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When divorce attorney Justin Abernathy decides to get married, despite his disillusionment with love, his announcement that he's seeking a sensible and practical wife sends his secretary, Alisa McClenaghan, into whoops of laughter - until she discovers that she is the bride he's chosen...

©1990 Leigh Michaels (P)2013 Leigh Michaels

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Imperfect narrator, near perfect love story

I enjoyed the story, it could have been perfect but it would have been twice as long. The narrator had a very hard time with the men! An odd way of slow enunciating was less than enjoyable. Yet I got they it all. There was no real heat to the story, that’s one of those time things I mentioned.

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Bad narrator

This might be a good book, but the narrator was so bad I couldn’t listen. The sing song voice was like listening to someone reading a children’s book. Bad inflections, arguments sound like plain narration, and there are no pauses anywhere. Pity, because it might be a decent story. Just cringeworthy reader.