Ow do you teach a man who has lost everything not to fear it happening again The thing I appreciated most about this book was that there was no unnecessary drama I understood and respected both Archer and Bree s decisions I loved them together and also individuallyAs the book built towards the ending things ot intense and I couldn t flip the pages fast enough but I finished it with happy tears in my eyes and literally just sat there for several minutes smiling and just feeling everything It was a beautiful emotional and entirely uniue story so different from anything else I ve ever read I can t recommend it highly enoughAlso can this please Betting on Ideas: Wars, Inventions, Inflation get made into a movie Seriously I can picture every scene in my head It would be absolutely incredible He smiled back and put his lips against mine mouthing I love you too against my mouth as if he was breathing love into my body Rating 5 STARS Read this bookuys For of my reviews book news and updates Main blog Aestas Book Blog Facebook Blog Page Twitter this is a beautiful story and it holds such an important message everyone has a voice they may sound different but everyone can and deserves to be heard i love this lesson and i appreciate how this book so stunningly teaches it its no secret that i love books about love and maybe its just me becoming soft in my old age but this story in particular touched me profoundly i Being after Rousseau: Philosophy and Culture in Question getoosebumps just thinking about the pure beauty of this story its a story about two broken people their courageous survival the healing power of their love and the strength in the voices they create its one of those stories that any reader can connect with on such a basic human level i think anyone who has ever felt like they have no voice or has struggled to be heard will be able to relate with this in such a tender way and it also shows the importance of understanding the difference between hearing and listening and the necessity of being a Berlioz and His Century: An Introduction to the Age of Romanticism good listener im just so in awe and deeply thankful that a story like this has been told told yes i originally read it for the romance and swoon worthy feels but i walked away with so much a full heart and content soul 3ps there are so manyood uotes from this book here are some of my favourites and sometimes thats all it takes one person whos willing to listen to your heart to the sound no one else has ever tried to hear sometimes an understanding silence was better than a bunch of meaningless words the loudest words are the ones we live 5 stars 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 Archer s Voice lived up to the hype and surpassed my expectations I loved this storyIt 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 heartstringsBree was also a character that I felt drawn to immediately She was strong and so caring I loved her kindness and persistenceI don t want to ive 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 ive it stars if I could A little sappy and predictable but a sweet heart warming story nonetheless Chiron s wound symbolizes the transformative power of suffering how personal pain both physical and emotional can become the source of Atlantic Double-Cross: American Literature and British Influence in the Age of Emerson great moral and spiritual strength Archer s Voice was the story of two wounded healers 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 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 inuilt and despair Until they met and they were Awakening Spaces: French Caribbean Popular Songs, Music, and Culture given a chance at happiness But were they strong enough torasp it I knew I loved her fiercely and with every part of my heart even the
*Broken Parts Even The *parts even the that knew I loved her fiercely and with every part of my heart even the broken parts even the parts that unworthy and without value And maybe those parts most of all Archer s Voice is my first Mia Sheridan book and it won t be the last There was something simple yet lyrical in her writing that seized your heart You could feel her Edge of Venomverse 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 We communicated a thousand words without a single one being spoken I started Archer s Voice under the misconception that Archer would eventually speak that the reasons he lost his voice were emotional rather than physical insert facepalm But no he did not use his vocal cords but he did speak With his eyes Hisestures 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 23 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 I think love is a concept and each person has an individual word for what sums it up for them My word for love is Bree Bree was an extraordinary heroine 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 Alliance Rising: The Hinder Stars I (Alliance-Union Universe) good in him protecting him and saving him She had her own demons and her ownrief but she never ave up How do you teach a man who has lost everything not to fear it happening again While it was indeed a beautiful book I won t pretend it was flawless 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 reatest 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 passionAnd scissors apparentlyI found some declarations kind of cheesy and what took me by surprise was how Body by Darwin: How Evolution Shapes Our Health and Transforms Medicine graphic the sex scenes were Archer was at first the awkward virgin but boom he became a sexod that had Bree panting with a single touch It was a bit unrealistic the whole situation was but Mia Sheridan definitely knows how to write some memorable steam Holy Hawt Chemistry Batman You brought the silenceThe most beautiful sound I d ever heard Archer s Voice made my heart fly and despite its flaws it was a soulful and all consuming story that left me smiling and hoping For understanding for light for love. Ve is the key to her freedom It is the story of a silent man who lives with an excruciating wound and the woman who helps him find his voice It is the story of suffering fate and the transformative power of lo.
