When Roxanne Murdoch took the place of an absent employee to deliver a belly-gram, she never expected to spend New Years Eve locked in a bank with the vice president shed been sent to surprise. Yet here she was, a respectable businesswoman, dressed like a harem girl, barricaded against a howling blizzard with handsome Bram Tyler. Soon he'd cracked her icy facade and melted her reserve. But what would happen at blizzards end when passion faced reality?
Explicit language: The entire book is the story of Roxanne and Bram - the dialogue and verbal sparring between these two is a standout with sexual tension to spare.
©1984, updated ebook edition 2011 Elaine Raco Chase (P)2012 Elaine Raco Chase
Probably not. The story idea sounded cute but the voices were not a good match. I barely finished this one.
I enjoyed the scene where they were playing cards and raiding the vending machine while getting to know each other.
Absolutely not! I haven't ever left a bad review, but I couldn't walk away from this book without warning others. Both male and female vocalists were distracting - not to mention the cheesy music and bizarre "sound effects". The male voice is especially weak. He doesn't speak the lines with any integrity to the story. Every time he tries to convince the heroine that he loves her he sounds like he's making a joke. It kind of ruins the romance. Plus he sounds like he's in his early sixties.
I'm not sure I can even comment on the story - it was hard to follow. The clincher that this wasn't done well is that I fell asleep four times in the last 15 minutes. Please don't spend money on this!!!
No it didn't. I can't imagine what it might inspire. It was a cute plot but not plausible.
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