The truth will set you free... if it doesn't get you killed.
Savannah Slade is not the person she thought she was. The reading of her "father's" will has led her to a world-shattering revelation: her sisters are not her blood kin, and she may be the heiress to a massive fortune. Her not-quite-fiancé Judd doesn't care where she came from - he only wants her by his side. But the primal need to uncover her past wins out, and Savannah trades the Montana ranges for Miami's moneyed oceanside enclaves.
The wealthy and powerful Stoss family is less than overjoyed to find that Gerald Stoss's daughter has emerged from the past. But theirs is a clan seldom troubled by inconveniences. They've always had the means to eradicate any blemish on their perfect lives. One more won't make a difference.
©2011 Sharon Sala (P)2011 Harlequin Enterprises, Ltd.
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
Entertaining, riveting in places, action, intrigue and sorrow; this story kept me listening till I finished it. I was listening to it while grocery shopping it was that good. The tale that was spun was; what lengths a person would go to for power and money. Our heroine was a very brave young woman with lots of moxie. I really loved her attorney Thomas Jefferson, you could tell he was one of a kind. The story moved along swiftly, didn't bog down, wasn't drawn out and had a satisfying ending.
Yes worth a credit.
My reading and listening tastes are eclectic.
This is a good listen, but if you haven't listened to or read the other books in the series you will not be able to follow parts of it. This is the second book in the series, and without the first book, one will feel lost. And you need the third book (read after listening to this one) to feel the satisfaction of having actually finished the series.
The story is another Sala hit but will not purchase additional books with this reader. The reading was clear and well paced but the voices - both male and female did not fit - to the point that I did not listen to the entire book and will not listen to the second in the series that I purchased at the same time. I've read the books and loved the stories. Diappointing.
Madison does the great voices, she knows how to stay on track with each charactor so that I never had to guess who's dialog I was hearing. Great voice with a fairly even audio level. I just hate having to turn the volumm up and down! Madison got the emotions across with out the flux in volumm control.
A thriller, comedy, romance and tear jerker all in one! The plots twists and turns, just when I thought I knew what was next... it changed! LOL! Just love a book that can keep me in suspense. My husband really enjoyed it to, (I heard him laugh out loud a few times)
No for Sala. Read one, you've read them all. Vaughn's issue was the material, so I'd probably give her another shot.
The books were so repetitive and boring. Should have been one book or a series of short stories.
Annoyance and disappointment.
Love Romantic Erotica with a twist , thrill, suspense and a great story !
The story was interesting, good plot. There should be continuing stories about the sisters of Savannah. Hmmm , we will see. But the erotica / sex / left little to be desired. Not much there. So if you like little sex , and a good plot , this book would be for you.
The story idea was interesting, but it seemed like a first time, by the formula, attempt at writing. It all felt very amateurish. Perhaps I'll give this author another chance in a few years if she manages to get more novels published and see if her style improves, but at this point in time, I would not recommend this book.
Blood Ties is a totally different book that I am used to reading, but regardless of that I really enjoyed the suspense and story line.
My favorite character was Thomas Jefferson the attorney. I would love to run into an attorney like that on the street.
The best moment in the book was when Savannah Slade walks in the room at the end when Joseph Stoss thinks she is deceased. It was priceless!!!
I loved the story but I think it went overboard in the story when they had to include the boating incident where the boat blew up and they killer was in the room beside Savannah's room. Just a little too much going on in the story and it was not related to what was really happening, I started getting confused with who's was who in the story.
I am on the second hour of this book and not sure if I can finish it... I don't like the reader and I'm not sure the story can get me thur the rest, pretty sappy and predictable. :-(
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