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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling romance author Jacquelyn Ross is adored for her sultry novels of contemporary life and love. Promises to Keep uncovers the burning desires of two co-workers: Nick, a newly appointed federal judge, and his beautiful clerk, Samantha.Though Nick and Samantha struggle to keep their minds on work, their late nights at the office just keep getting hotter and hotter. This deeply satisfying romance features a smooth and seductive reading by narrator Richard Ferrone.
©2003 Jacquelyn Ross; (P)2004 Recorded Books,LLC

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  • Judy
  • Champaign, IL, United States
  • 11-07-08

Really good book!

This turned out to be a really good listen! Just one word of caution -- it has a very complicated storyline and you need to listen very carefully or you will be lost. It's not a story you can listen to casually while doing other things.

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very good

I enjoyed this book- very good. the story is interesting with some twists
the main characters were human, not heros

worth a credit

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  • S
  • new york, NY, United States
  • 03-19-09

worst narrator EVER....

I hate when i can't finish a book--it's just such a waste. However, the narrator was the worst I've ever heard. I just couldn't get through it. He read with a snarky attitude that had nothing to do with the story or the characters. Save your money and time

1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Much better than the Publisher's Summary indicates

The "Publisher's Summary" is really misleading. It makes this book sound like a sex-at-the-office-but-no-plot story, and that is the furthest thing from the truth. This is more of a legal/political thriller -- granted, it's not a real intense thriller and there is a definite romantic subplot, but there is much more to it than the summary indicates. It's a very engaging story, and well read by this narrator. I enjoyed every minute of it!