Down on her luck and desperate for work, beautiful Hannah Grey finds herself in a mansion on the wild Maine coast, caring for a lonely elderly woman. On her deathbed, she entrusts Hannah with a dangerous secret. Now Hannah’s on the run, pursued by killers, and she desperately needs the one man who can keep her alive.
Gabriel Prescott has hunted for a home his entire life. Now he’s on the verge of finding his long-lost family. Only one person dares to stand in his way – Hannah Grey. Yet the delicate, determined woman who threatens his search for truth may be the only woman who can save him.
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©2009 Christina Dodd (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
“Christina Dodd is my go-to author [for]…hot romance, fast action, and that magic ingredient – heart.” (Jayne Ann Krentz)
I definitely will read this book again as all others from this series. Every book I've red of Christina Dodd leaves me with the desire to read more of her books. The romance, the adventure, the humor, the mystery - everything is there in a perfect proportion. And Angela Dawe makes those adventures sound even better.
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
No, if you are not a fan of author. I purchased due to Ms Dawe as the reader.
I have Natalie Ross, Thigh High, and 1 Prescott sister story, Pepper. All have a good outline, but the stories come off as such. No more for me.
This was not worth my precious listening time, even though Ms Dawe was great reading it.
As most authors do, they reference their other stories to entice you to read them. This story explains just briefly, but not great how 3 other stories are related. This series has stand alone plots so no order is necessary.
Note: you must use new 1.25x speed to get the impact the author intended.
I love Ms Dawe male and children's voices. See Julie Garwood's Sweet Talk or Tiffany Snow series.
Author has great outlines, but to step it up a notch, needs better editing. See Sandra Brown's Mean Streak, wow.
The main male character in this book is so obviously stupid that I just wanted to smack him from the very beginning. He couldn't see what should have been blatantly clear and it just made the book almost painful to listen to.
While the other stories int his series drew me in and captured my interest, this story was a bit tedious. The characters were boring and predictable. I honestly couldn't finish the story. Very disappointing.
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