Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
Yes, I just re listened as the first time was rushed.
Sandra Brown always has a twist, but you must watch for it to get the full enjoyment
Dent our hero, what sass!
I did the first time and missed many of the clues. I just re listened and really enjoyed it much better.
This book was good enough. Many of the parts were predictable and a little cliche. I never felt the urge that I had to listen to it, but never felt like I had to force myself to finish it either.
I loved the story but the narrator did not do a good female voice. It kinda ruined it for me.
Yes, however, the main male character made me uncomfortable with his sexual aggression, even when being told no.
The narrator did not do a good female voice so the main character sounded like a male pretending to be a female.
Do a re-record with a female narrator.
I really enjoyed this book. Another success for SB readers. Bellamy writes a book 18 years after her older sister is killed. There are questions as to whether the right man was sent to jail. I loved the characters and the narration.
No spoilers! Love HOT, sexy books w/a plot. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. I also review in exchange for books-lots of fun surprises!
I enjoyed Dent...he was broody, cranky and lovable.
I have read about 10 Sandra Brown books and plan on reading a lot more - this makes my top 5.
Probably, although I'd prefer a different narrator
Other reviewers complain about why a wealthy woman would write about a painful past under a pseudonym and be upset when she is discovered, blah, blah, blah - while some aspects are a bit of a reach IT IS FICTION and I felt it was a good book overall. It held my interest and there were a lot of twists.
I have long been a Sandra Brown fan but this book just didn't do it for me. The protagonists were either unbelievable (her) or irritating and unlikeable (him). The story line of the female lead writing a fictionalized book based on a traumatic event in her childhood was hard to believe, but if you add in her wealth -- why would she publish it, even under a pseudonym?? Or, if she did write a fictionalized version of the book, wouldn't she have changed a few of the facts for the sake of her terminally ill father (like how her sister was strangled, for instance)? Stephen Lang's narrative voice was great but when he tried to create voices for the characters, he lost me. I simply could not finish listening to this book.
? - it will be a while before I order another SB book, though.
NO. Annoying female voice and the male lead sounded nothing like a hotshot pilot in his late 30s.
Anger and disappointment.
The story had you guessing at every turn!
Listening to two stories in one.
His character portrayals were excellent! I was able to picture each one very clearly!
Utterly amazing story
It did get slow but only to build backstory. Amazing overall
When one of the characters is tricked by an old airplane mechanic
Defiantly would have tried
Can't wait to see this on the screen and has just the right amount of action suspense and romance.
The toughest moment was the lead character's time with her daughter - very difficult to listen to - I had to stop multiple times.
I enjoyed listening to this book. The story was very good. I wish Sandra Brown didn't have to use such bad language in her books. That is a turn off for me. But, I did like the story.