Mary is longing for another chance at motherhood. Jonah can give his beautiful wife anything money can buy, except the thing she wants most. Will this weekend be magical?
Following tragedy, Mary and Jonah take a romantic weekend getaway to revitalize their shell-shocked hormones. Their interlude is interrupted by rock music blaring from across the hall. Jonah leaves Mary in their suite to investigate and pick up a bottle of wine.
While Mary settles in, waiting for her husband to return, she hears the door open and close. She feels a familiar touch run up the back of her legs as she leans on the window casing watching the holiday scene below. When she turns to face the owner of the exploring hands, she's shocked to see dark and unfamiliar eyes staring into hers. And the guitar tattoo on his chest confirms, this is not Jonah.
Whose arms has she fallen into? Whose lips are enjoying every part of her body? During a magical night of love, Mary is spellbound. Reality doesn't exist.
Note: This audiobook contains graphic sexual content.
©2013 Victoria Valentine aka January Valentine (P)2014 Victoria Valentine writing as January Valentine
I can't imagine anyone liking this book.
Anyone who sounds older would be a better fit, or I've heard they can change the pitch of the voice in the control/editing room. She sounded like a twelve year old. I had a hard time with the sex scenes because she sounded like a child, it just felt wrong.
I thought this book was too short, and i can't identify with cheaters. The narrator sounded too young for this kind of adult role. I do love some very smutty books but this was not for me. I can't ever recommend this book to anyone.
The main character and narrator, the performer.
Clearly the main character, narrator.
No, not yet.
This was different from what I usually read, listen to.
I cant answer that...I haven't read the book....but I love audio books over print books so I guess I can say....prolly is.....audio books seem to better
I really cant think of any other book that I can compare this to. There was a touch of Fifty Shades....a lil Nora Roberts an some Kym Grosso.
I like the way she performed Mary...Her Jonah was ok could have been a little more of a deeper voice but she did a good on both characters.
I did listen to it one sitting...I really enjoyed it
For a short book this was a very enjoyable read (listen) I did like I could sit an listen to it in one sitting. I kept my attention very well
That I didnt have to put down when I needed to do something
I just think Ms Valentine brings people together so beautifully in the end
No I hadnt.
Again its how she takes everything she tells us and brings it to conclussion and you walk away wit a happy heart
This was my first Audio for January Valentine but it wont be the last
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