When Shelly Brockman walked into his office, Sheriff Dare Westmoreland could almost taste the sweet, steamy passion they'd once shared. Then Shelly informed him he was the father of her son, the unruly preteen he'd arrested that day, and his fantasies turned to fury!
Shelly had returned to her hometown in Georgia to save her son from the mean streets of Los Angeles. Getting to know his father would be good for her son. But would being so close to Dare - the only man to make her pulse race - reopen a wounded heart that had never healed? Or, would this be her final chance to win Dare's love?
©2003 Brenda Jackson (P)2003 Audible, Inc.
that dare was going to be there for his child no matter what
when a.j. called him dad
i didnt have a favorite one but the little kid got on my nevres
it was a feel good book.
When Dare and AJ were at the cabin
This book was great; however, Madison Vaughn was HORRIBLE. What's really sad and depressing is that it appears she's the chosen Brenda Jackson narrator.
No. This was $4.95 special purchase, but I should have paid attention to the narrator. Brenda Jackson is ok, but the narrator, Madison Vaughn, is so awful, it's painful to listen to her. I speeded up the pace, which helped, but the delivery is too stagey, with too many breathey, emotional pauses. Very irritating.
Yes, if the narrator was different.
A totally different narrator.
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