He can protect anything except his heart.
Leese Phelps's road hasn't been an easy one, but it's brought him to the perfect job - working for the elite Body Armor security agency. And what his newest assignment lacks in size, she makes up for in fire and backbone. But being drawn to Catalina Nicholson is a dangerous complication, especially since it could be the very man who hired Leese who's threatening her.
What Catalina knows could get her killed. But who'd believe the sordid truth about her powerful stepfather? Beyond Leese's ripped body and brooding gaze is a man of impeccable honor. He's the last person she expects to trust - and the first who's ever made her feel safe. And he's the only one who can help her expose a deadly secret, if they can just stay alive long enough.
Loved the story but the voices on the narration drove me crazy especially the girls voice very annoying if I didn't want to hear this story so bad I would have left it. I hope the next story has different narrators
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
Is there anything you would change about this book?
The narration. Alexander Cendese is a fine reader any character voices specifically female voices - terrible, distracting and made the women sound weak, moronic and as if they are in some kind of strange classic noir movie.
If you’ve listened to books by Lori Foster before, how does this one compare?
This is not nearly as good as Lori's other books. The poor narration didn't help but the book left something to be desired. The dialogue was at times completely unbelievable.
Would you be willing to try another one of Alexander Cendese’s performances?
If he was only speaking in a male voice - yes. Any female voices - no way. Other character voices - not great but not as bad as female voices.
Was Under Pressure: w/ Bonus Novella: Built for Love worth the listening time?
I listen in the car so I pushed through....but I thought several times about abandoning the book. I know that this is a series and hope this might be a just a bad apple in a good bunch.
Any additional comments?
I hope this mediocre book is not a bad sign for the series.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I will like this series, but I miss Jim Frangione. The new guy has a nasal female voice that is a little off putting. Not irritating enough to avoid the book, just not what I have come to expect from Foster's audio books.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
I have read many of Lori Foster's books and loved most of them. This one just seemed too flat. And the new aerator didn't help at any. His female Voice was quite irritating.
I would have to tell you to pass on this book. And I don't think I will be listening to the next one. But I will keep trying to find good books by Lori Foster because I know she has some good ones out there. This just wasn't one of
5 of 7 people found this review helpful
The man who told The story made the young woman sound like an excitable eight-year-old boy. It was really really bad
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
I have read many books by Lori Foster and I love her books. I thought this would be a good listen but the Narrator is so awful. The female voices are horrible and it is too distracting. I think I might have to stop listening now even though a small part of me wants to hear the rest of the story. I hate not finishing books but I just cant listen to this guy another minute. I wonder if I can return it?
The narrator fails completely with female voices and it ruins the story. Maybe if I read it it may be better