After years of independence, Cameron has to learn to live with his brothers again, while he struggles with cooking, cleaning, and caring for a difficult boy. Old rivalries and new resentments flare between Cameron and his brothers, but they try to put aside their differences for Seth's sake.
In the end, a social worker, as tough as she is beautiful, will decide Seth's fate. She has the power to bring the Quinns together - or tear them apart...
©2008 Nora Roberts; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I didn't care for the southern accent of the performance. Somehow I don't figure Phillip, a strong city guy, having a weak southern accent or Ethan as pathetic and weak as the accent makes him.
Too much sex and poor storyline. I have listened to quite a few of her books and really enjoyed them. Bought this one because it was a Nora Roberts and the description looked interesting. More than once I thought about returning it. Would not recommend this book to anyone.
The story lacked a connection with the young boy Seth. I get it is supposed to be a romance novel, and focus on the romantic parties, but really didn't feel a strong connection to the characters.
David Stuart has an annoying habit of snapping his jaw creating a clashing of teeth during the narration.
Meh is about all I can say. Weak and predictable. Not her best work. Don't waste the credits. The next two are just as meh IMO.
The characters were idiots
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The narrator did a great job. He had a wide range of voice styles.
Well none of it was good but the ending was the most brutal.
I feel like I was misled by good reviews. This book made me roll my eyes a lot but the narrator did a great job.
Feeling right there
No really like to savor the books but its hard when there this good
Sure - good character development and story was compelling
Other Nora Roberts books - similar style and story line
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