Handsome, charming, and dangerously charismatic, Logan has grown into a man who exudes all the power and confidence of self-made success. He listens as Dani describes her work for Friends in Need, a charitable organization that raises funds for mentally and physically challenged children. He is attentive as she explains the foundation's hope that he will donate one of his properties for a much-needed summer camp. Then he suggests a shocking proposal of his own. A coldhearted "business" deal that conceals a hurt Logan has never gotten over.
Frightened by her own feelings for Logan, hoping to heal the pain she has caused him, Dani agrees to his unconventional terms. What she never expects is the chance that their love will be rekindled. But it is not that simple. Once again Dani is forced to leave Logan without so much as an explanation. For unbeknownst to Logan, Dani has passed through a heartwrenching tragedy that has changed her life forever, and where she must go not even he can follow.
©1999 Sandra Brown; (P)1999 Random House, Inc.; Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, a Division of Random House, Inc.
The story itself was ok, not one of my favorites of the authors, but the narrator is what made me dislike it most. It was very obvious when she stopped and started by change in volume, voice inflection and "accent". Probably would have enjoyed it more if I had read it to myself.
I think I would have enjoyed the book if I had read it myself. But hearing this lady try to speak like a man, ruined it all for me. Made it through the first 2 chapters and couldn't stand listening to her fake Texas accent that sound more like a redneck.
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