Five years after his beloved wife's death, wealthy Quentin Chambers still hasn't returned to the church or his music ministry. Even his home is now devoid of music, and without his attention, Quentin's five children are getting out of control - until his mother stepsin and hires him a live-in nanny. Montana is pretty, compassionate, church-going, and even has a beautiful singing voice. The children take to her right away, and soon enough Quentin finds his heart opening to faith - and love - once more. But not everyone loves Montana....
A "friend" of Quentin's first wife, Chloe has been scheming to become the next Mrs. Chambers since the funeral. Chloe is convinced she's just one seduction away from a marriage proposal. Now she'll do whatever it takes to get rid of Montana - including blackmail, theft - and digging up a troublemaking man from Montana's past. But Chloe forgets she's got secrets of her own, and the tables may turn with a twist she never sees coming....
©2014 Tiffany L. Warren (P)2014 Recorded Books
It was a good read overall. I was expecting a few more twists but the story was pretty predictable. Also the romance was too cheesy at times. The performance by Patricia Floyd was good as always and I liked the way the characters interacted with each other. It was an enjoyable book.
Half nerd Half Diva
narrator was good and I enjoyed the characters. a sequel would be nice. it's a welcomed version of Christian fiction
This book was a great listen. I didn't really like the way it ended I wanted to hear more. Tell me what happened after the end. The narrator was great usual, she's really the reason why I chose the book.
I'm a huge fan of Audible. As a school librarian, I've found that it passes my days and nights.
Loved it. Great purchase. Montana's character really has me rethinking my own relationship with God. God's grace and mercy is evident throughout the book.
This book is in my top ten.
there was no vulgar language and it was still intriguing.
Ok listen. narrator ok did not care for her male voice. storyline was good. nice book to listen to with teenage daughters
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