Jonah Steel is intelligent, rich, and hard-working. As the oldest of his siblings, he was charged by his father to protect them.
He failed in the worst way.
Dr. Melanie Carmichael has her own baggage. Although the renowned therapist was able to help Jonah's brother, she is struggling with feelings of inadequacy. When the oldest Steel walks into her office seeking solace, she can't turn her back.
As Melanie and Jonah attempt to work through their issues together, desperately trying to ignore the desire brewing between them, ghosts from both their pasts surface...and danger draws near.
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Love the story and I've only listened through because of the story. I am sorry to say, but the reader was not to my liking at all. Made it hard to concentrate and follow. Feels forced and over acted...
"WTF WHY WHY WHY!! NARRATORS RUINED IT"
I have waited patiently for this book and you take excellent narrators and replace them with wet behind the ears narrators. Who does this? This has ruined the series for ME but if you feel you can overlook it I would like to know what other listeners think about it. I wish that casting agents would think these types of moves through because this was a bad change. 🤢🤢🤢🤢
So very disappointed by the whole story! Horrid narration. Why correct something that isn't broken? Cliffhanging pain!
I would like my credit back please!
What happened to Sabastain York and Neva Navarre!
Not nearly as good as the first three books. I'm really disappointed in this book. So much sex I had to fast forward thru a lot of it and it wasn't even good sex it was rushed. Nothing interesting or suspenseful until the last hour and even that wasn't edge-of-your suspense it was just mediocre.
Helen Hardt is a seasoned author and knows to stick with what works...this just didn't.
Worth a credit/$ IMO-No. I didn't learn anything that I didn't already know. Seven hours of listening and I don't know anything more than I did after the third book.
"WHAT THE HECK JUST HAPPENED????"
This series was trucking along just fine and then....this snore of a book 4. Oh my goodness, I almost didn't finish it and considered returning it. Not only was the narration a disappointment, although Alexander Cendese should've been a good fit--deep sexy voice, but way over dramatized everything he said, and then the overall progression of the storyline was lacking. I started to get a little confused because things were going in a circle--maybe that provided some mystique, I really don't know. It seemed like the author was struggling to stretch things out, and wouldn't you know it, there's a freaking cliffhanger! Unbelievable. I enjoyed all the preceding books until this one went off the rails. I really want all the pieces of this puzzle to come together and for that alone, I can't wait for book 5.
Story line was ok but severely drawn out with no resolve at the end of the book. The narration was horrible, dry, and emotionless compared to all the others. Very disappointed.
"It's was okay"
This book was a not as good as the first or second one it gave the reader a little more information, but I wish there was a little more to the story line and just as it starts to get better, the story ends, that was frustrating!
"Didn't Melt My Heart"
I loved the first three books of this series andn will finish it out just because I want to see how it resolves. However, this book was NOT the caliber of the first three. I love good eroticism just fine but this was just sex without meaning, even though it was supposed to be. I thought, good grief, find something else to do. I did not care much for Cendese; he just didn't 'live' the part.
The story line was very good but the narrators were very disappointing. The narrators performance took away from the overall story.
loved it great job can't wait to read the next book good good
loved this. book looking forward to the next, interesting story line. I enjoy the characters,
Wow yet another great story from this amazing series, wonderful characters and great narration. Would highly recommend this series. Looking forward to the next instalment
"great story shame about the narrators"
the narrators where cheap and nasty sounding unlike the others in the series why change a good thing
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