Gesture Every Little Exchange Betweenevery little exchange between captivated me just a little bit Archer Hale stole my heart I really mean it He s now definitely one of my top favorite book boyfriends Mysterious misunderstood sweet silent beautiful broken shy powerful protective I can Stretching Lessons: The Daring that Starts from Within go on and on but this man just had the biggest heart you can imaging and every single time herinned my heart meltedBree Prescott was such a wonderful heroine She was just Call the Next Witness genuinely aood person kind hearted caring and sweet I was never annoyed with her and I loved her for what she did for Archer and for the way she say right into the real himTheir chemistry was scorching This is Building for the Arts: The Strategic Design of Cultural Facilities genuinely an Adult romance and once thingsot Bulletproof Feathers: How Science Uses Nature's Secrets to Design Cutting-Edge Technology going between them holyyyyy hell was it ever HOT Even just their first kiss had me swooning Totally butterflies in my stomach moment He broke his lips from mine to look down uestioningly into my face to see if I was okay with what he was doing Hisentleness and his concern with what I desired made my heart sueeze tightly and I smiled a small smile Yes I breathed out Yes Archer Hale was not your typical hero but he made my heart melt like few others ever have His eyes told me everything We communicated a thousand words without a single one being spoken This book took me through every possible emotion I laughed I cried I fell in love The story was slow building but perfectly paced for this story taking the time to fully develop Archer and Bree s connection to each other and the reader s connection to them It felt real and I experienced every moment right alongside themIt was so wonderful to see Archer s trust build as their love rew Every little act meant SO much and my heart literally ached with love for him I want to be able to love you than I fear losing you and I don t know how Teach me Bree Please teach me Don t let me destroy this He looked at me beseechingly pain etched into every feature of his face Oh God Archer I thought my heart sueezing tightly in my chest Fe collides with Archer Hale an isolated man who holds a secret agony of his own A man no one else sees Archer's Voice is the story of a woman chained to the memory of one horrifying night and the man whose lo.
Mia Sheridan ✓ 3 readArcher s Voice stand alone A ripping tale of painful pasts healing love It suddenly occurred to me that Archer Hale had taught himself an entire language but hadn t had a single person to talk to Until me I will try to write a better review when I catch upCollege Charlestown Blues graduate Bree Prescott flees to a lakeside town and meets a 23 year old recluse who doesn t speak Archer Hale Who is he What is his story And what is Bree running fromA feelood read Loved it Suspense angst reflection and an epic love that will melt your heart 5 stars I am happy to report that Mia sold the screenplay so hopefully we ll soon see this on the big screenHero rating 5 stars Heroine rating 45 starsSexual tension rating 5 starsSex scenes rating 45 starsSex scenes freuency 45 starsPlot rating 5 starsDialogue rating 5 starsStorytelling rating 5 starsStory ending rating 5 starsOverall rating 5 starsWould I recommend this book YesWould I re read this book YesWould I read future books by this author Yes 35 StarsI am definitely in the minority here I liked it don t Charlestown Blues: Selected Poems, a Bilingual Edition get me wrong but it was nowhere near a five star book for me This author seems to be a hit or miss for me Leo I did not really like Stinger I loved itI think my expectations were way too high Note to self don t read a book on Release Date unless you are absolutely sure that you will love itEvery single one of my friends who has read itave it 5 stars Pressure was too much and it did not work for meIt is a lovely story the characters are nice the prose flowed but there was something missing to Building the South Side give it that little push for a four or five star reviewIt felt like a YA read than a NA read At 48 I might be a bit long in the tooth for these storiesI hope you enjoy it if you do read it 4 12 Stars A very sweet and uniue love story that s well written and emotional 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 5 Archer stars I am in awe of this book It hit all my five star plus buttons I know it s early but I can already tell this isoing to be in my top 10 of the year 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 His uncle passed away a while ago and he s been alone ever since He knows it s not normal but it s what is best for everyone 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 Bright College Years get away for a while Start fresh There are things she s leaving behind Things that haunt her but she s working on it You areoing to be okay Bree You are strong and you are Chicagos Urban Nature going to be happy again Do you hear me There s som Where to start where to startStory 3 starsWriting 1 starSometimes I think that the majority of books should be written in teams Maybe if there was one person to come up with the story and another person to execute it we d have winners out there I hate when books suffer fromood storyweak writing syndrome It s so hard for me to Cezanne and Provence: The Painter in His Culture 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 isoing on Two days later I drove past Archer s house on my way back from lying on the small lake beach and his Chicago's Urban Nature: A Guide to the City's Architecture + Landscape gate was slightly open A thrill shot down my spine as Iot 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 than once Archer s Voice was filled with many random little hiccups in writing which made me pause It was random little hiccups in writing which made me pause It was 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 ood time sensations are felt I don t think this 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every one of the standard terms but there were a couple in there which made me do the yep that personone of the standard terms but there were a couple in there which made me do the yep that person 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 m also not a fan of phrasing such as this the taste of peaches and Bree exploded on my tongueI 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 *black or white a thousand shades of rey 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 enoughI think I m wandering around in my own review now not even caring if I m on track Focus woman Focus 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 momentWhy 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 Collections of Nothing 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 uite enjoyable to readHow the writing fell off the rails 1 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 Iuess in a way this is how some parts of small town America still arebut it was a bit odd reading from the perspective of someone who s always lived in towns which aren t actually owned 2 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 than once or twice in a story it s probably all too convenient3 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. When Bree Prescott arrives in the sleepy lakeside town of Pelion Maine she hopes against hope that this is the place where she will finally find the peace she so desperately seeks On her first day there her li. ,