• A Thick Black Line

  • By: Judah Raine
  • Narrated by: R. Konnelly
  • Length: 11 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 02-14-12
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: AudioLark Audio Books
  • 1.9 (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Bo Carmichael has drawn a thick black line around her heart, and with good reason. She has worked hard to overcome the anguish of betrayal and the devastation it wreaked in her family's lives, and she's now close to realizing her dreams. There simply isn't a place in this equation for emotional entanglements, especially not with Nic Sinclaire, the only man who has the ability to breach her defenses.
From their first encounter, an impossible chemistry rages between them a crackling heat that threatens to melt the ice surrounding her. A bizarre twist makes Nic a constant companion and self-appointed protector. As Bo's barriers shift and crumble, she can no longer ignore the powerful emotions his proximity evokes.
©2009 Judah Raine (P)2010 AudioLark Audio Books
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By Maria on 09-21-12

And we are off to the races!!!

The book could be good, however the narrator never changed voices, and read as if she was at a race track.
Do these narrators ever listen to an audible book to see how to read/perform them. This narrator read so fast, and never changed voices till the words all became the same. I feel asleep twice trying to listen to this one, but when the words all blend together makes it hard to get through a book. Skip this one unless you like fast readers. And I do mean fast!

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