I love Sandra Brown. The book gives us romance and mystery with memorable characters.
Jack Garrett's narration was wonderful.
Better than average, but not my favourite
Can't spoil the ending......
I found the starting point for the relationship between Burke and Remi too hard to swallow, whilst I was waiting for them to get together, I kept thinking how totally unrealistic it was.
I have not read Sandra Brown's books for awhile and decided to listen to this one because it was on sale. I was not disappointed.
I forgot how interesting she writes.
This audiobook had some twists and turns especially at the end which I enjoyed very much. I did not want to turn my player off, the story was that intriguing.
Will definitely listen to more of her books.
Good author, good narrator.
It was not a waste of a credit, but it was predictable and a bit overdone. There was a serious case of Stockholm syndrome that made the book unbelievable for me. I finished the book without fast forwarding, but I'm not likely to re-listen.
The narrator's ability to distinguish between characters was solid. I often dislike male narrators' interpretations of women's voices, but I didn't have that problem in this case. My luke-warm feelings about the book have nothing to do with the narration.
I haven't read the print version
I just happen to really like Sandra Brown's books. Some better than others.
I like to savor a book, and can seldom read in one sitting.