As the eldest brother, attorney Jace Granger is determined to take responsibility for Granger Aeronautics, his family's failing business....
After her marriage ends in bitter divorce, all Lorren Jacobs wants is to leave California behind....
The Westmorelands always get what they want....
Make your heart merry and unwrap these delightful stories of seasonal romance....
Sometimes you go in search of a new beginning. Other times, it finds you....
Drey St. John never dreamed helping the Braddocks discover the truth behind their father's fatal crash would lead to his own mother's shocking confession....
Ivy Johnson is stunned when Lucas Baylor makes an appearance at her family's event in Seattle....
Pediatrician Parker Reese likes to play the field and usually has women at his beck and call. Until caring for a newborn in crisis sets him on a collision course....
Alexandria, Renee, and Danielle are three very different women with one thing in common: their late husband....
In Stern, Stern Westmoreland never makes mistakes. In Bachelor Untamed, Ellie Weston is back at her great-aunt's lake house, and so is Uriel Lassiter - still wildly sexy....
Seven years ago, as a young cop, Darius Franklin saved a vulnerable woman from a violent situation. They shared one night of pure passion before she walked away....
Millionaire security expert and rancher Zeke Travers always separates emotion from work - until a case leads him to Sheila Hopkins....
Two classic Westmoreland novels from New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Brenda Jackson
The Durango Affair
"I'm having your baby."
Savannah Claiborne's simple statement sets off an avalanche in Montana ranger Durango Westmoreland's carefully ordered life. Suddenly an unforgettable night of passion with the hazel-eyed beauty has turned into a lifetime obligation for the confirmed bachelor.
But Westmoreland men always honor their responsibilities, and leaving Savannah to raise his baby on her own is not an option.
So he proposes and she accepts…with one condition—theirs will be a marriage in name only.
Ian's Ultimate Gamble
Winner takes all…
Casino owner Ian Westmoreland thinks he's seen the last of Brooke Chamberlain—that is until she checks in to his resort claiming to need a little R & R. Brooke betrayed him years before, and Ian is willing to bet there's more to her visit than she's admitting.
No woman even came close to igniting the heat and passion inside him as Brooke once did. And if Ian is going to discover what she's hiding, what better way than by seducing her? But in this game of bedroom cat and mouse, the stakes are very high. Raising the question, will Ian's wager pay off?
What made the experience of listening to Promises of Seduction the most enjoyable?
Being able to close my eyes and just listen to someone read to me.
What did you like best about this story?
The fact that he was a ranger. I love the outdoors, and could picture the way eveything looked.
What about Madison Vaughn’s performance did you like?
She has a very easy listening voice. I could listen to her all day.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I almost cried when she was found in the suv cold. I didn't want anything to happen to her or the baby.
Any additional comments?
Just waiting for more Brenda Jackson Books.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
What a sweet, enjoyable read and/or listen! This is so romantic & sweet. A very sweet, nice book. I was a pleasant person while listening to this...so NICE, not complicated - just good!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Not Brenda's best. There were so many opportunities to make the storyline more interesting in the first half. The second one was better. Now the narrator Madison Vaughn and Gabra Zackman I believe to be the same person. At any rate she does "ok" until she does female voices. They sound like preschoolers or very weak. Hearing a kids voice saying erotic things....yuck!
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
The southern accents in book two were not great at all. Very cliche very high pitched
Both the story of Durango and Ian held your I treat. But Ian's held a bit more intrigue.
This was a great relaxation by the beach piece for me. Enjoyed the storyline of the dedicated and strong women
I love the Westmoreland series, and was excited to get these two stories in a bundle. However, they did not hold my attention nearly as well as prior stories in the series. They were just ok. I appreciate the lack of unnecessary drama, but the romances here were cookie cutter and weak with little excitement. Honestly, I was glad when they were over. Also, the narrator's accents in Ian's book were too much, and her tone didn't match the context of the scene quite often in both stories.
The story was interesting enough, even though it was a little too hard to believe, but I hated the female reader's interpretation of the male voice. He sounded like a robot; more like my GPS system than a sexy male human. It's a struggle to get through.
I bought this on sale for $4.95 and didn't pay enough attention to the book info. If I had, the Harlequin name would have stopped me. I just haven't enjoyed the books from that publisher. Less than a few chapters in, my mistake became obvious. Ideas and phrases were repeated ad nauseum; and both character's rehashed past events that left them ambivolent about relationships. The female character had a better excuse- her father kept a secret second family. The male character's traumatizing event..a spoiled woman embarrassed him..poor baby. These situations hardly carry equal gravity. And so the story is set..but I just couldn't muster any interest in what happened next. Life's too short.
The narrator has a very pleasant voice and did what she could.
What did you like best about Promises of Seduction? What did you like least?
The story left some to be desired. The narrator was terrible. Not a normal Brenda Jackson book.