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Publisher's Summary

Morgan Spencer has the golden touch when it comes to business. He can spot a failing corporation and turn it around in no time. But he cannot seem to get his own life under control. Years ago, he and high-school sweetheart, Jill Runyan, gave up their child at birth. Now Jill has unexpectedly reappeared - with shocking news that forces Morgan to confront a reality he never saw coming.

©2003 Kristen Heitzmann; (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC

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"Be prepared to be moved to tears more than once." - (All About Romance)

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  • K
  • 03-10-12

The Narrator ruined it!

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

ONLY if it was narrated by someone else. The narrator didnt do this book justice. He was breathy, he sighed at inappropriate times and he seemed uninterested. There are background noises like people talking and what sounds like bodily functions. I was disappointed to the point of wanting to get my money/credit back.

What didn’t you like about Ed Sala’s performance?

Everything. I think he ruined the story.

Was The Still of Night worth the listening time?

The story plot was awesome.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Such a beautiful romance.

This book was so enjoyable. Parts of it took my breath away. I enjoyed it so much I began listening again as soon as I was finished the first time. I enjoyed almost as much the second time. So far it the best from Kristen Hietzman that I've listened to so far. Right up there with Francine Rivers. I thought the male reader might ruin it for me but u think it made it even better.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Terrible Narrator

Kristen Heitzmann writes fantastic stuff but the narrator's voice is more suited to a crime novel than a romance and his timing and cadence are the worst. It was so annoying getting through this book.

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  • W.
  • Modesto, CA, United States
  • 08-14-13

The Still of Night

This was a very engaging read. At one point I became so affected by the scene that I wanted to give a critique of the character involved and rate the novel accordingly. I'm glad that I pressed on. I've read a few novels lately (audio books) that have taken the dressing off of Christian life so that we can see what's underneath and this was one. I highly recommend it.

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  • ruth
  • vernon, british columbia, Canada
  • 04-23-13

LOST AND FOUNDTHE STORY OF ADOPTIVE CHILDREN

What did you love best about The Still of Night?

THE DRAMA OF AN ADOPTIVE PARENT AND THE BIRTH PARENTS

Which character – as performed by Ed Sala – was your favorite?

BEN, JILL AND KELSEY

If you could take any character from The Still of Night out to dinner, who would it be and why?

JILL - SHE FACED AN INCREDIBLE JOURNEY ON HER OWN - I WOULD LIKE TO ENCOURAGE HER.

Any additional comments?

ATHIS WAS THE BEST OF KRISTEN HEITZMANS BOOKS. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND I ALONG WITH THE SECOND BOOK IN THIS SERIES.

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  • Julia
  • EASLEY, SC, United States
  • 07-24-12

Inspirational!

The most enjoyable part of this book was not so much the romance but the child's inspiration who was dying of lukemia. She inspires a Christian to face death fearlessly. The story was emotional but uplifting, as well. As a romance novel, it was lacking in the strength of characters and storyline.

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wonderful, sweet story

If you could sum up The Still of Night in three words, what would they be?

Such a wonderful escape from todays angry media.

Who was your favorite character and why?

The holy spirit.

Which character ??? as performed by Ed Sala ??? was your favorite?

The narrator moved smoothly from one character to the next.