My very favorite Sandra Brown book to date!!! I have actually listed to this book at least three times over the last few years!!! The narrator did an excellent job throughout the entire book. Sadly, a narrator can either make or break a book regardless of how good it is. Lang did an awesome job!!!! The plot is unpredictable and edge of your seat suspenseful! This is definitely a must listen!!!
The story is pretty good. The narrator does a great job with the voices, but there are several very long pauses between chapters, so long I thought the batteries died in my player.
My biggest problem was some of the dialogue between Lilly and Tierney. Actually a lot of the dialogue. Some of the lines would win the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest. The plot & story line were pretty good though.
I think this is one of the best books I've heard froom Sandra Brown. Much better than some of her other books I've read/listened to.
Not one of my favorite Brown books. Didn't really hold my interest and was predictable. I did finish it... but barely.
I found this book to be very interesting with not to many people envolved to blur the story. I highy recommend this read !! I actually couldn't wait to hear what was going to happen next. Will def listen to it again!! worth your monthly credit!! I look forward to listending to another by this author AND Narration was GREAT!!! Great difference in his voices as he protraid different people...
I recently found out about Sandra Brown. My 1st listen was Envy which I really liked and this book did not disappoint!!!! I have been an Audible member for 2 years and I am having trouble finding mysteries I really like. This one fit the bill!
This story was a worthwhile listen. Some of the plot points were obvious, but there were a few surprises. The narration of the male characters was a significant distraction, not sure what the narrator was trying to accomplish. I recommend this story, but give youself a few hours to get use to the sounds of the male characters.
Great story and characters. However a big flaw in the plot prevents me from rating it higher-- can you say "Rescue snowmobiles'? Surely somebody (especially the police) in a mountain town would have thought of using snowmobiles as a rescue vehicle in a snowstorm. This kept the book always at a very fictional level.