Still in town are her beautiful younger sister, Tricia, with her cruel lies; Ken, Tricia's handsome husband, who married the wrong sister; Jigger, the pimp and ruffian with plans of his own; and Cash, proud, mysterious, and complex. It is dangerous for Schyler to even be near Cash, yet she must dare to confront the past - if there is to be any peace in Heaven.
©2006 Sandra Brown; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Carefully modulating pitch and varying the Louisiana bayou accent, Hill clearly delineates the characters, from the light voices of sisters...to the deep Cajun-tinged accent of Cash, sultry and sensual local bad boy. (AudioFile)
The narration was fine - good character display
- storyline not typical Brown - I struggled to finish it - kept waiting for something to happen.
This sat in my Library for a long time since I didn't think I was going to like Dick Hill's narration. I'm not a fan of his. Too much acting, sighing and his telephone machine is so silly. But I have to hand it to him on the narration of this story. It was a little tough to get used to him again at the beginning of this book, but his "Cash" interpretation and accent was so good, I was sold.
Sandra Brown as always can write a book like no other. She is so talented and I have given almost every book she wrote 5 stars. I should have listened to this earlier. Fantastic story in every way.
This was not worth my money. It lacked the usual excitement of Sandra Brown's writing.
For being my first Sandra Brown book, it was great ! Cannot wait to read and /hear plenty more! Narrator was Very Good! Highly recommend it!
This story is from 80s n u can tell. The attitudes of the characters are so different from today and having grown up then it's pretty authentic but main character and her decisions were irritating to me and a dichotomy trying to be a strong business woman but a wimp w any man
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