One by one, the infamous Gibbons sisters of Chesterton, Virginia, are giving up their gold digging ways - except the eldest, who's holding out for her seven-figure man. But her heart may have less expensive tastes....
Thanks to her cold-hearted ways with men, Cynthia Gibbons doesn't blame the folks in town for calling her the "Ice Queen." They don't know the secret she's kept for 20 years - that she once fell crazy in love with a guy who had no money, a guy who broke her heart in the worst possible way. But now Korey Walker is back in town, and Cynthia isn't sure how much longer she can keep the biggest secret of all - that she still loves him. With a divorce behind him, and his new auto repair shop thriving, Korey is looking to the future...until he sets eyes on Cynthia and the past comes roaring back.
Even now, Korey doesn't understand Cynthia's hostility. After all, she's the one who broke his heart. He decides to ignore her, until he discovers that his teenage son has fallen for Cynthia's daughter. Determined to stop history from repeating itself, Korey and Cynthia will have to band together. But will keeping their kids apart bring them closer, or destroy their lives for good?
©2015 Shelly Ellis (P)2015 Recorded Books
I have got all the audible books about the Givens girl, all good Romanic and an adventure, and about relationships and the love that they had for each other as sisters, and the mother is going to make the next generation even a little more golddiggers,
Boredom, disappointment and irritation.
No disrespect, I'm just being honest and I feel I have that right since I paid for the book.
The narrator was irritating with her sing songy voice. The same monotone for each character, they all sounded the same. I don't feel the right emotions were played out in the narration.
The story was predictable and dragged on in some areas. The characters were corny.
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