wishes everyone could get to know the real Archer.
If they only knew. If who only knew what? Everyone in town. Why do you let them think that? Just easier that way. It works for everyone involved. Archer and Bree start making a habit of seeing one another every day. Little by little, she gets him to break out of his shell. Then there is the haircut. Who would have thought something so simple as a haircut could bring some feelings to light.
Archer is obviously inexperienced when it comes to women, but he wants Bree, and he thinks she feels the same. Did you Did you want me to touch you? Yes I wanted to kiss you, to touch you. Bree more than wants Archer. She is falling for him. Bree tries to get Archer to come out more, to join the land of the living. You are a real person, you can live a life like other people do. With the friendship and love Archer and Bree are developing, there is also some drama and suspense going on in the background.
His aunt and cousin run the town. Until Bree. Bree tries to protect Archer from it all. Just her love. She is everything to him. He never thought he could have a love like this. Never dreamed it could happen.
This is what the burden of loving me looks like. Loving you is an honor and a joy, Archer. Be able to stand together and be there for one another? Bree and Archer together are magnificent. Everything between them was beautiful and genuine. Their friendship turned relationship was wonderful to watch grow and develop.
It is a rarity, but when I find a book where I love the hero and the heroine equally, it makes me a very happy reader. That is the case here. Bree is sweet, strong, understanding, patient and kind. She is sincere. The way she treated Archer with kindness and respect from the start made me love her even more. Then there is Archer Hale. Archer is broken, awkward, shy and enigmatic. He is not your typical hero, but that only made me love him more.
He had the sweetest soul and that is what made me fall in love with this beautiful broken man. The love, the chemistry, the friendship, the communication, the attraction and the understanding made their relationship special. This was such an exceptional book for me. A memorable story about two remarkable people who find love in an unforseeable situation. An emotional journey that had me laughing, crying, and swoooing. The writing was exquisite, every page captivated me.
This has taken the spot of my favorite book in so far. I would highly recommend it to all! I was finally home. Not the place, but his arms. The place where I felt loved. Until me. Who is he? What is his story? And what is Bree running from? A feel-good read! Loved it! Suspense, angst, reflection and an epic love that will melt your heart. Would I re-read this book: Would I read future books by this author: This author seems to be a hit or miss for me. Leo, I did not really like.
Stinger, I loved it…. I think my expectations were way too high. Every single one of my friends who has read it gave it 5 stars. Pressure was too much and it did not work for me… It is a lovely story, 3.
Pressure was too much and it did not work for me… It is a lovely story, the characters are nice, the prose flowed but there was something missing to give it that little push for a four or five star review.
It felt more like a YA read than a NA read…. At 48, I might be a bit long in the tooth for these stories… I hope you enjoy it if you do read it. View all 26 comments. Where to start, where to start Maybe if there was one person to come up with the story and another person to execute it, we'd have more winners out there.
It's so hard for me to get past the surface stutters and find the best parts of a story when I'm having to re-read sentences in order to figure out what exactly is going on. Two days later I drove past Archer's house on my way back from lying on the small lake beach and his gate was slightly open. A thrill shot down my spine as I got off my bike. Okay, so that's not a huge deal. I suppose you can drive a bike. I, however, prefer to ride a bike and drive a car, which made me have to read the passage more than once.
Archer's Voice was filled with many random little hiccups in writing which made me pause. It was also filled with repetitive behaviors yes, the same person did wink at two different people on the same page and the standard romance terms which are always sure to make me cringe. You can always tell when romance writers read too much romance. Body parts will weep or leak or flood Bree had a lot of wetness pooling between her thighs , wombs will clench in this book it was a tummy clench , and everything is felt in someone's core.
I tend to think of "core" as an exercise or yoga definition used to describe the area you're needing to work out, and not some mystical part of my body where all of my good time sensations are felt. I don't think this author used every one of the standard terms, but there were a couple in there which made me do the "yep, that person's a romance reader" head shake to myself.
I'm never a fan of musky as a description or even a scent being described as "male. I make a motion to strike the word core from all romance books from here on out.
Maybe there was no right or wrong, no black or white, only a thousand shades of grey when it came to pain and what we each held ourselves responsible for. So, so deep. So, not so deep. When Fifty Shades are not enough I think I'm wandering around in my own review now, not even caring if I'm on track.
Focus, woman. Why I wanted to read this book: I heard there was a beta male. I might have a wee bit of an obsession with beta males at the moment. Why this book had potential: The small town setting was charming. I was also interested in how the lead male was a reclusive mute who had very little interaction with people.
Why the story kept me reading: I liked Archer.
I liked the setup of how Bree and Archer got to know each other. I especially liked seeing Archer come out of his shell and become a stronger person than he was pegged for. He also had the ability to learn things fast, which was super convenient for bedroom times. All in all, the story itself was decent. I might recommend the book to someone looking for an unconventional romance. If you can overlook some hiccups with the writing, the romance is actually charming and quite enjoyable to read.
