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Publisher's Summary

NOTE: While listening the series in order is recommended, it is not necessary. Each story is a standalone title featuring new primary characters with limited overlapping secondary characters.
Widow Sarah Johnson struggled to pick up the pieces after her life was ripped apart. After two years of grieving, she's found contentment in her thriving business as photographer to Hollywood's A-list and in raising her angel-faced daughter, Kylee - until bodyguard and long-time friend Ethan Cooke changes everything with a searing moonlight kiss.
Sarah's world turns upside down as she struggles with her unexpected attraction to Ethan and the guilt of betraying her husband's memory. But when blue roses and disturbing notes start appearing on her doorstep, she has no choice but to lean on Ethan as he fights to save her from a stalker that won't stop until he has what he prizes most.
©2012 Cate Beauman (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Dianne Hart on 07-27-18

Hot!

Good book. This is my first Cate Beauman book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. looking forward to reading more by this author

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3 out of 5 stars
By Rusty on 02-08-18

Super Villain - Damsel in Distress

Falling for Sarah had humorous and entertaining moments but 2 major flaws kept it from being truly engaging and enjoyable.

First, the villain was unbelievable, an expert in everything - electronics, hand-to-hand combat and psychological warfare. Sorry, but being a violent sociopath does not make a man that perfect and unstoppable.

Second, Sarah made no attempt to learn how to protect herself, even in the most elemental ways. As an intelligent, single woman and mother, Sarah should have been proactive in her own safety; even little old ladies can learn self-defense.

I am so bored with so-called heroines who are just damsels in distress in need of saving, rather than strong, independent women.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Gail on 11-08-16

Dont waste a credit

If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

Perhaps if there was a better narrator - the slow ponderous tone was awful

What will your next listen be?

think I'll give it a rest

How did the narrator detract from the book?

slow ponderous tone - long periods of silence between words, sentences - AWFUL

What character would you cut from Falling for Sarah?

all of them - so childish all of them

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