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Publisher's Summary

San Diego police officer Larson Jenkins rescues a scared and hurt Calvin Trison, who was attacked by a burglar in his home. In a spur of the moment decision, Larson decides to take the injured man home with him to a secure building where Calvin can recover behind several locked doors, a fat, spoiled cat, and himself.
As he finds himself falling in love, Larson knows his greatest fear is all too possible: that Calvin will latch onto him until he feels safe again and then he'll be out the door.
©2009 Sonja Spencer (P)2009 Dreamspinner Press
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By Donald on 10-25-11

Save your credit...

I bought the audio book despite the warning from the single reviewer. I will just state that I am glad I bought it on sale. I never got past chapter 2. The narration was atrocious and as hard as I tried, I just couldn't get beyond that. Monotone is too kind of a description. That said, I didn't want to offer a review on the book because I hadn't listened to it or read it. Thus, I purchased the book from Insightout. The writing style of Sonja Spencer is engaging and the story is fairly decent. Not the best story I have read, but certainly not the worst, which is what I would have given the story if I only listened to David Tunic. I was going to purchase another book and then I seen who the narrator was--David Tunic--and I decided against that book. Again, don't waste your credit on this one...Next!

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By Kd on 05-06-11

Narrator screw up

Simply put, the narrator destroys what could've been a pretty good story. He couldn't have been more dull and monotone. It was like listening to sex between emotionless robots, which defeats the point of sexually driven encounters. Everything else was emotionlss too. There wasn't one emotion expressed through tone or the like. Ruined!

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