Good girls just can't win! High school principal Judy Anne Palmer was always a good girl who never did an impulsive, rebellious thing. Ever. And look where it got her!
One night in Dallas, she meets a man and decides to indulge in a liberating night of passion - liberating her from the stigma of being the oldest living virgin north of the Rio Grande. After all, she'll never see her one-night Romeo again.
Unfortunately, the night doesn't turn out exactly the way she planned, and her one-night Romeo isn't exactly one-night stand material.
When he turns up in her hometown as a new teacher on her faculty, Judy Anne knows that she's in big trouble. Can she resist the desire that burns between her and Romeo? Can a night of illicit love be enough?
With eccentric small town characters, a bratty niece, an overbearing school board president, and the temptation of a secret lover, Judy Anne has all she can do to keep her passion from turning into the biggest scandal little Clayton Bend, Texas, has ever seen.
©Ebook Edition 2011 Joan Reeves (P)2012 Joan Reeves
I am an avid -- possibly obsessive -- Audible listener with over 800 books in my library and this is the first review I've felt compelled to write. I feel bad being so negative but the narration was just awful: Flat acting and terrible accents. I really don't care if an accent is spot on perfect or if the dialect is off (whatever) but the english/british accent is so bad. This is the first book that I simply couldn't finish because the narration is so bad. I gave the story 3 stars because I had to put something - It doesn't seem fair to completely disregard the author because of bad narration but I really didn't listen to enough of it to fairly judge.
Both Roman & Julie Ann we made to be like bimbo's. I felt like the story was poorly written. The story base was good though.
This was my first
Nobody, the narration was so bad in this book. May be less terrible to read paperback but the writing is way over the top immature and annoying. potential in the storyline but it was murdered by the writing of it and more so by the narrator.
For one thing, she makes up words and mispronounces EVERYTHING, but that is being quite picky. In general, she read it like a childrens book, paused and emphasised in all of the wrong places like she was literally reading words not a story. then there was the voices! the main character she made to sound like a 6year old little girl??! Made it pretty weird considering all of the supposed sexual tension between her and the male interest.
I will NEVER buy a book with this narrator. honestly was the worst narration I have ever heard and I am an avid audiobook listener.
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS!
A different reader for starters
Yes actually it has. I thought I'd try another erotica after reading shades of gray.....but I realize now that most of it is poorly written and therefore its probably difficult to get good readers. This lady reads like she's in the 5th grade.....no inflection, just mono-tone, and her speech is so stilted
Her British accent is hilarious! And her Texas accent isn't much better.
I don't keep track of readers names
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