Nathalie Mayer might be 34, but she's very happy with her single status. And she might run a bridal business, but that doesn't mean she longs to be a bride. She doesn't believe in happily ever afters since Evan Davies abruptly walked out of her life six years ago without a word of explanation. But now he's back and he's brought his explanation with him. A daughter who needs all the love and care Nathalie can give her. Can she take a chance open her heart to this child and the man who broke it once before?
This book wasn???t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I have absolutely NO Idea.
What do you think your next listen will be?
High Noon by Nora Roberts
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Susan Anderson?
Johanna Parker, or Susan Erikson
Any additional comments?
I didn't get very far in the audiobook. While the plot sounds good the actual delivery of the storyline leaves so much to be desired. I couldn't root for the heroine because she seemed way to weak. While I understand that there may be residual feelings left for your first love whom abruptly left, the heroine immediately fell into the hero's arms with no reservations. She held no animosity and only the slightest bit of query into why he left. <br/><br/>Additionally the narrator of this story was awful. She had this weird British/American accent that was completely distracting. Additionally she had weird pacing that just kept throwing me out of the story and I became more focused on how odd the narration was then the actual storyline. I eventually gave up not even a quarter of the way through the story and sincerely wished I didn't waste my credits.