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Publisher's Summary

Lori Foster’s steamy romances have earned her a place on the New York Times and USA Today best-seller lists. Trace of Fever stars Trace Rivers, a private mercenary looking for vengeance after his sister’s kidnapping. Trace has targeted human trafficker Murray Coburn as the man responsible, but his plans for payback get complicated when Coburn’s beautiful daughter turns up.

©2011 Lori Foster (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC

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A Rare Disapointment

The story went on and on without much character, excitement, story plot or relief of any kind. I told myself to be patient and wait for it. I am familiar with this author and some of her other books and have truely enjoyed some of her writing. The Hero was not handsome and witty, but ripped and moodily quiet. Boring. The Heroine had to be raised on vanilla because that is what her character emoted. I hung in there and wished I hadn't Avoid this one unless you want a sleeping aide..

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  • New Windsor, NY, US
  • 02-21-13

GREAT NARRATION AND STORY

Would you consider the audio edition of Trace of Fever to be better than the print version?

YES

What did you like best about this story?

Priscilla and Trace and their funny bantor.

What about Jim Frangione’s performance did you like?

His story telling ability and his wonderful manly voice. So many times they have a woman narrating a man's voice and it just creeps me out.<br/>

Any additional comments?

Best one yet...laughed through the entire book at Priscilla.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful