It all started with one passionate night…
Don't preach to Alexis Montgomery about settling down. She's got her act together - a fabulous new job, great friends, and plenty of dating prospects. She's happily taking New York City by storm, so why would she ruin things by committing to just one man?
If anyone could influence Alexis, it might be Graham Stone. He's gorgeous and brilliant, enough to make any red-blooded woman question her single status. Unfortunately, he's also her boss. When these two seductive forces collide, neither thinks past the sparks they are generating. But their rendezvous has an unexpected consequence during the holiday season - one that could make them never want to walk away.
©2013 Donna Hill (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
Yes, I enjoyed the fact that Alexis and Graham played the hard act of love.
The most memorable moment of the book is when Graham needed Alexis to go with him to visit his mom. That itself showed that he really loved her and depended upon her for moral support.
I love Cary Hite and no this perfomance was different.
No, I do however hate the fact that he had to read a letter from his mom, rather than her tell him herself about why she gave him up.
The book started out slow all the way to the end, the worst book I have listen to.
Did not like his narrating, Can not do a woman voice.5 thumbs down
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