But Ryan is Sam's uncle and one of the rich, upright - and uptight - Boston Baldwins. Ryan's search for his sister Faith, the family's black sheep, has led him to news of her death, and to a niece he's never met. But someone else has also tracked Sam down - someone who never wanted the child to be found.
Ryan is determined to protect Sam and find out what really happened to his sister. And Zoe "Whatever-It-Takes" Costas is just the woman to help him do it...
©2005 Carly Phillips; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Phillips's light touch assures a happy ending to this diverting beach read." (Publishers Weekly)
"Bernadette Quigley reads with an upbeat tone and happy-go-lucky charm." (AudioFile)
I am a Serial MultiTasker. Pretty much daily while I am at work I listen to Audiobooks. Some books I have listened to 3 to 5 times. Luv it.
I would definitely listen to the story again. I actually read the book before I bought the audible version. I love the story.
I compared this book to Under the Boardwalk the first book in the series...unfortunately that book is not yet available in audio yet, but I was curious to see how the story would continue and would love it as much as the first one.
Manly, smooth, and slightly British.
Yes their were quite a few....but I am not going to share them since it might spoil the moments for someone else.
I wish their was a different reader because she made Zoe seem so much like a guy and not in a good way. She made her strong but she sounded like a dude. (Please excuse the reference) I also felt like I was getting whiplash between Ryan having a Boston accent and sounding British. When I read the book the voices in my head (lol) sounded a lot more "real". It is still an enjoyable listen and well worth it.
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