I love a book with suspense and romance (not all mushy, mushy). This one has both and held my interest from the beginning to the end. This was my second audio by Jennifer Crusie and will purchase more of them. It could become a movie, except they would butcher the story when they rewrite and start filming, so maybe it should be left alone as a book. I wish she would write a sequel about the brother--maybe I will go to her website and suggest it.
Every time I write a review on these audio tapes, I can't stress it enough, the narrator can make or break a book. Angela Dawe's does a wonderful job distinguishing the characters--you can hear the difference (will listen to more from her as well).
Get it, you will enjoy. Glad to be the first to review.
Thought I had it figured out and then it changed--great book. Amy Rubinate does another great job as narrator.
Very good. I could not put it down. Listened to the book through while sorting through old paperwork. The story was great. Rachel Gibson can be proud of herself again.
While reading, I had to check out what other books Emma Bates had narrated so that I could add them to my list to listen to. This is her first narration on Audible, as far as I can tell. She brought the story out, did the characters well--she just did an excellent job. I will most defintely look for others that she will narrate. Whoevever makes these decisions, use her again.
This was worth the credit. I look forward to the next RG book.
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
Gripping, tense, quite a ride of a story. Can’t wait till the next book is out this is quite a story, can’t wait to see Amy and Max mix it up. It never ceases to amaze me what a tangle web we have in the executive branch of our government, and how each lil branch want their lil niche and no one can step in it without letting someone know. I would think they would have been happy that an air plane disaster had been adverted and lives saved, rather than question where the Intel came from, and who got it first. In this story we have bad guys in the FBI, DHS (dept. of homeland security) local police (although this wasn’t established for sure) and in the Naval Dept. So it became a question of WHO CAN YOU TRUST? I wouldn’t be surprised if the corruption goes even higher, like a senator in our government, but that is for the next book. Now for Zane and Beth, the physic link they have with each other was quite endearing. Beth denied it but she sure did believe in using it when she was in trouble. I really got a kick out of her using it when they were making love, which was so endearing. Get this book, it was fantastic. Worth a credit.
Narrator did a fantastic job.