After nearly a decade of separation, soulmates Jade Conner and Tanner Eastman are together once again - in the most perilous of circumstances.
©2000 Karen Kingsbury; (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
Very much enjoyed Barbara Caruso as a narrator. Empathetic with characters. Even though a person confesses to be a christian doesn't mean that christian can't make a mistake. After all, even Jesus said "He who is without sin cast the first stone" Story shows mistakes and forgiveness through it all. Enjoyed it.
Two thumbs up for a "Moment of Weakness". This audio book is well worth the money spent or credit used. I enjoyed this audio book. The story line is very thought provoking. My only complaint is the narrator; in my opinion, her voice does not fit the characters; also her range of voices is very limited especially for men, in fact her men sound more like women. Even though the narrators voice is very irritating this is still a very good story and worth the time to listen to. In spite of the narrator I still give this book five stars.
Romantic novels are really not my choice. Nevertheless I didn't expect to encounter a steamy bedroom scene in a Christian read. I didn't finish the book because I did not get past this scene. Perhaps it is better for someone who is not so sensitive.
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