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In the isolated sanctuary of her Montana ranch, no one could hurt Brooke Kennedy, whose gift had led her to build walls of ice around her heart. One person had stormed those barricades: her friend Pepper, who embraced the world and meddled in the lives of those she loved. Now Brooke needed help, and Pepper sent troubleshooter Cody Nash to melt the barriers Brooke had raised.

A golden man whose tender persuasion opened the door to the maze that was Brooke's soul, Cody dared face the fire-breathing dragons that haunted her mind. But first, Brooke had to believe that he loved her -- enough to catch her when she fell off the edge of the world...

©1984 Kay Hooper (P)2008 BBC Audio

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  • Rose
  • Tustin, CA, USA
  • 05-19-09

It was pleasant

I actually prefer the novels Kay writes about special senses used to solve crimes. This was fine it was well read and written, however it was a bit of a disappointment that it was simply a love story.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • Sallie
  • Holly Springs, NC, USA
  • 03-10-09

Disappointed

I've read Kay Hooper in the past and really enjoyed her books. I was disappointed with this one; it started with a promising story line and then just mired down with what felt like the same sappy lines over and over....the rest of the book made me want to skip to the end just to get it over with. To add insult to injury; the narrator used the most awful accents for the characters. Don't waste your credits or your time.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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  • Dana
  • Canada
  • 10-11-10

Don't bother

This was probably the most boring book I've ever "read". It's cheap and mercifully short, but not worth it.