Carter, a best selling author, is looking for a little peace and quiet so he can finish his latest novel before his wedding. The last thing he expects is to find himself instantly attracted to his hostess - or her to him. As the days pass, Sloan tries to ignore the feelings this handsome, disturbingly perceptive man stirs in her...tries to stop herself from dreaming dreams that can never be. But as Carter reveals his overwhelming desire for her, Sloan is left to struggle against her own deepest longing: to know just once how it feels to be truly cherished.
Caught between love and loyalty to her best friend, Sloan must search her soul and make a choice: to love for the moment, to walk away forever, or to fight to have it all.
©1995 Sandra Brown; (P)1995 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House, Inc.
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I love Sandra Brown and an author. I am always entertained when I listen to or read one of her books. I am sad to say that the audio quality for this book is terrible. The narration by Robin Mattson is ok, but the quality of the audio really did detract form the experience. Audible you should record this one again, please.
The only problem I had with this book was at certain time in the book music would play at the same time the narrator is talking and I could bearly hear what she is saying. Other then that, it was a good book.
Quite enjoyed this one,pleasant narration & easy to listen to..although the quality at times made it almost difficult to listen to.What I really liked about this one too was the natural manner in which it was narrated..ie the female narrator doesn't attempt to sound masculine when reading the male lines..!
Love Sandra Brown but this story was so BADLY recorded you could barely listen.....in fact for the first time ever I gave up!!! At the end of each chapter there was music - over the top of the narrator.....so you could make out a word!! Appalling!
Maybe on Sandra Brown, Robin sounded too old to portray a young character.
I have read other Brown books and liked them.
Between the low quality of sound and music on this audible, Robin sounded too old to portray the characters in this book.
Worst performance I have ever listened to. Sound quality was terrible.Could not listen very long.. Why the confusing illustration? I have the unabridged cassettes, narrated by Richard Poe (very good performance) but wanted story on my ipod.
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