Dr. Samantha Moore is one of the youngest and most acclaimed researchers in the world. Her specialty is blood, and she has been recruited by the largest pharmaceutical company in Scotland.
For what purpose, she cannot begin to imagine, but in an attempt to break out of her painfully shy shell, she throws caution to the wind and leaves her family and best friend behind in Savannah.
Dr. Kade Gunnach is taking a chance hiring an outsider, but he's desperate to find out how to help his sister. He believes the key lies in her blood, but so far, no one has found the answers. When the new researcher walks into his office, he's unprepared for his reaction to her and the life-changing ramifications her arrival brings.
They're drawn together by a force neither is prepared for, but Kade is holding something back. Something that could scare her away.
When Samantha learns his secret, will she run?
Will Kade be able to live with the answers he's been desperately searching for?
©2012 Tracey Jackson (P)2014 Tracey Jackson
Of course I would listen to this again! Hearing the Scottish accents come to life were so much more fun than it was in my own head!
I do hope the rest of the series will also be put into Audio Format as I really do enjoy this series. Everyone should have their own Cauld Ane mate in real life!
I need to start with the narrator. She has an awesome Scottish brogue that I could listen to forever and her performance of dialog is pretty good for the most part. But her narration is absolutely awful. The cadence and emphasis she uses is very distracting and annoying. It's over dramatized and stilted. Hard to explain, but listen to the sample before buying this book. It's hard to tell if the dialog was really pretty lame or it was just the way it was performed. I won't be listening to any more that are narrated by Valerie Gilbert so I will probably read them instead.
The story is pretty good although the premise that Samantha moves to Scotland because she is a renown researcher and lands a job for the purpose of solving a mysterious malady is almost completely ignored.
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