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My first Sandra Brown read. Found myself excited each morning to get into my car to go to work. Loved the story. Loved the narrator. He did the cajun accent so perfectly. Loved the character Cash. It never hit a dull spot. There will be more Sandra Brown listens in my future.
Cash - mean, sultry, unafraid.
How well he did the accents. Course his woman voice was kinda funny.
I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
Sexy Southern Cajun
It was a sultry southern action packed listen. I got it on the $4.95 sale but this would of been worth a credit. I just loved bad boy Cash. Every woman wants a man like that and of course she wants to be the woman to tame him. Then you have the added bonus of corruption, adultery, and crime. It's my kind of listen. As far as sexual content it's very mild.This was a one sitting listen.
I just Love the Allure of a Great Romance...a Pair of Rose Colored Glasses...some Fine Wine, and a Subscription to Audible...
Slow Heat in Heaven by Sandra Brown and Narrated by Dick Hill is one of the most gripping novels I have ever had the pleasure to listen.
This novel is not for young eyes. It is graphic in some places, vulgar in others, and drips with Louisiana bayou suspense throughout. Ms. Brown’s scene descriptions manage to envelop all of the reader’s senses while her detailed character development is unsurpassed.
The story is absolutely spellbinding; weaving a vast array of emotions that include love, hate, deceit, sabotage, revenge, seduction…you name the emotion, and Sandra Brown has masterfully intertwined them into the complicated characters that are brought to life –
and I mean brought to life...by Dick Hill. WOW…His narration rivals the very best audible has to offer!
Definitely Credit Worthy
I normally enjoy Sandra Brown books for the mindless escape they provide; usually decent romance novels. Do not think I will ever read/listen to a SB novel again after this, however. The animal cruelty that was included as part of the "story" was offensive and unacceptable. Not only were dogs tortured and abused by the villian in this novel but by the heroine as well. The descriptions of this abuse were graphic and appalling. I turned my IPOD off in disgust and deleted this book immediately. There should be a warning to readers at the very least. I would expect better of Sandra Brown, her "writing crew" and her publishers. My choice would be to give this book a zero out of 5 stars rating but I get an error message when I try to send it with no stars filled in. This book does not deserve even one star in my opinion.
His voice and his accent were hard to get used to at first, but he was a perfect voice for Cash. His voice turned out to be my favorite part of the book.
Dick Hill has a super sexy voice! What other books of his can I get??? Good story with some twists, love scenes, and good characters. The ending was a bit abrupt, but I really enjoyed the book.
Dick Hill must have been chosen solely for his ability to perform a Cajun accent for the male protagonist. Beyond that, all of his characters sound like complete dolts, especially the heroine. Every sentence Dick speaks on her behalf makes it sound like she just got done drinking a double. It is insulting to women.
This is one of my enduring classics by Sandra Brown. I know a lot of SB fans who read and listen to her oldies over and over again. Cash Boudreaux has never left my memories of bad-boy heroes and steaming Southern romances. His name is one of the two that readily comes to mind when I'm asked for a favorite hero (the other is JD Robb's Roarke) even though Cash is rough, uncouth and brimming over with passion. He made SiH into a contemporary bodice-ripper that send my bosom heaving, indeed.
The narrator has never been a favorite of mine. Hill's voice and narrating style always conjures up the image of an old man in his armchair with a pipe.
love to read, but very little time. very interested in mysteries, drama, and romance, as well as murder mysteries,
The reader brought to life so many different characters in this book. The story was well written with a story line that kept me on edge from beginning to end. I looked forward to hearing what would take place in the next chapter and what each character would do next. I really wish this book was in movie form. It is full of thrilling surprises.
The truth behind the many hidden secretes of each character. I enjoyed the revelations as the story unfolded. I enjoyed the great surprise given to the misfortunate characters.
I appreciated the descriptions used by the writer without becoming too graphic of the more dreadful scenarios.
I loved the true character of Cash Boudreau. The fact that he was very truthful about who he is regardless of the opinion of others. I enjoyed the confidence and boldness of his character. Even with his misfortunes, he didn't loose what it took to be the man he needed to be.
This book deserves your best attention. The Title speaks the loudest.
This writer has always kept me coming back for more. This book offered so much more than I expected. I really hope there will be a sequel to this book.
Listening rather than reading this book adds so much more to the story.
This book is full of tantalizing scenes, innuendo, family dysfunction, love, hatred...all the things that make you want the story to go on forever.
Dick Hill is perfect as Cash Boudreaux! Love that Cajun accent!
Did not want to take out the ear buds!
My favorite Sandra Brown book so far.
Got into the story in the first chapter and kept my interest to the end. Well narrated and riveting storyline. Could easily have read it all over again as soon as I'd finished The characters were well rounded and exciting.
I won't give away the storyline definitely recommend for a good read.
Other thriller suspense books, Karen rose also an excellent author.
Smooth yet intense when the plot calls for. Delightful on the ears, excellent characterisation. Will be looking for other books narrated by him. Love the way he did Cash very sexy and Schyler depicted as a strong sassy yet feminine woman. Simply one of the best combinations on audible, along with Susan Erickson and J D Robb of course.
If I had the time I would definitely sit and listen to this narrator and book in one go. I will certainly listen again.
Fantastic way to spend your audible credits. Sandra Brown is and excellent author. Just the right amount of suspense, drama and love.