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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

What he remembered: His clothing size.
What he didn't remember: Everything else.

Navy SEAL Mitchell Shaw woke up one morning with no clue as to who he was. And the items hidden in his possession were no help: an address, along with a .22 caliber side arm. The address led him to the Lazy 8 Ranch - and its beautiful manager, Becca Keyes, who made him believe he might have a future. Even if he wasn’t sure about his past.

The gun was another story altogether....

©2007 Suzanne Brockman (P)2011 Harlequin

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Narration is painful

This story could have been a decent listen, nothing to be on the edge of your seat for, but an ok story. However....the narration was horrific. She was so monotone, no emotion, no voice variation between characters - even male parts. It was like she was just reading off the page, and frankly it was painful to get through because of it.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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  • Teresa
  • NAMPA, ID, United States
  • 05-22-13

Sweet addition.

Another good addition to the Tall, Dark and Dangerous series. It does get better with each book. A sweet romance, very little mystery. Defiantly read the series in order due to the fact the characters intertwine in the books. Read Troubleshooters series, they will suck you in and you will become obsessed with finishing them.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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ID unknown

Was the plutonium found in the bank vault? But where was the bank? SantaFe NM.

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bad-ass and dreamy?

Mitchell “Mish” Shaw’s story of amnesia is well enough, but my favorite scenes were when Lucky, Wes, & Bobby talked about his history-bio. My favorite of those was the story of his first time through Hell Week. The author and narrator have created an interesting contrast between Mitchell’s strength and determination in his history and the dreaminess of his time with Becca.
Heintz did a decent enough job of narration. I think she has a very pleasant, kind of romantic adult female voice; just male voices are not her strength.

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Fight between Mitch and Parker

I did not like the story line where becca put herself between Parker and Mitch,unbelievable.

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  • AJ
  • 02-05-16

Narrator Ruined It.

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

The narrator made this hard to enjoy, and ruined the story.

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Awesome story

Always a pleasure listening to these stories. Just the right mix of mystery, suspense, and romance. The characters and their interactions are great!

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  • CSK
  • Herndon, PA, United States
  • 08-09-12

Good Story, Painful narration

Would you consider the audio edition of Identity: Unknown to be better than the print version?

Probably not. The story seemed to be a good one, but the narration was lacking....excitement. No...variety. She tried her hardest. You could tell she was trying to get the excitement of the story out there, but she sounded like she was reading to a bunch of kindergarten kids! Not something you want in book like this.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

she could have put a little more passion in her performance. She tried to get excitement and anger across, but she just didn't deliver.