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#1 New York Times best-selling author Sherryl Woods brings listeners the classic tales of the Devaneys…brothers torn apart in childhood, reunited by love.

Abandoned by his parents and separated from his brothers, Ryan Devaney doesn't believe in love. Until Maggie O'Brien storms into his Irish pub and her bright smile and tender touch have him reconsidering. The beautiful redhead warms his frozen spirit and awakens forgotten dreams - like the desire to search for his long-lost brothers. Will he dare to believe there's a place for them in happily-ever-after?

©2002 Sherryl Woods (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • 30-11-2017

Have you seen “To Wong Foo thanks for everything, Julie Newmar”?

The female parts read were just awwwwwwwwful! Each time the female parts were read, I cringed!! The voice made me visualize two of the lead male muscle bound characters in one of my favorite movies, “To Wong Foo thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar.” I loved those characters but I don’t believe they are who we were supposed to think of when listening to this. I had to stop listening. It was such a wasted book credit.
I’d rather they increase the price of the audiobook and spend the extra money to get two readers than to have the female parts read by this narrator. However, the male parts were read beautifully and very convincingly.
I think the storyline was good but, again, I couldn’t listen anymore. All I kept seeing was muscle-bound Wesley Snipes in makeup and a dress as Maggie O’Brien—ughhhh:-(
Im going to buy the book.