Breath of Scandal

  • by Sandra Brown
  • Narrated by Dick Hill
  • 15 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On a rainy Southern night, Jade Sperry endured a young woman's worst nightmare at the hands of three local hell-raisers.Robbed of her youthful ideals and at the center of scandal and tragedy, Jade ran as far and as fast as she could. But she never forgot the sleepy "company town" where every man, woman, and child was dependent on one wealthy family. And she never forgot their spoiled son, who with his two friends changed her life forever.Someday, somehow, she'd return...exacting a just revenge, freeing herself from her enemies' grasp, and, perhaps, fulfilling a lost promise of love.


What the Critics Say

"Fast-paced drama." (Publishers Weekly)


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Lifted by Narration

Sandra Brown is an experienced author with proven ability in pacing and story building. This work is sometimes slow, sometimes quick, always empathetic, and indomitable in its rise to its conclusion. Although its subject matter is not pretty, she makes no apologies and declines to take captive either her characters or her readers. Breath of Scandal is worthy of her craft. It's a well-written story to which I would have assigned a rating of four stars and no review without a second thought except for the exceptional quality and sensitivity of Dick Hill's narration. His talent for character interpretation, for acting each character's words and actions with care, believability, and consistancy, and his ability to understand and express the building emotion and drama of this story through only the instrument of voice deserves acknowlegment. Mr. Hill's narration was outstanding. For me, he single-handedly raised my rating of a solid Sandra Brown novel from a four to a five and prompted this review -- my first, by the way. Thank you, Mr. Hill. Narrators of your caliber are very, very hard to find. I sincerely hope this review finds its way to you and that others share my appreciation of your talent.
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- Margaret

Breath of Scandal

Good story, interesting characters & plot. Liked the way she got her revenge at the end. Typical Sandar Brown novel. I wish the female lead(s) were narrated by a female. It becomes annoying to hear a male narration as squeaky,high pitched,breathless and over compensated throughout the entire story.
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- Pam

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-08-2008
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio