Rachel Parker never planned on going back home. But when a terrible accident abruptly ends her riding career, she has little choice but to return to Pennsylvania and rebuild the family horse farm. Not everyone is happy to see Rachel, though - someone is vandalizing her property, leaving ominous warnings she can’t ignore. It’s as if the creep knows her. As if he’s watching her.
Police Chief Mike O’Connell never counted on Rachel Parker getting in his way. Mike is frustrated as his investigation turns up too many suspects and a shockingly turbulent past Rachel refuses to discuss. There’s no denying the passion igniting between them, but Mike can’t ignore his instincts, or the escalating violence against Rachel. He senses she has a secret, one she refuses to share. A secret that is going to get her killed….
©2012 Melinda Leigh (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
The storyline was good but at times the narration was not up to par. I debated whether or not to give the narration two stars or three. I did figure out who the watcher was almost as soon as the character was introduced but I still enjoyed the book.
The story was good enough to keep my interest, but I was a little distracted by the performance as the voices of the men in the story sounded so very girly. I was able to get past it as soon as I got used to the way Elizabeth Pike narrated. The plot was good enough to keep me going, but I wouldn't want to listen to Pike narrate a story predominately about men.
Even though the narration is mediocre, the story isn't. With plenty of suspects and plot twists and turns, She Can Tell is a great listen.
Did not like the narration at all...... Could not tell who was who when speaking.......
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