Surveying the proposed site for a high-end golf course should have been a breeze for spunky landscape architect Sophie Smith. But when this born-and-bred city girl is suddenly - and quite literally - swept off her feet by a sexy cowboy on horseback, she realizes that the country life has some serious (and seriously steamy!) possibilities. That is, until she finds out exactly who her smokin'-hot wrangler really is.
Cowboy and tribal lawyer Jake Lodge is desperately trying to block the development. And if that means playing hardball - and being every inch the shark lawyer - so be it. But Sophie is a distraction he didn't expect. A distraction that makes his blood burn.
Two different worlds. Two opposing sides. And when they finally give in to the exquisite temptation, the consequences will shake the foundations of both of their lives.
©2013 Rebecca Zanetti (P)2013 Tantor
This is not my usual kind of book but it sounded good so I bought it yesterday afternoon and finished it last evening. It did keep me entertained. The story was good and the sex was great and the characters, Jake. Sophie, Leila, Quinn, Dawn, Loni, Tom, Colton and Preston were all terrific and I think I might just go read Quinn's story now. I would definitely recommend this author. AND I listened to the book as I read! The narrator was awesome!
happily ever afters
To be fair to the author, I only listened to 45 minutes before jumping ship. I didn't like the narrator in the least. I could hear every intake of breath and it got on my last nerve!
The awful narration aside, after 45 minutes I could tell this was gonna be another story that didn't have anything to say that I wanted to hear. Maybe there's something wrong with me, but I've met a few real MEN that I've been attracted to, but never have I been blinded or obsessed by their muscles to the point I went completely stupid within 10 minutes of meeting them. Then again, I've never met George Strait....
The director should have caught the indrawn breaths ASAP and done whatever was necessary to fix the problem. I don't know if this is training issue that a narrator learns to overcome or an editiing issue. Overall, I feel this narrator's voice is best suited for children and young adult books. I can hear her captivating these audiences in a library setting.
If the listener is looking for weightless fluff and doesn't mind cheesy - go for it.
In the introduction to the book the narrator is listed as Heather Smith, not Ann Marie Lee.
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