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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

Callie Brandon wasn't looking for love. It always seemed destined for someone less ordinary. But when sexy architect, Justin Brisson sets his determined baby blue eyes on her, she starts to wonder if love has designed her very own "happily ever after."

©2013 Elizabeth James (P)2014 Elizabeth James

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Absolute worst narration

I listen to audible books daily and the narration and/or recording was just plain awful. It was ver distracting from the story which I think I would have liked if it has been better or I read the book. Most of the time I can overlook the narrator, but not this time. If I read more books in this series I will read the kindle edition

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Cute story

The story was face paced. You become engaged into the characters quickly. Nice plot for a quick novel.

Narrator was good. Recording was subpar. Tin sound to that made her sound like she was in a tunnel. At one point I swear I heard background sounds like someone talking or walking into a room. But other than that the narrator still did a good job. I took a star for that as going from real sound to the book was a bit of an adjustment.