For generations the Eatons have been dedicated to teaching others. Now siblings Belinda, Myles, and Chandra are about to get some sexy, surprising lessons in love.
Lesson 1: Love arrives when you least expect it.
Belinda Eaton is dedicated to her job as a history teacher in one of Philadelphia’smost challenging high schools. Committing to a man, however, is not exactly onher agenda. Then a tragedy brings her closer to gorgeous attorney Griffin Rice,and they have to share custody of their twin goddaughters.
Griffin never sawhimself as husband or father material, but suddenly family vacations and Sundaydinners with the girls are the highlight of his schedule—and getting closer totheir smart, intriguing godmother is his number one priority. Can he teach herthat their partnership has turned into a loving relationship powerful enough tolast?
©2013 Rochelle Alers (P)2013 Blackstone Audio
I am a fan of the Eaton Family Series. So this story was very enjoyable.
The most memorable moment was when Belinda & Griffin realized how wrong they both were in their opinions of each other..
The narrator was a disappointment. First, she mispronounced a number of words throughout the story. It was VERY distracting. Second, her reading was choppy in places; pausing where she should not have. Third, her reading just went flat at some points. It was as if this was a practice run. Some of the other Eaton stories were narrated by Corey Allen, ...very enjoyable other than his voice did not register as low as it should have for some of the male dialogue. But he did not constantly mispronounce words as Erica Love did.
It takes Two!
Great narrator, yesssss.
No 1st ,but listen to other narrator,she is the so far.
raising kid , and still finding love,
more by this author, and narrator.
I believe the story is good, excellent even but this narrator is horrible.
I loved the fact that they are raising the twins together.
She has one tone!
Yes because it would be actors and visuals.
I'm going to buy the kindle books,
This narrator isn't even fit for children's books. Seriously??? A wonderful story ruined! If u can get past the narration, you will love the story.
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