Sometimes a sacrifice is the purest form of love.
Rhea Daniels is a survivor. Just released from prison for the murder of her pedophile father, she is trying to put the past behind her and build a new life. When Rhea goes to work for Morgan Scott, an ex-priest with a big heart and a damaged soul, Rhea is challenged to face her wildest dreams and worst nightmares.
And Morgan isn't without challenges of her own. When a man with a grudge comes to claim his revenge, she learns that, sometimes, there is no clear line between right and wrong. And sometimes redemption is about being willing to take a stand.
©2016 Donna K. Ford (P)2016 Bold Strokes Books Inc
The story was well written. The characters were well drawn. The environment and scenes were visible in my mind's eye.
Intense scenes were appropriately tense. The cadence was mostly good. The main characters personalities and voices were absolutely drawn for us through the narrators understanding of their well-crafted descriptions from the author's work.
Unfortunately, the narrator has a tendency to be limited in tone. At the same time, the quiet or sensual seemed to elude her; too loud and/or high-pitched when she should be quiet, tender, or sensual. I like her voice, but, too-high-expectations can be blamed on the narrators who are also actors. There's no visual queues, so we rely on the actors to set the tone. Find the sexy in you so that you bring us in the moment and not just reading words on a page. It is a good start to a future in entertainment.
I don't know who would enjoy this
I couldn't even finish it.
No, she reads too fast and has no feeling for the story.
It seemed to have a good story line but was not going anywhere.
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