How the writing fell off the rails: I never bought into the "person owns the town" angle. It reminded me of Pollyanna. Does anyone remember Harrington or Harringtown or whatever it was Aunt Polly owned that town?
I felt like I'd been swept back in time without warning. I guess, in a way, this is how some parts of small town America still are There were far too many coincidences. Bree knows sign language because her father's deaf which meant she could sign to Archer , Bree lost both of her parents as had Archer , etc.
If you find yourself thinking oh, how convenient more than once or twice in a story, it's probably all too convenient. The writing was in need of further editing. Employee's eat for free? I don't even know what that's about. I listen to your breathing and the way you dig your fingers into my hips right before you're about to come.
She can hear his fingers digging into her hips? With a gun in his hand. A look of pure hate on his face, and zigzagging. Her eyes popped open and she looked at me with round eyes. There has to be a better way to phrase this.
Her eyes suddenly opened, appearing large and round? I don't know. Anything has to be better than what was on the page. Some scenes were just plain awkward to read. Bree has a dream where the water is caressing her skin and she wakes up with hard nipples.
I should probably mention that a man was indeed on top of her in that dream, but the sentence transition kind of effed the whole thing up. I didn't buy that Bree was able to get through to Archer so easily. If someone's been a recluse for near 20 years, it might take more work than she had to put in.
I wish I were kidding. Bree had flashbacks. Flashbacks are for movies. It works better to use dreams or triggered memories in books. And lastly, this: He had a crease in each cheek, not dimples exactly, just the way his cheek muscles moved when he smiled.
I stared at those creases as if they were twin unicorns that he'd been hiding from me under his beard. View all 42 comments.
All fans of a sweet, heart-warming romance! I had put off reading this book for awhile because I had heard all the hype and was worried that I'd be disappointed. Now, I'm kicking myself for waiting so long!
I loved this story! It didn't take me hardly any time to fall in love with Archer. The socially awkward and reclusive man had a spot in my heart from the start. Even at his worst, he pulled at my heartstrings. Bree was also a character that I felt drawn to immediately.
She was strong and so caring. I loved her kindness and persistence. I don't want to give much away here, because this is a story that deserves to be read.
I loved every minute of it and it is definitely a new favorite of mine. I'd give it more stars if I could. View all 40 comments. He smiled back and put his lips against mine, mouthing, I love you, too, as if he were breathing love into my body. This is my 5th time of reading this book but still it makes me so happy Ahhh I'll never get tired of reading this beautiful book. Archer's Voice is going to be a movie.
Mia's official announcement is in the below. OMG I can't wait to see Archer on the big screen!!!
WOW what a remarkable story. I felt pure love, joy and happiness every single word. My God, it was perfect. You must read it. You must meet Archer Hale. You MUST I read this book 4 times in English and 1 time in Turkish. I just can't get enough of it. And I still can read it over and over again And now you've taken it away. And all the noises, all the sounds in the world, Aren't loud enough to pierce my broken heart.
I look up at the stars, endless and forever, and whisper, Come back to me, Come back to me, Come back to me. I'm afraid that you'll leave and that I'll go back to being alone again. Only it will be a hundred times worse because I'll know what I'm missing.
You wouldn't be alone. Show me other ways you like to be touched. How did that happen? I'm here because of you. I'm here because you saw me, not just with your eyes, but with your heart. I'm here because you wanted to know what I had to say and because you were right And that is going to be the great joy of my life, Bree Prescott. I am so desperately in love with you. Is it enough, Bree?
And, Bree, in case you're wondering, I don't ever want it back. View all 43 comments. View all 11 comments. It's as heartwarming as it is heartbreaking and has the perfect blend of real-life issues, powerful romance and heart-and-soul.
I loved it. View all 53 comments. A little sappy and predictable , but a sweet, heart-warming story nonetheless. Two people who felt lonely, scared and insecure, and found their redemption in each other. Bree's life drastically changed one stormy night, that left her paralyzed with fear and excruciating A little sappy and predictable , but a sweet, heart-warming story nonetheless. Bree's life drastically changed one stormy night, that left her paralyzed with fear and excruciating flashbacks, until she had enough and decided she needed a fresh start far, far away.
But Archer had it worse. A tragedy marked him when he was a child, physically and emotionally, and after that he felt worthless, and he drowned in guilt and despair. Until they met, and they were given a chance at happiness.
But were they strong enough to grasp it? And maybe those parts most of all. There was something simple yet lyrical in her writing, that seized your heart. You could feel her grip but it wasn't painful, it was light, like it belonged there and only there.
I was filled with longing and a bittersweet melancholy , I teared up and smiled and sighed and wished that love would be enough to fix everything. And thankfully, it was. But no, he did not use his vocal cords, but he did speak.
With his eyes. His gestures. His wonderful soul. In most books we deal with alpha-males, men confident and cocky and badass, but Archer Hale was not one of them, and it was refreshing. He was sensitive, naive, and inside him existed the 7-years-old child that lost everything and the years-old man at the same time.
