Archer's Voice by Mia Sheridan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
6 Archer Loving Stars
I LOVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDDDDDDD ITTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!
SPOILER FREE REVIEW
Bree witnessed her father’s death and isn’t handling the tragedy well. She decides to get on the road and drive. She finds herself in a little small town and decides to stay for a bit. As Bree leaves the grocery store, all her items fall to the ground and a young mysterious man helps her pick up the items. Bree is completely embarrassed and rambles on non-stop. The mysterious man doesn’t say a word to Bree and walks away after she retrieved her items.
There’s something about the mysterious man, Archer. It’s a loner and doesn’t talk to anybody. Archer’s property happens to be one mile from where Bree’s house is and every day when Bree visits the lake, she stops and looks at Archer’s house, wondering what kind of man he is.
My Feelings Through Out the Book
10% Slow at first, but with all the raving reviews, decided to stick with it
15% started to love it
25% really loving it
50% could not get enough, so much in love
100% Fantastic! Jumping for Joy, wanted to read it all over again
I loved Bree because she’s such a strong, yet damaged Heroine. The story of her father’s death is tragic and sad, you just FEEL for her. You understand why she had to escape her home and just “find herself”. She also sweet, loving and really open-minded, she’s the type of person you want to be best friends with.
Words can’t describe what kind of Hero Archer is. He’s not like any other Hero I’ve read and it was so refreshing and unique. I couldn’t stop reading because of him. Archer’s Voice is mostly in Bree’s POV, but every once in a while you get Archer’s and I LOVED IT. You feel for Archer and you slowly start to understand why he is the way he is. It’s heart-breaking and endearing all at the same time.
In the beginning you get a little bit of Archer’s past, which I loved because as much as he is a mystery, you get a tiny glimpse of what kind of cards he was dealt with. I do not want to give anything away, but there’s something tragic about Archer, which just completes the story for me. Archer is disheveled, reclusive and kind of stand-offish. It’s cute because Bree sees all of this, but still tries to form a friendship with him.
When Bree and Archer get closer, it’s such a wonderful dynamic to read. Everything Bree and Archer experience are different from the other books I’ve read and you just want to root for them. Their relationship isn’t easy, because both of their past pains make it difficult for each other to be comfortable with their closeness.
I don’t know why it took me so long to pick up Archer’s Voice, it’s a MUST READ.
**This is a stand alone book, you do not need to read the other books in the series to understand Archer's Voice
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