In the heat of the Rio Carnival, Ellie succumbs to her charismatic boss Diogo Serrador. But having taken her virginity, the Brazilian billionaire wants nothing more to do with her until he discovers she’s pregnant. Diogo will accept nothing less than taking Ellie as his bride. Their marriage is passionate by night but empty by day—for Diogo’s dark past has frozen his heart.
©2009 Jennie Lucas (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
This is probably just a personal taste thing, but I'm always leery of male narrators in romance novels. It's just weird all around for me. This one did a better job than many, but I still can't help seeing the h as a drag queen with giant man hands when I listen to any male narrated romance. Of course there are some women who do a horrid job with the male voice, but I still find myself highly preferring the female narrators.
I come from a military family, I am currently retired, I love to read and listen to good audiobooks with Eric G. Dove and Robert Petkoff.
"One of the most cringingly stupid girls I have ever listened to...well I had a hard time not yelling at her."
She had the emotional security of a 16 yeast old. I usually love harlequin, but to me, this was a loser.
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