But Hannah has other matters to contend with. Her brother's company is about to be destroyed by Gideon Cage, a wealthy entrepreneur with a notorious reputation in the boardroom, and the bedroom.
When she confronts Gideon, all she sees is a powerful man with a fast smile and soft eyes. Yet before she can catch her breath and really understand this puzzle of a man, her whole world is suddenly threatened: her brother, her aunt's legacy, her heart, and her life!
©1986 Jayne Ann Krentz; (P)2007 Audible, Inc.
All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. This edition is published by arrangement with Harlequin Books S.A. All characters in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
"Krentz's storytelling shines with authenticity and dramatic intensity." (Publishers Weekly)
This is clearly one of Jayne's earlier works. No cell phones, computers, email, etc. in the story. It was a little cheezy and I never felt the connection between the main characters. Parts of it were difficult to listen to because it was so unrealistic. I used it while walking with my iPod and it was oaky for that.
I enjoyed listening to this book. Not a hugely complicated plot but kept me interested through the entire book. It was a nice balance between a mystery and a formula romance. Worth the time.
I really enjoyed this book. The story was engaging and actually had some depth. The characters were realistic and I liked them. The reader was very good. I got lost in the story and had no problem distiguishing characters. Her reading was at a very comfortable pace. I would listen to anything read by Nellie Chalfant.
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I picked this up on sale and am glad I didn't waste a whole creadit. The narrator was okay but the story not so much. I didn't care for the characters so that leaves me with a story that I was glad I was finished with.
I love discovering new stories while driving or working in the barn, reading voraciously since I could walk. There is no genre, just magic
Jane Ann Krentz novels have a twist and that brings them to an interesting level in novels as a whole giving you the additional depth. Overall it ranks somewhere in the middle for me.
She did a good job, not sure she had as much to work with in this novel as she could have had with a richer story line.
Not film quality.
Okay i had a bad case of reviewers doubt.i read the reviews and then i ignored the reviews thinking there was no way they could be right.they were indeed right.the performance was good but the story was lacking.if you can get it on a sale i say go for it but don't waste a precious credit on it.I learned a valuable lesson ....READ and HEED the reviews.
i am a changed person:]
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