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)
A little bit predictable but a good story and I enjoyed the narrator.. What you would expect from Sandra Brown a good amount of steamy and drama
The story was ok. I don't recommend wasting a credit on it. I hate it when a character is portrayed as a hero and sex symbol when he is so rude and nasty talking to women.
less curse words. The F word is not needed in every sentence.
Disappointment. The story line was good but the male character was crude, rude and disgusting.
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.
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