From #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts comes a compelling story about love's powerful ability to break down barriers.
Nothing in Sydney Hayward's background of wealth and privilege prepared her to take the helm of her family's corporation, and her new responsibilities left no room for complications. Mikhail Stanislaski was definitely a complication. Earthy and entirely masculine, Mikhail came from a world utterly different from her own. But the way she felt when he put his strong, work-hardened hands on her was wreaking havoc with Sydney's resolve.
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Engaged to a wonderful man, mother of two beautiful daughters, gaga to the greatest granddaughter, about to be to an adorable grandson, love to read, plant flowers, walk on the beach, live, love and laugh all I can~
This story takes up where Taming Natasha left off. I love the series of this old Ukranian family and their wonderful family life. Enjoyed seeing Miquel and his life take shape.
I would have liked more meat, more detail and depth, but it was a fun Nora short. I'm always left wanting more! Make movies!!
"Love it only my favorite author and all books by her are best. Ready to read the next one. Hope it's as good"
Awesome as all Nora Roberts books are always the best story's love her amazing books
I love Nora Roberts stories. They are full of fun characters that are fully developed and create their own life. I read this story several times over the years and it always brings a smile to my face. The narration does not live up to the story being woven although the narrator is much better in this book then she was in Taming Natasha.
Enjoyed the story except that it made Mikhail sound like a barbaric Ukrainian and that they aren't very bright when intact they are. Made him sound like a brut. Poor Russian accents as well as mispronunciations of Russian words and even his name. The story was great. If you can get past the poor performance then it's a great read.
first time I struggled through an audio book. there is so much conversation between the 2 characters, it definitely needed a male counterpart. not to mention, listening to a woman mimic a male Ukrainian voice was so odd. I stopped and started several times. it was distracting and unnatural and made the story seem halted. better luck next time I guess
I've had a few audio books from Nora Roberts now and this is the best.
The story flowed and was engaging.
Narrator was very good also (loved the accents)
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