Robbed of her youthful ideals and at the center of scandal and tragedy, Jade ran as far and as fast as she could. But she never forgot the sleepy "company town" where every man, woman, and child was dependent on one wealthy family. And she never forgot their spoiled son, who with his two friends changed her life forever.
Someday, somehow, she'd return...exacting a just revenge, freeing herself from her enemies' grasp, and, perhaps, fulfilling a lost promise of love.
©2007 Sandra Brown; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Fast-paced drama." (Publishers Weekly)
If you are an emotional person, you will experience quite a few of them with this book. It's a good listen with a bit of nail biting tension and a dash of revenge.
Yes, but it's definitely a
A different narrator that didn't
It kept my interest enough to want to return to it to see what would happen next and how it would unfold.
Many explorations and adventures await!
Unbearable sex scenes (had to skip each part that's how cheesy) ...as with most of Sandra Brown's books I read she makes men out to be so shallow and one minded...although a man myself I know how we think, but NOT all of us are the way she portrays. Sadly the story is just that a story without a doubt like watching a soap opera....oh well, least it was only $4.95 :-/
Narrator did an EXCELLENT job as always Dick Hill is the best
I have read some Sandra Brown books that have been great mysteries. This was not one. I have since learned that much of her earlier work was closer to romance than mystery. This was a little of both, but way to much toward the Romance Genre for my taste.
This book is typical Brown. As I have read her over the years, she is like great wine. Just keeps getting better.
Jade. Because she didn't give up and she worked towards justice.
Yes, it is a fantastic long road trip book.
If a family owned a town and wielded as much power as the Padgetts, $1M shouldn't have put them into total ruin. The revenge plot was fantastic, but should have gotten to them in other ways that totally ruined them. Like mortgage the family homestead.
The story was interesting if perhaps not totally believeable. I really felt the narrator ruined it for me. Maybe there were too many characters for one narrator but you could not tell the character by the voice. They all sounded like middle aged or older men.
This is the first book of Sandra Brown that I have either listened to or read. And I am curious to listen to another to see what else she has to offer. This book was intense I found myself almost agitated by the events like I had been apart of them in some small degree.
I could see Breath of Scandal on Lifetime.
This book had some intense moments. I think it would be difficult for anyone who had been a victim themselves in a violent crime. I found myself being drawn into the story and sharing the characters sense of impotence when all normal avenues of help and justice were shut to her.
The main character in this novel was raped (very early in the book so I am not giving away any of the story line with this review) and it is incredibly off putting to have a man narrating the moments after the rape and her account of it. I ended up finishing the book but there were times I was cringing while listening to him.
I really enjoyed this tale from down south! The reader was great....he's not a female so he doesn't sound exactly female...if you can get over that it's all up hill from there! I loved this story and found myself doing extra chores and staying up later and listening....I only give 5 stars when I think it's totally deserved!!! I am a picky credit user and am not disappointed! Enjoy!
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