Successful businessman Ryan Bennett had agreed to masquerade as his wealthy cousin for a blind date.
But from the moment Ryan saw Julie Nelson to the moment he should have said good-night, he was captivated and couldn't resist an invitation to share her bed. In the hazy afterglow of their heated lovemaking, Ryan confessed his true identity, claiming the passion between them was real despite his deception, but Julie wasn't buying it. Obviously she considered him the enemy.
Except now she was having the enemy's baby.
©2006 Susan Mallery (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
I liked Savannah Richards narration. The book was entertaining enough but not outstanding in any way. I got this book on sale so feel I still got good value for my money. You can't be bowled over by all of them right?
Reading is my passion, happy endings the greatest gift an author can give me.
I really enjoyed this book. The plot wasn't unrealistic and the characters were a lot of fun to read. Their words, their reactions, their fears and insecurities were extremely well portrayed. The dialogue was realistic. I'm new to audio books and now I am hooked.
Favourite character was Julie. A romantic heroine with spunk and a straight shooter. Nothing wrong with being strong. She wasn't perfect and struggled for a long while with her trust issues just like most of us. I loved her sense of humour and the love she felt for her family.
At the end when Ryan intervened and stated that Julie didn't have to marry him, that all he wanted was for Julie to be happy and of course he said the most beautiful three letter phrase: I love you. It was all Julie needed to hear.
Audible started me reading fiction again. What a treat to have professional actors narrating a book I may not have had the time to "read".
This is ludicrous story about two unlikable people in lust. Not love. I'm glad I bought it on sale and did not waste a credit on this terrible book. Waste of time and money.
oh yes, love to listen to Savannah Richards
Ryan's honesty in admitting that he was not Todd at an intimate moment
Every scene when Ryan was begging
Ryan wanting Julie to believe he loved her
very well written and well narrated
A teenage girl.
There was no drama worth dealing with. A common story line of identity deception for ridiculous reasons.
The narrator had to read the book she was given to read. She did the best she could.
Nothing about this book was intriguing, dramatic, compelling. Just a lot of sexual scenes.
If she's written other books I hope they have depth and quality. Otherwise I won't read them. I'm definitely returning this one.
The main female characters in the series are ones you can identify with and it compels you to want to listen to the entire series in one sitting. I would definitely recommend these books, great beach read with the summer season starting (finally!)
I AM God's BELOVED destined for GREATNESS, Devoted to the purpose of LOVING GOD and dedicated to give Him my UTMOST. I am focused to fulfill my GOD-GIVEN DESTINY and live my life to its MAXIMUM POTENTIAL. I am determined to make a dent in this world as a WOMAN OF INFLUENCE leaving a legacy of FAITH and SIGNIFICANCE.
Didn't like the story or the performance. I dont know why but it was just so boring which is shocking for such a short story.
I love books, it's my great escape.
I really liked this story because it was intriguing from the start. It captured my interest and took me on this little adventure into love with Ryan and Julie. The passion between them is palpable. It was just so intense. Once you listen you will know what I mean, I wanted to scream at Ryan for Julie. Ryan is a redeemable likable guy and you will see why Julie falls for him. The narrator really made the characters come to life. I will definitely get the next story in this series.
Say at home mom/ wife.... Children are grown. Have 4 Grandchildren. Like to listen to books while I quilt.
I liked it as well as if I read it
One Big Happy Family
I will listen to the two other book in serries
I haven't read the printed version.
Predictably sweet and loving...sweethearts live happy ever after.
I don't recall listening to Ms. Richards before so can't do a comparison.
Not really---like most books in this genre it was predictable.
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