Sheriff Tyson Wyatt is positive the sexy new girl in town is hiding something. While he uncovers her secrets, he plans to uncover some other things too. Like how she feels under the covers.
Eleanor is hiding out in Wyattville to avoid testifying against her drug-dealing ex-boyfriend. Soon she realizes that Tyson might be as dangerous to her heart as her ex is to her life.
Shortest story to meet, have mediocre-level-of-erotica sex immediately, be hero, fall in love, move in together, get engaged. And narrator failed to rise to level of passion in her voice and expressiveness when reciting erotic terms and sounds. There were a small # of times that the narrator seemed to mess up when reciting. I'm not sure she was comfortable with these roles. I will not be investing in any other stories by this author nor, possibly, this narrator, certainly not as a narrator in erotica. Though I would consider this author if the stories were longer. Makes me feel sorry for the narrator and her love life or her imagination after hearing her rendition of passionate sex, though I wouldn't call it erotica. Sad either way.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful
Good story, loved the characters. It could have used a little more action though. I'm looking forward to listening to the next book.
What did you love best about Going Down?
The story line kept my attention and I loved the characters.
Would you be willing to try another one of Nina Carlisle’s performances?
It sounded like a robot was reading the story. It reminded me of Siri from the iphone.
Any additional comments?
I enjoyed the story but the narrator kind of ruined the listening experience.