Enter Hawk. The deliciously sexy former NFL player offers Nicole a taste of the freedom she craves. Hawk may know the way, blindfolded, to her sweet spot, but Nicole's not about to let him get close enough to break her heart. Of course, she might not have a choice in the matter if Hawk's past keeps getting in the way of their present....
©2008 Susan Macias Redmond (P)2008 Audible, Inc.
All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. This edition is published by arrangement with Harlequin Books S.A. All characters in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
"When you think of passion, drama, and heartwarming stories, think Susan Mallery." (Romantic Times)
Love books, preferably romance and suspense. Typically read/listen to 3-5 a week.
So far I have loved all of S Mallery books
I was not disappointed with this one. It would be nice if she could turn out more books in a shorter period of time. This was not as good as the Buchanan series, but it was a good listen
To relax I listen to my books. It's like yoga but better, you don't have to bend your body!!
This was a good book it stayed with the Jesse and Clare. And helped Nicole find herself and the fact that she was a good friend to Rauol and help him become the person he was meant to be and being his family that he never had. Hawk of course sounded like a hunk but he also sounded like a butthead because he had the ego of a football player. But in the end they all made it and if you read the Fool's Gold Series Finding Perfect you will find Rauol 20 years later and Hawk and Nicole still in Rauol's life.
This is book 2 in the series, it was okay. Unfortunately I went into the book already disliking Nicole's character from the previous book.
I like Susan Mallery. I like her Fool's Gold series, and other books she has written. This series is the first thing of hers I haven't liked.
For me Therese brings fun and humor into her female characters. She is one of my favorite narrator's.
Maybe - it would depend on the movie reviews.
Nicole's personality character was difficult to follow. Her character in the first book of the series, Sweet Talk, was more of a "woe is me" or "poor me" personality. Then this book has her being a more compassionate person, except in regards to the third sister Jessie. When reading I like to feel endeared to the characters, I like to be excited for the next book and find out what happens to the remaining characters. Not so in this series. The only character I've like in the 2 books was Clair. FYI - Based on the reviews - I'm skipping the third book.
Therese Plummer brings out the fun and the sarcasm of Nicole. The characters are real and believable. I physically read this series when it first came out. It was great to catch up with these characters again.
I love this series. I loved the whole thing I would read it again.
All of it. It was so life lik
As good as the others
I was looking for something different from my usual listens. Trying to add variety. The story was okay, but YUCK to the graphic lovemaking sections. I don't think that adds to a story at all. In fact quite the opposite. I listened to it, but spent time in speeding through these sections.
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