The Westmorelands always get what they want!
Delaney won't let a mix-up delay her vacation, so she agrees to share a secluded cabin with another guest - a sheikh bent on seduction!
In the mountains of Montana, charming player Stone helps a prim and proper lady find her mother - for the reward of passion-filled nights under the stars....
Back in Atlanta, firefighter Storm will sweet-talk any woman into his bed - even a too-hot-too-handle virgin who leaves him craving more....
Meet the Atlanta Westmorelands in three sensual stories of love, family loyalty, and passion from New York Times best-selling author Brenda Jackson!
Delaney's Desert Sheikh
Stone Cold Surrender
Riding the Storm
©2015 Brenda Streater Jackson (P)2015 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.
better narration --all of the characters sounded the same in each book. The women sounded horrible.
The stories was good
Characters all sounded the same even the women.
disappointment in narration
A must read our listen. I see why this narrator is so sought after, all his character impressions are distinguishable. I fallen in love with all the Westmorelands just from the narrator's description of them.
The Steve Urkle voice tone for the female characters is very distracting and Makes the character come across as a bimbo and dim witted when she is far from it . I am able to move past this because of this authors way of writing romance novels that keep me listening to her books over and over again. I just can't get enough of those Madaris's
This is my first break away to try something new
HAVING THESE BOOKS TOGETHER WAS GREAT...NOW I HAVE TO GET THE REST OF THE WESTMORELAND SERIES.....PLEASE MRS.BRENDA JACKSON. ...PLEASE PUT THE ENTIRE SERIES ON AUDIBLE BOOKS
"Really loved it very captivating stories"
Brenda Jackson at her best. I really love all three books they story lines were so captivating and kept me guessing what next. Once I started listening to the first story I just kept on listening.
I really enjoyed the last story Riding the Storm it was funny, and I fell in love with Storm's character. He was really funny. I also loved Stone who was who was very serious but fun to get to know as the story developed.
Storm at his cousin Chase' restaurant - trying to convince himself he didnt love Jayla that particular story line had me laughing a lot it was very amusing. I also enjoyed the scene from the first story Delaney Desert Sheikh when they first met - she is such a strong character. which I really liked.
Yes very much so.
Brenda keep writing about the Westmorelands I look forward to reading more fun filled goings on with this family.
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