She's spent her life avoiding love...
Captain Charlotte "Charlie" O'Brien, a doctor in the United States Navy, returns to her home in North Salem, Massachusetts to visit her family and make an important decision about her future. Mother Nature has other plans when a hurricane strikes, flooding the town and throwing Jake Sherbrooke in Charlie's path. Initially she believes Jake is nothing more than a rich playboy, but quickly, she learns that he is so much more.
The media calls him Prince Charming...
Jake Sherbrooke has never been one to follow the path laid out by his parents. That is why he started the Falmouth Foundation, a non-profit disaster relief organization rather than enter politics. When he learns of the destruction in North Salem, he immediately travels there to offer aid and meets Charlie O'Brien. Charlie is unlike any woman he has ever meet and he can not help but be drawn to her.
Soon neither can ignore the incredible chemistry between them. But will his reputation as a billionaire playboy damage their budding romance?
©2012 Christina Tetreault (P)2013 Christina Tetreault
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"HOT FOR THE PLAYBOY"
OMG Jake is so Hot and so Sweet still all about family. The Second Book was even BETTER well done Christina
The story by itself lacks some serious drama. The narrator lacked the enthusiasm to help improve the quality of this book. I have read other books by this author and enjoyed them; this one seemed to not be as good.
"Great story - recording was bad."
I love this series. I had a hard time with this one because I could hear the narrator fidgeting with either the microphone or something in front of it. It's very subtle and probably most people can't hear it but I listen to stuff through my earphones and it took away from the story for me. Otherwise this is another great story by tetrault and I will listen to her books as they continue to come out.
"Poor choice for narrator"
This is one of those books that had to overcome really poor narration. Maybe Kelly Kamyrn (misspelled on the cover or by audible) would be good for children's books, but definitely not for a book that requires an adult sound. I said 'maybe' because her phrasing if very strange and she mispronounces a number of relatively easy words. My guess -- she didn't read the book before doing the narration. I like Miss Tetreault's writing so I hung in there. If I had a choice, I would have read this book rather than listened to this narrator.
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