Since moving to Austin to ease the pain of tragic mistakes, Paris Gibson has led a life of virtual isolation, coming alive only at night when she hosts her popular radio show. Then one listener - who identifies himself as "Valentino" - tells Paris that the girl he loves jilted him because of Paris's on-air advice. He intends to exact revenge by killing the girl and then coming after Paris.
Desperate to stop the sinister Valentino, Paris enlists the help of the police - including crime psychologist Dean Malloy, the very man she had hoped never to meet again....
©2003 Sandra Brown (P)2007 Simon & Schuster Audio
"A gripping story of abduction, betrayal, and murder that could have been ripped straight from the headlines." (The Early Show, CBS)
"Fascinating.... Will keep you up past your bedtime." (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Totally addicted to Audible.
I do love to hear Victor Slezak read Sandra Brown books so it was a fine way to spend a rainy afternoon. It is not in the same league with many of her other books though.
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
Hot and Sexy an exciting
Dean, who wants to be a good dad
Victor Slezak makes all the Sandra Brown books he reads so great!
When Dean protects his son at the police station
Waiting for full story of White Hot, all time best story
A romantic thriller that kept me guessing all the way through. I really enjoyed this book. Never a dull moment.
Not great...but not bad.....many, many twists....the plot was slow to evolve and the "villains", and there were many......were at times difficult to identify....a no thinking required book.....
Exceptional listen. Loved it. Has all the usual twist and turns. Suspenseful. I hate when one of her books ends you get so involved with the characters you miss then . Narrator was good easy to follow and to listen to.
I enjoyed listening to this Sandra Brown romance mystery. It was not overly erotic and had a good story line. It was not as good as Brown's Envy or other similarly themed books but was still enjoyable.
I like Victor Slezak as a narrator. He does a good job of telling the story without sounding phony or down right weird by trying to imitate women's voices.
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