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Shades of the Past

Detective Simon Granger has devoted his life to solving high-risk cases, and he's vowed never again to get involved with a woman whose work is equally as dangerous. But when the Special Investigations Group teams him with a beautiful psychiatrist, his resolve is shattered by the tense and emotionally charged partnership….

Shades of Intrigue

Determined to outrun the grief over her sister's death, Dr. Nina Whitaker reluctantly agrees to use her training to help the police. Despite Detective Granger's disdain for her profession, she believes she can change his mind. But then a grieving father begins a deadly game of revenge, threatening Nina's life, challenging her beliefs and drawing Nina and Simon together in an explosive endgame of intrigue…and unstoppable passion.

Shades of Passion…

©2013 Virna DePaul (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Meh

This author has some good books, but this wasn't it. The H was mostly a jerk, wondering why everyone though his gruff judgments were off putting. The h was fine, but a little too much of a doormat for someone (competent) in the mental health profession.

The vocals were all over the map. The h is supposed to be from Charleston. While I don't know how that should sound, I know that the audio for h sometimes had a southern twang but mostly was the narrator's usual voice. The H's voice changed, too, sometimes being a deeper tone, other times the narrator's normal voice. Other people's accents changed, too (deMarco). Not sure why they bothered with accents and vocal changes when they were so inconsistent with them.