Mistaken for a glamorous, selfish woman named Carole Rutledge, the badly injured Avery would find that plastic surgery had given her Carole's face, a famous senatorial candidate for a husband, and a powerful Texas dynasty for in-laws.
And as she lay helpless in the hospital, she would make a shattering discovery: someone close to the senator planned to assassinate him. Now, to save the life of the man she loved, Avery must live another woman's life - and risk her own.
©2007 Sandra Brown; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio
"Audie Award-winner Dick Hill excels in adding depth and intensity to the story....Hill's performance and the story are riveting." (AudioFile)
I found this book a great listen. I found the story riveting and a "page" turner. I also found the narrator easy to listen to. Most of all the scenario seemed like a thing that could easily happen. How you would ignore all the signs, because you did not want to accept the truth. That your loved one died in the crash.
Always loved this book. Of course, you have to get past some of the hard to believe aspects of the aftermath of the plane crash - but hey, it's a novel. Loved the narrator's voice changes!
This is a good book, but you have to wade through the set up in the beginning. This could have gotten a little higher rating if it hadn't drifted off to a harlequin romance novel two or three times. Sandra, they're having sex, we get it. They like it, they feel close, awesome. Move on and get back to the story. But it really was a good book.
A very happy grandmother of 4, who finds Audible extremely conveniently for my way of life.
I haven't read a Sandra Brown novel in years, but the sample drew me in. I downloaded the novel and enjoyed every moment of it. The only odd note was the narrator. Even though he was good, he was a male and the main character was female. Overall a four to five star listen.
Sandra Brown is one of my favorite authors but this book isn't one of my favorites. The plot was too far fetched and predictable. The sex scenes were too porn-like in my opinion. I'd recommend it only if a reader's expectations aren't too high.
Love Dick Hill! His impersonations of female voices crack me up. Good story, great narrator. Perfect ending!
Dick Hill(narrator) keeps you going with his tone of, I want you to listen to me type of narration
It keep me interested and guessing as to who the villain was and I was totally wrong and blown away at the end.
The first time I have listened to Dick Hill 9I think)
Jack's wife and daughter getting their act together
I liked Dick Hill narrating and the author's story line so much that I just got three more of their books.
The narrator's voice was barely audible at times dipping so low to almost a growl. Apart from poor diction,the voice sounded like the narrator's chin seemed to be stuck in his chest and that took away any enjoyment a reader could have had. Disappointing because the basically the story line looked good, but the frustration of missing so much due to poor narration prevented me from being able to complete listening to the book.
I liked all the plot twists
Avery Daniels - she overcame great obstacles to protect those that she had come to love at great risk to herself
Predictable, soapy story. I like the narrator's voice and reading but there as not a lot to work with. Best decribed as a light summer 'read'. Ideal to listen to when lying at the beach, by the pool or near the lake.
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