Preacher's daughter Lauren thinks that she is going to work for wealthy Olivia Lockett as a secretary. Instead, the matriarch makes Lauren a scandalous offer to marry her son in name only. Lauren has strong feelings for him but are they strong enough?
©2014 Sandra Brown (P)2013 Hachette Audio
The overall story is compelling, however the characters are a little over-the-top in personalities. Way too innocent or way to mean-spirited making them less believable.
I think the book would have been 2 hours shorter if he didn't pause every couple of words.
I'm a Sandra Brown fan through and through. I stuck with it, in spite of the narrator, because it's a nice story.
At certain parts of the book it was a good read. But alot of talk describing sexual encounters between main characters. I skipped ahead a number of times, heard that last chapter!!
Yes I like the author, and rarely disappointed in her books, but I am with this one. I would not recommend it to anyone.
Yes, but not sad that came to the end.
You can seldom go wrong when reading Sandra Brown. This one held my interest and I loved that she mercilessly killed off a few bad guys that so deserved it.
I fell in love with the characters and wanted/needed to know what was going to happen between the two.
This is a story where kindness and goodness wins over bad. They have their ups and downs but Life is like that but we get through it and learn from it.
A better narrator. A man's voice doing the prim lady just didn't work and I didn't even finish it was that bad.
Yes, I normally love Sandra Brown's books.
A female voice is crucial.
The narration was so bad I couldn't even finish the book. I couldn't get into the story at all. I gave 2 stars because if there was someone else narrating I probably would've like the book. I love Sandra Brown but the narrator ruined this book for me.
Sandra Brown is over the hill, needed a quick buck or did not write this book. I have read everything she ever wrote. This is awful and must be embarrassing to her.
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