She Can Run
Ballet dancer Tommie Purnell has finally left her troubles behind her. After a devastating scandal derails her dancing career in New York, she flees to Houston for a fresh start. Once her new dance studio takes off, the rest of Tommie's life follows suit. But when a local woman connected to Tommie turns up dead, Tommie is petrified...and doesn't know where to turn.
But She Can't Hide
When veteran homicide detective Paulo Sanchez walks through her door, Tommie wonders if her troubles have just doubled. She and Paulo had a torrid attraction years ago. . .but she's sworn off men because of too many broken dreams. Yet their sizzling attraction can't be denied, and as their passion intensifies, the killer's body count also rises. That's when all clues point toward the one person Tommie thought she could finally believe in....
©2009 Maureen Smith (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
Yes the NARRATOR!!!!!
Nothing, it has it's own flavor!!!
I would have loved this book if Diana Luke would have read it!!! I almost want to read it myself again.
It was hot by it's self it didn't need much of anything else.
Get a new narrator and re-do this book to give it the justice it deserves.
overall the story is a great one, and I love everything this author writes, but..... the narrator RUINS it.....
Paulo and Tommy's story was full of on the edge of your seat suspense. I actually read this book a couple of years ago and was interested to hear how it would come alive on Audible. It was definitely worth the repurchase. I really wish Mrs. Smith would make more or all of her books available on Audible. I still couldn't believe who the killer was at the end. I also love how we were able to get updates on Korrine and Raf.
Amazing Romantic Suspenseful
At this time I can't think of anything that compares in this genre.
Paulo Sanchez. I loved his bravado, his realness, & his willingness to love & accept Tommie for who she was.
No. I didn't laugh out loud or cry at any point. However, I did gasp a few times here & there.
I enjoyed this book thoroughly, because no matter which way it turned I did not suspect the killer to be who it was. Throughout the entire book I kept saying, I bet it was him, no it was him, no it was him. By the time the story reached the end, I was like NO ITS HIM & I couldn't believe it. I never suspected him. GREAT READ/LISTEN!
Hot, romance mystery.
Paulo Sanchez. He was loving deadly and playful.
Her character voices were on point.
I think that I like thed Paulo (Main male character) was not a perfect guy. It goes with the ending where the author talks about redemption. Not only his redemption but also that of Johnnys.
I would have had Paulo and Johnny experience more together. They reconnecteded, fell in love and got engaged in a matter of a week pretty much from spending time at each others homes. I just wish there was more substance in their relationship to make their love more real.
Paulo was definetly my favorite. She sounded masculine, smooth and sensual with a thick accent.. It was very believable.
Not really. I must say Zane had parts and jokes that did make me laugh. And some of the endearing thoughts between Paulo and Johnny did put a smile on my face.
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