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- The Justice Team, Book 2
- By: Misty Evans, Adrienne Giordano
- Narrated by: Michael Rahhal
- Length: 9 hrs and 43 mins
While investigating a government cover-up, former FBI agent Mitch Monroe is framed for murder. A wanted man, Mitch has no choice, he needs Special Agent Caroline Foster - the FBI's top sniper and a woman who wants nothing to do with him - to clear his name. After sharing a night of passion with Mitch a year ago, Caroline hasn't been able to get him out of her head. On the run, Mitch and Caroline can't fight their reigniting passion. She'll lose her career if she proves Mitch is innocent...he'll lose his life if she doesn't.
Very good narration and story
- By S. R. Lewis on 09-09-18
A thriller with heat.
Would you consider the audio edition of Cheating Justice to be better than the print version?
No. I think I would have 'read' the story differently as a print reader. There were times I didn't feel this reader was true to the emotions.
What other book might you compare Cheating Justice to and why?
I would probablly compare it mostly to some of the newer Nora Roberts mystery/romances.
What aspect of Michael Rahhal’s performance would you have changed?
I think he could have used more emotion.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
A thriller with heat.
Nora Roberts Land
- Dare Valley
- By: Ava Miles
- Narrated by: Em Eldridge
- Length: 11 hrs and 16 mins
Journalist Meredith Hale's ex-husband claimed her Nora Roberts addiction gave her unrealistic expectations about marriage, and she believed him. All dreams of happily ever after - or Nora Roberts Land, as her mother calls it - went up in smoke. But when her family asks her to temporarily help their Dare Valley, Colorado newspaper, she decides it's time to change her life and prove her ex wrong.
- By MABJM on 06-06-15
Great start to this series
Would you listen to Nora Roberts Land again? Why?
No. I don't do much in the way of re-reading.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Definitely Tanner. A strong likable hero.
Have you listened to any of Em Eldridge’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No I have not.
Any additional comments?
Since I've already read a couple of the other books in series I thought I knew what I was getting, I was wrong. Although the premise of this one is lighthearted, the story line touches on much darker areas. I don't think Meredith is the strongest heroine, but I love how Miles makes Tanner likable, even though he's doing a really unlikable thing.
This is a wonderful start to this series and I'm looking forward to reading the ones I've missed in between.