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Publisher's Summary

What do Chelsea Lattimer and David Winter have in common? Aside from both being single, attractive, and successful...absolutely nothing! She's an outspoken, free-spirited romance novelist. He's a physician, with a blue-blood pedigree and all the proper seriousness of his profession. But there is this incredible chemistry that won't go away. And when David decides to mold himself into one of the heroes in Chelsea's novels, they discover they actually do have something very magical in common.
©2006 Catherine Coulter (P)2006 Audible, Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Julie on 07-24-07

Awful. Just awful.

I can't even finish this book. The narrator is horrible. Completely annoying voice - she sounds like a cheerleader on speed. I keep waiting for this book to get interesting but I'm giving up. Pass on this one, folks, it isn't worth your time or Audible credit.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Leslie on 12-25-07

A fan, but not of this one

I am a real fan of Coulter's FBI series, but this particular story was too difficult to listen to in order for me to finish. The performance is a bit on the sugary side and lacked a true entertainment value. Probably a book better read than listened to.

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