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)
I enjoy reading and listening to books, especially thrillers, romance, fantasy and more...
A solid story line with enough mystery, and romance to keep the reader/listener interested. Let's be honest I saw the ending coming but enjoyed the book nonetheless...
Dick Hill is a wonderful narrator that can make most books extra special. His voice/accent nuances are hard to beat.
The story was ok, but I thought it was drawn out way too long.
I really hated the narrator of this book. Most of the characters were female and he didn't do a very good job at making them sounds any different. His voice was breathy and sounded like he needed a glass of water after smoking a pack of cigarettes. Yuck!
I read this book before and did not keep it. I thought there were too many gruesome scenes and main character kind of sleazy. The narrator Dick Hill totally rescued it. I enjoyed his performance so much that i now give the book 5 stars. The different voices, the accents brought this book to life. I'll be looking for his narration actively when i search for Audible books to buy.
Jigger Flynn, likes dogs :( just kidding. He is a well developed, colorful villain.
Cash Beaudreau (sic)
Skyler (sic) and sister Patricia going at it.
Excellent read. Narrated very well. Recommend.
It took me a while to get used to the narrator for this book. He overenunciates and is awkward to listen to it first. Once I got into it though and got used to him, it was not too bad. I liked the story and the characters. I found it a bit predictable though, I knew pretty much everything that ended up happening from an early point. Overall, I would still recommend the book.
Dick hill's best audio of one Sandra brown's best books. Great story, but even a greater performance by Mr. Hill.
Dick Hill must have been chosen solely for his ability to perform a Cajun accent for the male protagonist. Beyond that, all of his characters sound like complete dolts, especially the heroine. Every sentence Dick speaks on her behalf makes it sound like she just got done drinking a double. It is insulting to women.
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