Seeing Adam Waters is the last thing veterinarian Megan Young expects. Ex-marine. Ex-boyfriend. And still extremely dangerous territory. But Adam doesn't know the secret Megan has been keeping from him. The secret that was created three years ago, after their last night together...
Adam returns to Raven's Cove to sell his home in a final break with the town and memories that haunt him. The problem is that his attraction to Megan is as blazing hot as it ever was. But when a vicious smear campaign against Megan turns ugly, Adam learns the truth he never knew--he has a son. Now the only way Megan can protect her child is to strike a bargain with Adam. And it's a bargain that looks a lot like blackmail....
©2013 Jennifer Apodaca (P)2015 Audible Inc.
Story started with potential then when down hill. The narrator read mechanically, I had to speed up his voice so there wasn't a long pause between each word. Characters were not well developed. The main characters kept repeating each scene in their head like I hadn't just listen to it. Both of them kept repeating all their flaws like we hadn't already learned about what terrible people they thought they were. I would not recommend this book.
love discovering new and exciting authors that surprise me with the written word.
The story line, was very interesting.
How life unexpected joy can concur our worst demons!
Yes, He was pretty good, a little monotone at times but not a big deal.
A little, of everything.
"Mmm, what a shame."
At times it was too serious and too over thought for me ... On reading the summary I was genuinely interested and excited by the promise of a strong female lead role and a imperfect alpha male lead role. Something to sink into... Sadly the female wasn't strong she was soft and wimpy as well as unbelievable at times bordering on pathetic.
After listening to a book recommended by Audible from my previous purchases, I thought I'd avail myself of that service again. Possibly Seven by Dannika Dark.
Yes, he was one of a few redeeming qualities that kept me listening to this book when the story became far too predictable.
Hmm, I think the cafe/restaurant owner and supposed best friend, so forgettable I dont even remember her name and considering she is the best friend isn't in the book very much at all!
The story did have a few redeeming qualities, a very good narrator, hence the 3 stars. The makings of an excellent story foundation. The passion and sexual tension between the two leads was great just not enough of it. Some editing and lot more information and story on the "Once a Marine Security" may have been beneficial and a lots more fun ... goodness knows people need to laugh as well!
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