Millionaire security expert and rancher Zeke Travers always separates emotion from work - until a case leads him to Sheila Hopkins and the immediate, scorching heat between them. Suddenly, Zeke is tempted to break the rules. And it’s only a matter of time before he gives in.
©2011 Brenda Jackson (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
The story line was good but could have been better. Little things like something was suppose to happen in 3 days but it was the next day. The narrator does not do male voices well at all. That was painful. Also the story seemed rushed. They meet they sleep together and are in love wanting to spend their lives together in a week. Oh yeah, but they both have serious issues. Mrs. Jackson has done better.
The narrator's voice.
The country twang made it difficult to enjoy the story.
I may have enjoyed the story more with a different narrator.
I would try another book by Breda Jackson. I love most of her books.
It wasn't her best work. But entertaining none the less.
Temptation would rank in the top ten.
The passion that jumped from the text bing read
The ability to capture both male and female characters accurately.
a 4 out of 5. I am really starting brenda.
i called his dad to help him to home
saying good by to sunny
no not really
Yes I would recommend this audiobook because the story line is exciting and makes you believe that sometimes the most unlikely relationships can happen.
My favorite character was actually Sheila Hopkins because of her strong desire to be a mother to a baby that was not her own and the fact that she would love and fight to protect this child even when she knew that she wouldn't be able to keep her.
The scenes that I enjoyed the most were the scenes try as he might, Zeke tried to deny his growing desire to have a relationship with Sheila, he just couldn't stay away or keep his hands off her.
I really liked this book and especially had a quick chuckle at Sheila and Zeke's initial chance encounter while passing on the road and the eventual meeting. This was a great book to read and to listen to, as I have both the audio and print copy of the book.
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