I listened to the audio version of this book. I believe the voice of Tanya Eby added to the story for me. The natural (?) or voice she used for the female character was super easy to listen to and very appealing.
I have read many Susan Mallery books. I was probably a little less invested in this story than some of the others. Still-- there was a damaged military hero with PTSD, a rescued dog, sweet and hot scenes and a HEA. It pretty much hit all the points for me.