Family secrets and a hidden past - a woman's search to uncover the truth ignites danger and passion in this novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Julie Garwood.
Cordelia Kane has always been a daddy's girl - her father raised her alone after her mother died in a car crash when Cordelia was just two years old. So when he has a serious heart attack, Cordelia is devastated, and the emotion is only intensified by the confusion she feels when he reveals the shocking truth about her mother.
Cordelia can't suppress her curiosity about the woman who gave birth to her, and when she discovers the answers to her questions lie in Sydney, Australia, she travels there to get them.
Hotel magnate Aiden Madison is Cordelia's best friend's older brother. He's oblivious to the fact that she's had a crush on him for years. When he gets railroaded into taking her along to Sydney on his company jet, he's unwittingly drawn into a volatile family drama.
Aiden wants to help Cordelia get answers about her mother, but threats from her wealthy, high-powered family are quickly becoming dangerous. Sparks are flying between Cordelia and Aiden, but after multiple attempts are made on Cordelia's life, Aiden realizes he must put a stop to the madness before he loses the thing he values most.
©2014 Julie Garwood (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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Happy to have the trilogy completed. Had just re-listened to Fire and Ice, and wondered when we'd find out about Cordi and Aiden.
Tanya Eby does an adequate job, but the male voices and accents were not the best.
Yeah, I would have like to have listened to this all in one sitting.
Didn't agree with some of the negative reviews I read before listening to the book.
I have never read a book by Julie Garwood that was anything but entertaining. As far as Tanya Eby goes, while the accent's could have been better. I have listen to much worse narrator's. All of Ms. Garwood's character's would be great in a book of their own. A book with these main characters have long been awaited. And for me was a real treat. I would love to see Walker's, Spencer's, and Liam's stories told.
Maybe - pretty bad narration on this one.
Probably. I waited so long to finally have Aiden and Cordi's story. Love this series. Only problem with this one was the big "climax" of the story was too distant and removed from the main characters. Didn't get that - sort of anti-climatic at the end of the day b
Someone a lot better with male voices and accents. Pretty bad.
I want to see the characters continue.
A little disappointed - maybe after the long wait for this book - too much expectation. Really think the main characters should have been more involved with the final takedown.
I have been a Julie Garwood fan for some time now. I love 'Fast Track' I listened to the book in my car on my way to work. There were a few times I didn't want to leave my car, I just wanted to keep listening to the story. I love all her books. wish I could say I loved one more than the other but just can't do it..
Having Regan, Sofie and Cordie back together again..
How Cordie handled the first meeting with her mother.
I love the way the men in her stories are so wonderful....
I'm so glad this book has finally been written, now the series is complete. I enjoyed this one as much as Murder List and Fire and Ice. I like Julie Garwood's writing and am never disappointed. If it's new, I'll be in line to get it.
Middle of the range. It was good, entertaining, but I've definitely listened to better by Ms. Garwood.
Cordelia - she was head strong without being stupid.
I like Tanya Eby and she did a decent job. The Australian accents could have been better, but overall, it wasn't bad.
The beginning of the book with her father was very well written and touching.
Not a bad book. If you've read a lot of Ms. Garwood's books, then you'll know this isn't like her historical romance novels, which will always be my favorite genre by her. This storyline was better than the one for Sophie. Murder List, however, will be the best of this trilogy.
I enjoyed listening to this book. Tanya Eby, narrator , did a good job except when it came to doing an Australian accent. But overall, I couldn't wait to get back to listening. I've read most of Julie Garwood ' s books. I have several that are my favorites. And I'm anxious to listen to a narrator while I work a puzzle online. 😄
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