Just loved the surprise at the end . To find out who really was in the honeymoon suite. I just swore it was Jan Ellen.
I would recommend it, with warnings about its shortcomings.
I don't know yet.
If Sandra Brown were to write a follow-up now, it would be far better than the original.
This was a terrible book in so many ways, but I had to keep listening in spite of its many faults. The best feature was Natalie Ross's first rate narration. It went a long way in overcoming the book's shortcomings. I am a big fan of Sandra Brown, but this 1993 title is not up to her current standard. Much of it reads like a trashy romance, with a heroine who makes as many stupid choices as your average horror story stooge. However, there were moments that showed the author Sandra Brown would come. There were unexpected twists that compelled me to finish the book, even as I groaned at the cheesy dialogue and obvious errors in logic and facts. It was also enlightening to see how much our social attitudes have grown in the past twenty-two years. I'm not sorry I read the book.
The various characters and their stories.
An abundance of talent. Natalie Ross is one of my favorite female readers.
The final chapter.
I love Sandra Brown and have listened to almost 20 books on tape but I was really impressed with this one. Actually one that I started a few years ago but got away from it, Glad I finished it!
Say something about yourself!
That not everything ends well like a fairy tale, but well enought not to have a sour taste when you finish reading
Mirrow image or other Sandra Brown novels
The secondary characters. Key's sister
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
good story line
the unexpected mystery, Ms Brown always adds in her story
I love all of Ms Ross's reads...I buy stories based on her reading it.
You do not want to miss this one