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Publisher's Summary

State Secrets: Secret Service agent David Goddard never expected to spend his Christmas surveilling the president's cousin. But after weeks of studying her, he finds that Holly Llewellyn's life continues to remain a mystery. Tangled in the controversy swirling around them, David wonders, is it her secrets that fascinate him…or Holly herself?
The Five Days of Christmas: Morgan Trayhern's toughest mercenary, Colt Hamlin, is looking to lie low this Christmas, but he may just have a change of heart when his matchmaking boss puts him in the path of Montana's prettiest widow.
©2013 Harlequin Books S.A. (P)2013 Recorded Books
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By Gillian on 09-01-16

Good stories, but...

In Linda Lael Miller's story, the narrator was male & it was mainly written from a female perspective. It took a while to get used to it. The narrator in Lindsey McKenna's story needs to get better at doing men's' voices. Her voice for Colt (who is suppose to have a deep gravelly voice) sounded more like she had a frog with laryngitis in her throat. It was difficult to ignore and just her the words. Both were good stories. I would listen to both narrators again but the choice of the first & the abilities of the second might give me pause as to what type of material I was listening to read by them.

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By Raemar3356 on 01-07-14

Disappointed

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

There seem to be plenty of people who do like it, but I didn't care for this one.

What was most disappointing about Linda Lael Miller and Lindsay McKenna ’s story?

Holly was so wishywashy, I just wanted to shake her. To allow anyone to treat her like that repeatedly and keep going back for more shows a complete lack of selfesteem. I had no real liking for either Holly or David.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

The narration was fine. I couldn't get behind the story and just wanted it to end.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

It wasn't longer.

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