The McCaffertys: Slade
Slade McCafferty was a bachelor through and through - too busy raising hell to settle down. Case in point: fifteen years ago daredevil Slade had taken wild child Jamie Parsons’s innocence, and then had broken her heart. But Jamie is back in town, a lawyer, all confidence and polished professionalism. And seeing her again is setting off a tidal wave of emotions Slade thought he’d dammed up ages ago. Back then, as now, there’d been something about Jamie that made Slade ache for more. A hell of a lot more…
The McCaffertys: Randi
Is hiding the identity of her child’s father worth risking her life? Randi McCafferty seems to think so, but investigator Kurt Striker is hell-bent on changing her mind. Hired by her well-meaning but overbearing brothers to keep Randi and her son safe, Kurt knows the only way to eliminate the danger is to reveal Randi’s darkest secret…any way he can. Yet when protection leads to desire, will Randi and Kurt’s explosive affair leave them vulnerable to the threats whispering in the shadows?
©2012 Lisa Jackson (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
The storylines in these books are ok. It was a couple of days of ok listen. Written in 2002-2004....so the writing is in the older style. I didn't like that so much. The narrator kept me in it. I didn't care for every voice she gave the characters but they were all distinctive. I think I purchased these on sale so it was worth the price but after I listened I went to Amazon and found these are rereleases compiled together. I really like the narrator.
A re-released book. Should have stayed in archive. Don't waste the hours or credits. Shallow characters, unbelievalbly repetative, a book of feelings with little action. If you enjoy listening to a character argue with herself, immaturely act like a stubborn 4 year old and whine about already stated feelings; this is for you. Felt like hours of someone's therapy session with a commercial hint of skeletal storyline playing in the background. Don't recommend this book, maybe her others a better, this one simply feels like the editor forgot to read it.
Burn the whole book.
Audible, you need to stop taking money for one.
First time with this author. Thought in some spots maybe it would of been getting somewhere but sadly not. The ending seemed rushed.
Found the narrator aweful for my taste. I listen to audio at work and I really struggled to finish listening to it. Did not enjoy her switching from male to female voices and the kids voices was painful.
Not sure if by reading the book myself if I would of liked it any better. Really not sure that I will chance another by this author.
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