One of romance's most beloved authors, Sandra Brown creates love stories of unsurpassed passion and emotion. Her "larger than life heroes and heroines make you believe all the warm, wonderful, wild things in life" (Rendezvous). Now, the author of more than 35 New York Times best sellers delivers a powerful, erotic, and deeply moving tale of a woman reunited with her first and only love - a man who wants what she denied him ten years ago.
Dani Quinn walked into her high school reunion with dread and anticipation. She knew Logan Webster would be there, and she had no idea how she would react the first time she saw him. She had left both Logan and the small Texas town years before. Her departure had been abrupt, painful, and not of her choosing. She'd never had the chance to tell Logan the truth. After all these years, she wasn't even sure he was interested in hearing her side of the story. She had come to the reunion to prove to herself that she wasn't afraid to see him again. And to ask him for a favor.
Handsome, charming, and dangerously charismatic, Logan has grown into a man who exudes all the power and confidence of a self-made success. He listens as Dani describes her work for Friends in Need, a charitable organization that raises funds for mentally and physically challenged children. He is attentive as she explains the foundation's hope that he will donate one of his properties for a much-needed summer camp. Then he suggests a shocking proposal of his own. A coldhearted "business" deal that conceals a hurt that Logan has never gotten over.
Frightened by her own feelings for Logan, hoping to heal the pain she has caused him, Dani agrees to his unconventional terms. What she never expects is the chance that their love will be rekindled. But it is not that simple. Once again Dani is forced to leave Logan without so much as an explanation. For unbeknownst to Logan, Dani has passed through a heartwrenching tragedy that has changed her life forever, and where she must go not even he can follow.
Poignant, sensual, and unforgettable, In a Class by Itself is classic Sandra Brown.
©2000 Sandra Brown (P)2012 Random House Audio
This is one of the shorter listens and I don't think i even got to the end. I won't waste too much time explaining why so here is the short list.
1. Terrible narrator, horrible accents
2. Terrible male lead, he acts and sounds like a white trash that the female lead really should have ran away from (but this is romance so she comes back to him of course).
This is the crux of the matter for me, if you hate of the leads in a romance there is no way to enjoy the story. I know that Sandra Brown loves to write about this culture (southern) but this audible was a complete fail. I would not recommend it.
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