Atlanta's Westmoreland men were notoriously easy on the eyes, but champion motorcycle racer Thorn Westmoreland exuded a heat that could melt metal. Rugged and moody, he was a loner betrayed by love, a man committed to staying in control - until he met Dr. Tara Matthews.
It wasn't every day that the sexiest man on earth appeared at her door, looking like God's gift in a black leather jacket. And Tara's chances of playing it cool with a man as hot as Thorn were about as good as a snowball's in hell. But when Tara reversed roles in their game of seduction, what were the odds of Thorn - the ultimate bad boy - coming out on top?
©2005 Brenda Jackson (P)2005 Audible, Inc.
I am a 49 year old, mother of 2, grandmother of 4 who has just decided to peel back my good girl, and let me bad girl out to play. I've been married for 26 years. It time to explore my inner bad girl. I just hope my husband can handle it.
WHEN HE SPOKE UP FOR TARA AT THE RACES WHEN HER EX TRIED TO TALK TO HER.
EVERYTHING! SHE WAS GREAT AT READING THIS.
STONE! FROM THE VERY FIRST BOOK, I HAVE BEEN IN LOVE WITH STONE. I'M EVEN IN LOVE WITH CHASE! YOU KNOW WHAT THE WHOLE FAMILY SOUNDS WONDERFUL.
I WISH I COULD MEET ALL OF THEM IN PERSON. THAT INCLUDES MRS. JACKSON.
I've had better.
Slow at first
Just to finish the book, so I could start another
thorn was always mad lol never knew why until she comes in the picture
she did a good job
This book may be able to give you a few cheap thrills.
However I was able to finish it - only just.
The narrator did not do it for me - her male voices were terrible.
The dialogue was trite and unbelievable while the love scenes
appeared to be one scene repeated a dozen times.
When one of his brothers used their key to get in his shop.
Caroline Clay, Patricia R. Floyd, or Denise Burse
Thorn himself. I really like his character.
The book is very good, but I was very disappointed in the narrator. In my opinion, a narrator can really make or break a story and personally, Madison Vaughn broke it. For me something was missing--her voice didn't sound like anyone who was raised in Atlanta where the story takes place and where the Westmoreland family lives. Had I not read the story before listening to the audio, I would have deleted it from my collection.
Loved it! I have listened to it numerous times. I love the gruff man that gets got by the woman.
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