His scars ran way too deep, his self-loathing and his inability to speak prevented him from living a normal life and he was so, so alone. Most of the times I wanted to hug him and comfort him, make him believe that everything would be okay and that this silent, beautiful boy deserved love. He deserved Bree. My word for love is Bree. Her dedication was really moving, I admired her for her strength and her devotion to Archer, the way she was always there for him when no one was, fighting and loving and teaching, seeing the good in him, protecting him and saving him.
She had her own demons and her own grief, but she never gave up. Some twists and turns were far too easy to predict why oh why there's always a strong heartbreak towards the end?
Do authors feed on our pain? Do they sacrifice our hearts to the Book Gods? It's one of the greatest mysteries of the universe. There were also the typical villains that did the typical villainous stuff, and I wanted to murder Travis and his evil mother with a seething passion. And scissors, apparently. Seida Hissen. Benita Martinez. Rosa Santana. Debra White-Crisswell. Great Book. Added to my favorites list. Marissa Robinson.
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It was just kind of the last thing I needed, you know? Everything just got to be… too much. Ilaughed a quiet laugh. In other ways, not just yet. But Ifeel good about this place. Nat paused again. Ijust mean, this feels like a good place to get away to for a little bit… oh gosh, you've gotta go. Your mom and aunt are waiting for you. We can talk about this another time. Inever felt entirely safe.
Would Iagain? Ifound a cottage right on the lake.
Maybe before Iturn back around? Ireally miss you. I'll call again soon, okay? Bye, honey. Phoebe settled in at my feet. Ifell asleep the minute my head hit the pillow. Irolled over and looked at the clock. It was just past six in the evening now. Istretched and sat up, orienting myself. Igot up, Phoebe trotting along behind me, and brushed my teeth in the small bathroom. After Irinsed, I studied myself in the medicine cabinet mirror. The dark circles under my eyes were still there, although less pronounced after the five hours of sleep Ihad just gotten.
I pinched my cheeks to bring some color into them and gave myself a big, cheesy, fake grin in the mirror and then shook my head at myself. You are strong and you are going to be happy again. Do you hear me? There's something good about this place. Do you feel it? Lots of people gave their own reflection pep talks in the bathroom, right? Totally normal. Isnorted softly and shook my head slightly again.
Irinsed my face and then quickly pulled my long, light brown hair back into a messy twist at the nape of my neck. Iwent out to the kitchen and opened the freezer where I had put the frozen meals Ihad had in a cooler on ice in my car. Ihadn't had a lot of food to bring with me—just the few things that were in my refrigerator at home—a few microwaveable meals, milk, peanut butter and bread, and some fruit.
And a half a bag of dog food for Phoebs. But it would do for a couple days before Ihad to find the local grocery store. Ipopped a pasta meal into the microwave sitting on the counter and then stood eating it with a plastic fork. When Iheard her light knock, Itossed the now-empty cardboard meal box in the trash and went to answer. Ipulled the door open and the old lady smiled warmly at me. Looks like you're my new neighbor. Welcome to the neighborhood. Thank you. How nice. Ijust made some fresh.
Just give me a second to pull on some shoes. When Icame back to the front, Anne was standing at the edge of my porch waiting for me. I try to sit out in the evenings and enjoy it. Pretty soon I'll be complaining about how cold it is.
She nodded. Tourists aren't interested in this town as it is. Over there," she nodded her head toward the far side of the lake, barely visible from this distance, "is where all the tourist attractions are. Most in this town don't mind that, like it even.
Course all that's going to change. The woman who owns the town, Victoria Hale, has plans for a bunch of new development that will bring the tourists here as well. Isat on the two-person porch swing and leaned back on the cushion.
Her porch was beautiful and homey, full of comfortable white wicker, and bright blue and yellow cushions. There were pots of flowers everywhere—wave petunias and potato vine cascading over the sides. Isay let them stay over there. We still get the passer- throughs which is enough for my taste.
Plus, Ilike our small town feel. Supposedly condos are going up here, so there won't be any more lakeside cottages. She waved her hand dismissively. It's the businesses in town that will be closed down because of the expansion that Iworry more for. We were quiet for a second before Isaid, "Ivacationed on the other side of the lake with my family when Iwas a little girl. What brings you back here now? Finally Isaid, "I'm on a short road trip.
Iwas happy there that summer. Itried to smile, but talking about my family still brought a tightness to my chest. I settled on what Ihoped was a pleasant expression. She studied me for a second, taking a sip of her own tea. Then she nodded.
And Ithink if this place brought you happiness before, it can bring happiness again. Some places just agree with people, Ithink. Ididn't tell her that the other reason Iwas here was that it was the last place my family had been truly happy and carefree. My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when we got home from that trip. She died six months later.
From then on, it had just been me and my dad. Idon't really have a specific itinerary. Iwill need to get a job though. Do you know anyone who's hiring? The diner in town needs a morning waitress. They're open for breakfast and lunch. Iwas in the other day and there was a sign up.