high among the audio books ive purchased
dick smith does an excellent job of narrating & draws the reader into story through strong character voices
excellent book, & thoroughly enjoyed
I have never been big on romance novels but after reading this book narrated by Dick Hill I got hooked. I found a few more narrated by him. This guy has to be the sexiest narrator in the World, lol. I'm now looking for more books narrated by him. WOW. Thanks Dick, excuse the pun.
Good book without being outstanding, but the way Dick Hill read the story made it one of the most enjoyable listening experiences for me so far.
Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
Sandra Brown wrote a thrilling and full story that was expertly delivered by Dick Hill. I very much enjoyed the coarseness/bluntness of Cash and the Strength of Schyler. I also enjoyed the sexy bits but this wonderful story is not full of it like some. There was just the perfect mix of everything. Great book. :)
Slow Heat in Heaven ranks in the top 5 audio books I have listened to in the last 2 months. It kept me hooked from the first to the last page with great characters, great story, and steamy sex scenes. Everything you could want in a great read.
My favorite character was Schyler Crandall. She is strong, gutsy, brave, and beautiful. Everything you could want in a female character. She loves her father and her cherished Louisiana home, Belle Terre and is willing to fight to keep it safe.
Dick Hill captured each character's personality with his narration. He was able to capture the dialect of each character and made me feel like I was actually hearing the characters speak to each other. Terrific job!
The slow heat is coming to a boil!
Another great Sandra Brown read. I would highly recommend it.
I have this book in in print for quite long time now, and among my first audible purchases.
Sandra Brown simply slew it clean for me to the point that years after reading it is not enough unless I got voices over those very saucy and very meaty dialogues.
Cash Bodreaux is very unforgettable and made a huge impression on me - smart, bully, calculating, proud, rude, compassionate, gentleman, sexy and wow on the sheets. I love how Sandra Brown created this male character that I'm always looking for him in almost all of the contemporary fictional heroes. His fervent wish was almost buried to the ground but Schyler's love of her adoptive father resurrected his need to be acknowledged as a son. The rawness of Cash and Schyler's encounters are always full of passion - arguments and sensible conversation alike.
Slow Heat in Heaven is an apt title for this book. The twists of greed, crime, racial connotation, honesty and hot romance have equal parts from start to end.
I never lost the excitement to this credit worthy narrator and author tandem audio.
I don't even know where to start! This book was riveting from the very beginning. Let me state that this is not my usual genre, but wanted to try something different. I was captivated from the very first sentence and it kept me totally enthralled until the end. The story moved at an exciting pace while being detailed and descriptive. In my opinion, thats a difficult task. There was never a dull moment.
Ms. Brown brings her characters alive and keeps you envolved with every aspect. Dick Hill does an excellent job with the narration. I will not go in to the story except to say it is full of surprises and contains all the things I love in a good book. I related to characters, was romanced, a little frightened and was thoroughly able to escape.
I will absolutely purchase another of Sandra Brown's books.......like right now!
I'm so tired of listening to popular romance writers authoring "bunk". I'm hearing the same old "cookie cuttter, girl meets messed up man, they fight, he professes his love and they get married". And of course usually the woman is so bitchy what man could possibly love her? End of story? Well...it's kind of like that here, except our heroin, Schyler is nice under all her bravado and uppity background. Warning: A lot of this romance is more about sex, at least at first. But I'm not spoiling it for you. This doesn't mean it's all about sex cause' it ain't. The story has twist and turns that will keep you listening. One moment you think you gotta all figured out as to who did what...and the next you know, you don't. Sandra does such a great job of flushing out her characters, they are so interesting you may love them one moment and hate them the next. But whatever you feel while listening, as the story unfolds you will understand them. Except for a few idiots you may not want to understand. Each character comes to the table with his own story. The author makes her characters in this audio interesting and emotionally deep with back story and motivation. And again, the narration was awesome. Five stars for you, Dick Hill.
From beginning to end, this audio book kept my ears plugged into my Ipod.
Loved it. Passionate, interesting, romantic. True Sandra Brown book. Dick Hill is a great narrator, sometimes struggling with female voices but overall very good.
Devotee of multi-tasking, keen gardener and cross-stitcher. Now able to do both AND listen to stories at the same time. Bliss.
I don't think I've ever encountered a book where I disliked just about every character in it including the hero and heroine. Schyler Crandall returns to her dysfunctional family in Heaven due to her father's ill health. In my opinion, she would have been better off staying away. The ending was rushed and unsatisfying to me; there was a great deal of building up various sub-plots, which seemed to end with a fizzle rather than a bang. I don't know whether Ms Brown just got bored with it all, or had a maximum word count to work with, but the ending was far too abrupt. Dick Hill did an admirable job of narrating this one, but that was the only bright spot in this otherwise disappointing book.