An unexpected blizzard, an accident that leads to amnesia, and a baby she doesn't recognize; could the situation get any more complicated? Leanndra DeHart discovers it can when she finds herself in a secluded cabin with a hot cop who invented the word brooding. As she struggles to regain her memory, Leanndra can't ignore the ring on her finger any more than her growing attraction to Shane Knox, the cop with a secret past of his own.
The longer Leendra takes refuge in his cabin, the more questions pile up and the more Shane's cop radar tells him something is very wrong. Is she married? Is she the mother of baby Molly? And what was she doing out in a blizzard with no ID?
Shane knows he must find out what - or who - Leanndra is running from, before their attraction takes them past the point of no return.
©2007 Sherrie Eddington (P)2010 AudioLark Audio Books
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THIS BOOK WASNT REALLY THAT GREAT, IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO LISTEN TO JUST TO PASS THE TIME THEN THIS BOOK IS PERFECT. I DO NOT PLAN TO LISTEN TO THIS EVER AGAIN.
Narrator's voice is more suited to children's books. It made the characters seem weak. The story itself was enjoyable.
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
No. this reader changed her name about at least 4 times, all bad reading voice. Give it up please. She now reads under a different AKA, but I have learned to listen for her bad give away style. Please audible, it is not fair to not list the AKA of your readers. Yes, some do get better and even great ie: Natalie Ross,but please read reviewers who pay attention to the readers YOU are paying. They are costing you fans
I purchased this reader early on in my audible buys, what a great waste of money as she recorded under different names. I buy many books all at once, when on sale, so YES I do get burned on some of these bad readers.
The well written story and characters
She reads well, and has a nice voice, although without acting ability.
No extreme reactions, but it held my interest from beginning to end.
I enjoyed a book that actually had a story without violence, although violence was alluded to, and without steamy sex scenes....more of a love story.
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