Darkling I Listen

  • by Katherine Sutcliffe
  • Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan
  • 16 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Even though Brandon Carlyle's acting career seems to be stalling, it hasn't stopped an anonymous fan from becoming a malicious stalker. Hoping to get away from it all, he returns to his Texas hometown for some peace and quiet. But when he meets a sexy journalist, he isn't sure if she's the woman of his dreams, or the woman of his nightmares.

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What the Critics Say

"Readers will enjoy watching this tangled web unravel." (Publishers Weekly)

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This is how to write romantic suspense

Having first read Darkling I Listen when it was published in 2001, I was happily surprised to see it available in audio. I haven't read anything better in this genre since then and I rank Darkling as among the very, very best in romantic suspense. This is deeply moving story with all the right touches. Carlyle is a wonderful hero, tragically wounded and isolated while he barely holds himself together for the sake of his needful family. Allison barrels into his life and forces him to come out of him self-imposed isolation and face unpleasant and dangerous forces bearing down on him. Together they face a stalker whose threats are escalating, a hostile sheriff who is too busy protecting his own behind to be of any help, Carlyle's pretty scary agent and even scarier mother. Through it all they manage to find love and trust, and none of that comes easily. This is a complex and compelling book with fully fleshed out characters -- even the secondary characters are carefully drawn. Dark and very sad at times, the HEA is well worth the torturous journey.
Katherine Stucliffe, where are you?


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- Diana

My husband became an audiobook widower!

I literally couldn't do ANYTHING productive while I was listening to this! It was FANTASTIC.
I completely recommend!!!
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- michaela

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-14-2005
  • Publisher: Books on Tape