Playboy Mason Thorne is nothing short of complicated. Though he was a movie star at a young age, his life took a downward spiral when he turned to drugs after losing his mother. He cleaned up his act and became a senator but still keeps his distance from most everyone - including his own father. There are plenty of women around, but most are gone by morning.
Twenty-five-year-old Chelle Landon thinks she must be the last virgin in Texas. She's worried if she doesn't remedy it soon, she'll stay one forever. She attends yet another small-town wedding where the last single man her age is officially off the market - until sexy politician Mason Thorne appears. He's the answer to her prayers, if one can pray for something that decadent.
He needs a cover story, not another lover. Chelle's on a mission to lose her virginity no matter what. Will he break her heart, or will she heal his?
©2016 Ruth Cardello (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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"life changing love story."
Country girl falls for player senator...Mason and Chelle were a great couple. I love the fact that he wanted to stay engaged. Great cast of characthers...nice read if you like happy romance.
Wow! I really enjoyed this book. The characters are great, especially Chelle. It took me some time to warm up to Mason because he is such a playboy in the true sense of the word, but part of me found him intriguing from the start. By the end of the book, I loved him, and I was so glad to see this couple get their HEA.
I listened to the audio, and the narrator did an excellent job with the different characters giving them their own distinct voice. She reads with a great deal of emotion without going too far. I'll definitely look for other books performed by her.
If you like an emotionally-charged read where the hero is greatly flawed, then you will enjoy Taken Home as much as I did. Happy reading!
I was pleasantly surprised by this. I loved it and would recommend, but like some of the other audiobooks, I yearned for a male voice.
I'm new to audio books but this narration was better than the first two in the series. I still struggle with some of the accents. But enjoyed it. Mason is a stubborn guy and h is thinking is definitely a challenge, but he is so also brave. Long book but good.
"Horrible horrible narrator...bad"
The performance was just horrendous. I couldn't deal with her voice. Slow and boring!!!
"What a senator!!"
He was very damaged... She was innocent (almost stupid at times).
Their story started in a wedding and had its funny moments.
He was less engaged with the town people and the story was not so well developed.
The narrator was not good. She was not able to make the correct accents and it made it weaker by the lack Spirit.
It was entertaining and nice enough...
"Storyline was Great"
The "f" word was totally uncalled for. remove n you have a 5 all the way around. Tasteless, unnecessary n reduced a wonderful story of love, family, forgiveness n trust to trash.!!!
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