Agent Jonas Dreyer has been working night and day to intercept valuable memory chips before they are delivered into the wrong hands. A happily confirmed bachelor with good reason, he never expects for the woman who is struck by his suspect in a wild foot chase to be the one, his mate. Neither do they expect her to be targeted as the only person who may know where the vanished chips may be.
©2009 Diana DeRicci (P)2012 Diana DeRicci
Not without a gun to my head.
No, it is the performance and the production quality that are shockingly bad.
Anyone else on the planet. She is awful.
Anger at the total waste of money. It is shocking that Audible allows this unprofessional mess on its site.
Please listen to the sample before you consider buying this book. That is where I made my mistake. The narrator sounds like a teenager speaking into a tin bucket. Seriously, is this a senior high drama student using a 1980's cassette recorder? I can't comment on the quality of the story, because I only made it about two minutes into the book before I gave up in disgust and anger.
This story was not a bad one. It was well written and flowed well. The characters were likable and you wanted to know what was going to happen to them; however the narrative was the WORST I have ever heard. Ms. McGahee has a reading style that is very distracting. She stops in the middle of sentences and mispronounces words and makes it a real distraction when listening to the story. Do not waste your money or time with this audiobook, you'll just be frustrated and ready to choke someone before it finishes.
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