This was the worst narration ever! Being born and raised in Georgia, I have never heard anyone speak like the main characters in this book. It took a lot away from the book, I think it would have been better with a different narrator.
Enjoyable summer read. Interesting characters, good suspense, and good pace. My first novel by this author, i would read another.
It jumped around to much. Very slow beginning almost didn't finish because it Was to slow.
HATE spoilers! Enjoy HOT, sexy books. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. Running out this type Audible-so on2 lighter romance/mystery :-(
Suspense, mystery, romance
This is consistent Sandra Brown...although this was a bit more involved and suspenseful than others by her. I really liked it.
She was an adequate narrator...I enjoyed her portrayal of John the best-maybe because I liked his character the most.
Yes, the suspense kept it 'a page turner'
A bit gory in places, some strong language and adult situations.
I can plug my ear phones and use my cell phone app instead of my Kindle and walk around and do housework. Made the time go by faster!
? Enjoyed the book!
I laughed so hard at times I cried.The characters felt so real and I will miss them .A great book .Will listen again soon just in case I missed something.
Classic Sandra Brown suspense novel. It maintained my attention but it's not one of my favorites, although I still recommend it.
If books were rated like movies and TV programs, I would give this book an R or even an X rating. I found the contents disgusting and offensive. There were descriptive and vulgar sex scenes and unimaginable violence. I also felt that the narrator's (Joyce Bean) 'voices' were abrasive and unpleasant. If I learned anything from this book, it's that I will never read or listen to a Sandra Brown book again.
I've read other Sandra Brown books that were good... this one is not. I found the characters unlikable, unbelievable and the story mired in worn out twists like amnesia.
I think I would have preferred just reading this one--maybe it would have been better. I wanted more suspense which I know I have read in many of Sandra Brown's (SB) books.
I say this every time I rate an audio--a narrator can make a break an audiobook. This narrator did not get that southern accent she was trying to achieve; I think she tried to hard. Also, not enough distinguishing between characters. But then I thought the story was a bit unbelievable as well--again not enough suspense. I am still going to listen to more of SB's books, but will think harder if this narrator is reading it (at least if the character needs to have a southern accent); she is fine otherwise.