Love can be strange. Add in the fact that the man you're falling for is your new stepbrother, and you've got one big mess. A girl like Josephine White was never the kind of girl to fall in love with the typical jock, but she finds herself doing just that when her mother brings in yet another man into her life. She discovers that not everyone is what they seem to be when she meets her new stepbrother, Ryan Lowe. Ryan Lowe has tragedy in his past, but a love in his heart for his new sister, and it's anything but brotherly.
Joey gets a new stepbrother Ryan, who just happened to be popular in school. They go to a party and things happen by chance and they realized they had this connection.
Joey was a little immature esp. toward her mother. Over all I enjoyed this short story.
Veronica Heart is either a hit or miss for me, I really liked how she narrated this book. Only a few times did she drag the endings of the words when she did the male voices. I liked the female characters voice the best. :)
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What disappointed you about Taken by His Touch?
I couldn't even get through the book and it was under an hour due to the narrator, her voice and tone were not pleasant to listen to and made this story odd.
The writing was poor with short-clipped sentences with very little description or interest. The narration was like listening to fingernails on a chalkboard. She dragged out the last word (syllable) of each sentence. If she thought this was 'sexy,' she was wrong! It made the listening irritating and from the first paragraph, I wanted the story to end before it had even begun.
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