After the murder of a teenage girl, a mysterious man in a black leather jacket was seen lurking near the crime scene. Investigative reporter Tessa Novak has him in her sights as the culprit.
That man was Julian Darcangelo, an undercover FBI agent working with the Denver police. He's closing in on the trail of a human trafficker and killer. Tessa's accusations could blow his cover, and he wants her off the investigation.
But just as Tessa has made Julian a target of interest, she is now a target of the killer. And as they are forced to trust each other, their physical attraction escalates as intensely as the threat from a ruthless murderer who wants to see both of them dead...
©2006 Pamela Clare (P)2012 Tantor
"Calling on her own experiences, reporter turned author Clare adds a realistic edge to her suspenseful writing. . . . Clare definitely seems to have found her niche." (Romantic Times)
By far one of the best.
All of them. They all have their own personality and voice. I would listen to more books done by this narrator.
I would absolutely listen to Hard Evidence again. I loved the Kaleo's portrayal of the character's.
I loved the whole book. There wasn't one part that stood out more than another.
No, I've not experienced Kaleo's work before but I will look for him in the future.
I had read this novel a couple years ago, and immediately became a Pamela Claire fan. When I heard this was out in audio, I grabbed it. It is spine chilling, romantic and sweet and I couldn't turn it off, even though I had already read the story!
The growth of the relationship between Kara and Reese. It wasn't a meet and jump in bed kind of thing, although Kara and Margaritas made it close. Also the immediate acceptance of Kara's son by Reese.
Kaleo Griffith totally brought this story to life! I could listen to him read just about anything. Looking forward to listening to the next I-Team book!
I laughed, and felt heart racing fear, at different times. Loved the romance.
Recommend this series, and applaud Kaleo Griffith on his performance.
Make no mistake between my personality and my attitude. My personality is who I am, my attitude depends on who you are.........
Coming off the first book which I loved loved loved; I wasn't as fond of this one. The first half of the book was a little drawn out as the story was set up and because of the profound story-line, it was hard for me to engage in the romance.
The narrator was wonderful as he was in the first; definitely one of the most "sexy" male voices!!!!
Love Romantic Erotica with a twist , thrill, suspense and a great story !
Love this series! The investigative team is so exciting and the woman are great ! Each story is so intense. Anxious for the next and the next ! Not a disappointment in any area ! Julian is soooo sexy !
If the female investigative reporter (Tessa) was smarter than a chunk of wood.
The first one was great. This one I fast forwarded so much because I couldn't believe what a blundering idiot Tessa was. I would put her common sense somewhere around 12-13, but I don't want to insult that age group.
I'd replace the female lead with someone who has a brain that matches her supposed credentials.
Could have been a really good book.
Hard Evidence ranks fairly high in my opinion. Pamela Clare is a clever writer and I was thoroughly entertained from start to finish.
Pamela Clare is pretty unique because she combines romance with action and suspense. It's like a cross between Lee Child and Sylvia Day.
Absolutely, I can't get enough of his voice. Normally I'd get creeped out during the sex scenes but this guy is good. Not to mention I was pleasantly surprised when I Googled his picture, hunkyness!
I was fortunate enough to have an entire day to listen to this book at work. If anything it was over too soon.
HATE spoilers! Enjoy HOT, sexy books. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. Running out this type Audible-so on2 lighter romance/mystery :-(
The story of murder and the investigation that follows.
Julian! He was so dark, deep and sexy!
I love Kaleo Griffith's performance in the previous I-Team book & most in this book. However, his portrayal of Tessa's character (with a southern accent) sounded like a female Forrest Gump.
Like what exactly? I am looking forward to listening to the rest in this series.
Note: Sexual situations and a bit of strong language.
What a voice...he is one of the best I have heard since Phil Gigante. When will they learn that a masculine part requires a male narrator!!!! It makes all the difference in the world!
Please Please Please realize that masculine parts in books require male narrators!!! It makes it or breaks it. Nothing worse than hearing a Scottish Highlander or an undercover cop that sounds like Pee Wee Herman!!!
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