Loved the reconciliation of feelings the female character achieved in dealing with a lost parent.
Emotion of police man really comes thru
Researcher, editor, writer, francophone, anglophile. Started listening to audiobooks to conciliate my love of knitting and novels.
I liked some of Linda Howard's other novels, but this one left me wanting. The story was alright, but I found that the love story element of the novel wasn't really believable. Yes, characters in these types of novels fall in love pretty fast, love at almost first sight and all... but I found there was nothing to hint at a reason as to why they fell in love in the first place. It just wasn't believable. But the suspense story elements were interesting. I wouldn't recommend this one.
Good narration though from Natalie Ross.
tooo much sex
Anyone that speaks louder
had to so you didn't forget what was going on
not one of my favorites - the plot was decent but I don't like my "thrillers" with so much detailed sex....
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
This was a very good read. Karen and Marc's foray into the search for her father's murder and the reason behind it was very good. Linda normally takes us on a couple of twists and turns. The only sad part of the story was when the undercover agent was killed and his son took over.
Again Natalie Ross did an excellent job performing the story. She is one of my favorite narrators.
Worth your credit.
If you're already a fan of Linda Howard, this is probably the perfect audiobook. FYI: If you've listened to "After the Night" here on Audible, this is the same narrator. So, for me, I purchased this book already knowing that I liked both the author and the narrator. That said, I can understand why some people may not like the narrator, Natalie Ross. She has a very specific style. You have to get used to her.
Be forewarned about the story. The general storyline is probably among the cheesiest of the chick-lit genre. (Falling in love in two days? I don't think so.) But, I still enjoyed it. This is your classic, two people forced to be around each other because of adverse circumstances love story. You know this plot already. And, obviously, authors keep using it because it works.
I loved that Karen, the heroin of this novel, is a woman with a great career and even better friends. Marc Chastain suffers from some alpha male tendencies. But, Howard makes him very likeable and, of course, sexy.
If you're like me and able to purchse this book while it's on sale, I think you'll find that you're easily getting a great deal.
This is the first book I read from Linda Howard. It had a great story line and a wonderful ending. It kept me wanting more and was never a dull moment. I am about to read another Linda Howard book and I am looking forward to the story.
Yes very much so. I was so curious and eager to see what was going to happen next
This is the first time I have heard Natalie Ross and I thought she was great
I look forward to continue listening to Linda Howard books
This was OK, but it's basically a formula romance. The narration, while certainly skilled was a bit flowery for my tastes. I kept imagining being in a library room being read a "once upon a time" story. I won't be getting any more novels by this author.
I am prefacing this review by saying I have never read a book by Linda Howard.
With that being said, I thought the story line was good but was shocked by the explicit detail of the sex. It was not necessary and made me not want to listen anymore.
I did continue the book and was glad I did as there was no other explicit sex scenes just overtones and the plot of the story was good.
I am not sure if this is Linda Howard's style of writing.
Has anyone else read her books?
Say something about yourself!
The plot line.
Characters were uninteresting.
I don't know. I'm new here.
The plot just didn't engage me. And I usually love murder thrillers.
Assassins, Police & Romance
The heroine who was able to defend herself.
The plot was well-designed, and I was involved throughout the narrative. The descriptions of New Orleans were evocative, those of the hunt(s) dramatic. Not having read any other books by this author, I found the sex unexpectedly explicit - the summary posted on Audible didn't include information re: that part of the narrative! Thankfully, the physical attraction between the main characters did not interfere with the story. I appreciated the link to the Vietnam War, and thought the description of a fictional sniper's thinking well-done.