Then, with all the subtlety of Bourbon Street at Mardi Gras, a jumbo-sized Boxer destroys Josie's flowering windowboxes, and in the process, brazenly captures petite Rosie's undying devotion. Now that Rosie and the aptly named Zip are an item, Josie finds herself an unwilling chaperone - and doing her best to avoid Zip's owner, the irritatingly appealing Paul Brouillette.
Anyone can see that the wealthy, sexy Paul is little more than a love 'em and leave 'em Cajun playboy. He's all for l'amour, but Josie has no intention of falling for him. Still, ever since Paul came into her life, strange things have been happening. She hears music that isn't there. Then she smells her mother's favorite cologne in an empty room. Maybe her mom's trying to send her a message. Something about finding love where you least expect it . . . And listening to your heart.
©2004 Fern Michaels; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I just couldn't get through this book. I listened to the first 3 hours hoping it would get better, but the characters seemed to be far fetched right from the beginning, and the readers southern accent was just unbearable to listen to. I finally gave up altogether. I have read other books by Fern Michaels, but I wouldn't recommend spending your money on this audiobook....
While listening to this book, I kept waiting for it to get better. It didn't. The story is ridiculous, the characters are not believable, and it was a complete waste of time to listen to this book.
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