It’s the most wonderful time of the year…and for Heather Andrews, security manager at Timberwoods Mall, undoubtedly the busiest. But this Christmas, Heather has more to contend with than frazzled parents and disgruntled Santas. Angela Steinhart, a young woman who designed the mall’s spectacular holiday displays, has had a premonition that tragedy will strike on Christmas Eve. And Angela’s visions have a habit of coming true.
Heather would love to dismiss the warning as holiday stress. But the more she gets to know the quiet, lonely Angela, the more she trusts her. In Lex, her boss, Heather finds an ally - and the glimmer of something more profound. And as the days count down, it will take all of her wits, hope, and unflagging courage to stop someone from destroying the season in one split second....
©2011 Fern Michaels (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
This wasn't the Christmas story that I expected. This story would have been more appropriate for Halloween. For a thriller, it moved too slowly.
Her performance was excellent.
I would have condensed the story into an action-packed adventure. I would have cut much of the second half of the book.
I finally got through this listen, it was really a slow read. For what the book was about, it could have wrapped up the story in half the time. Very long a drawn out....
never a dull moment, edge of your seat, go Fern, waiting on the next book
yes. the way the Tanya read it makes the book that much better.
I liked the entire story.
No, but would like more by her.
Sorry, but for me this story was tedious and boring. I finally quit listening, jumped to the end to make sure that at least someone got out of this story ok, then went on to another, better story. Wish that I hadn't spent my money on this.
This was an entertaining listen and I chose it for the Christmas theme. Really enjoyed the story and the performances.
Sure am glad I bought this on sale because it truly wasn't worth even that price. The basic theme is not unworthy, nor the performance. But it had absolutely no punch. There were too many plot lines and these were drawn out ad nauseum. They added nothing to the main project.
A troubled girl from affluent parents has a vison that she tries to warn people about. Most ignore her. She is found to be truthful. A love interest is thrown in as well as a tragic dying child. None of the side lines connect to one another or add interest.
The narration isn't bad. But odd accents (a Bostonian one, for example) are thrown in just to differentiate characters. That was distracting.
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