A Perfect Storm

  • by Lori Foster
  • Narrated by Jim Frangione
  • 14 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Romantic Times Career Achievement Award winner Lori Foster pens steamy adventures that are frequent New York Times best-sellers.
In A Perfect Storm, bounty hunter Spencer Lark finally has the bait he needs to expose a dangerous smuggling ring - the beautiful Arizona Storm. Haunted by her past, Arizona welcomes the opportunity to settle the score. As their attraction for one another grows, Spencer realizes he’ll do anything to keep Arizona from becoming a victim again.


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I love L.F.'s books so this was an automatic download for me. However, this is actually 4th in the Men Who Walked the Edge of Honor series - When You Dare, Trace of Fever, Savor the Danger then this one.

That said, I hadn't realised this and it was still a very enjoyable listen about Arizona who was sold into slavery and prostitution by her father at an early age but she's now free and determined to seek revenge on any other prostitution rings. She tries it alone but finally is forced to seek the help of Spencer and his fellow team members then slowly her vulnerability starts to show as well as her building passion for Spencer.

Worth my credit? Definitely - it's got a lot to it, but it may have been even more enjoyable if I'd first listened to the others and in order.
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- CAROLYN "I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again"

Disappointing at best

I bought this book because I loved the first three in the series but this is quite different. It is VERY slow, in fact 95% of the book is about Arizona's catharsis. It's really only about Spencer trying to help Arizona come to terms with her past and move on. All very admirable but there is no real story beyond that and nothing really happens. Not really helped by the narrator who reads very slowly.

Even the characters are not as engaging as those in the first three books. I found Arizona to be intensely annoying and couldn't understand why Spencer fell in love with her or why the other characters were so desperate to make her part of their family. She is ungrateful, constantly pushes people away, puts herself purposely in danger..... not a character I ever really cared about.

I persevered with the book, hoping it would pick up but......... it never did. It's a very poor relation to the other books in the series. If you loved Jackson, Trace and Dare don't look for the same kind of book here. If you are looking for some action and adventure with your romance you you might want to look elsewhere.
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- Diva

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-29-2012
  • Publisher: Recorded Books