If she succeeds in domesticating Garret, she gets her own TV show. If she fails...well, failure isn't an option. Sure, he's more resistant than she expected. And withholding pleasure as punishment affects her so much, she's abandoned that strategy. But she's determined one of them is going to their knees. She just hopes it isn't her!
"Wonderfully clever and sexy, with a great hero and vulnerable heroine." (Romantic Times)
Hard to listen when the vocals is done by a women doing a really bad job of talking like a man from Australia. Slow moving, not much to the story. Would miss this one.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
This book would have been much better without the nasal Aussie accent that made the hero hard to like. Real men don't squeak.
The story itself was so-so, seems as if the author has recently taken up an interest in Lacrosse. The secondary characters were barely there.
8 of 9 people found this review helpful
Would you try another book from Cindi Myers and/or Elenna Stauffer?
Would you be willing to try another book from Cindi Myers? Why or why not?
Just not a very good story.
What didn’t you like about Elenna Stauffer’s performance?
Sorry...not so good. Accents distracting
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Any additional comments?
Guess I'll have to keep looking for another author.
I could not listen to more than the first couple of chapters. The voice the narrator uses for the man's aussie accent is unbearable. The voice makes the main romantic interest sound like a sick grandpa.