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When the landlady from hell becomes the one woman he can't live without....

Kicked off a movie set, actress Savannah Payne flees to her vacation house in Bounty Bay to prepare for the audition of a lifetime. Only a stubborn, sexy lawyer is currently renting it and he won't budge an inch. Not even when she uses every weapon in her arsenal to drive him out of his mind. But all's fair in love and war, including his kisses that make her want to surrender. 

Glen Cooper needs a distraction-free month to finish writing his first novel and he's found the perfect spot. As a lawyer he knows his legal rights, and the self-absorbed woman who doesn't remember the night he once saved her won't weaken his resolve. Too bad he's fighting a battle of attraction that he just can't win. With Savannah returning soon to Hollywood, could falling in love could be the truce needed for her to stay?

©2015 Tracey Alvarez (P)2017 Tracey Alvarez

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Great story!

Loved listening to this story... it came alive for me with this narrator. Inflections and accents matched those in my imagination. Great job!

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Another Wonderful Far North Story

Tracey Alvarez always writes wonderful stories about New Zealand, and, when you add the narration of Rose O'Toole, magic happens! Characters come to life and the story takes on a whole new dimension. This is the second book in Ms. Alvarez' New Zealand Far North series and the main characters, Savannah and Glen have not only history, but chemistry too. The story develops as they try to dance around each other in ways that are funny, romantic, sometimes sad, and often hot, it holds your interest the entire way. Ms. O'Toole definitely rises to each occasion, making them memorable. The layers of characters in this story are fun to follow as they weave in and out of Sav and Glen's lives. The sexual tension builds and builds and has you holding your breath! The dialogue is already well written, but Ms. O'Toole brings life and realism to each person regardless of age or attitude. She truly gives another depth to this story. I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves romance AND New Zealand. I also recommend the first book, Hide Your Heart, that Ms. Alvarez and Ms. O'Toole collaborated on. You will not be disappointed!

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What does a diva do when can't go home?

The heroine's hideaway house away from Auckland (NZ) was temporarily rented out to a hunky guy when she suddenly needed it to work on her acting career and hide from reporters and friends in the city. As one of the most annoying landlords ever, she tried everything to get her tenant to move out and give her her house back. Unfortunately, he won't budge. Fortunately, he is a nice - and extremely tolerant - guy who unwillingly has the hots for her. The book did pick up pace after her little B&E! I really liked Glen - he was a lawyer trying out his creative muscles. Savannah was not so easy to like. Maybe her starvation diet makes her crazy, because she did behave badly. She does make you laugh, though, and she is a nice person under the diva veneer. There are plenty of other characters to add interest to the story.

I enjoyed Rose O'Toole's reading of Know Your Heart - it was nicely paced and she created distinctive voices with appropriate (in a mild way) accents for everyone. I really could listen to her all day!

I already had the ebook version, and was given an Audible version for review.

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Great story and excellent narration!

I liked this book even better than the last! The narrator made all the difference while listening to this story. Great work Rose O’Toole! Well worth the credit.