• by Jayne Ann Krentz
  • Narrated by Kate Fleming
  • 9 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Olivia Chantry may keep her desk in disarray, but she's a dynamo when it comes to business; her Seattle-based company - Light Fantastic - organizes dazzling events that create the flash her clients need to promote their products and causes. Her success almost makes up for a marriage that ended in disaster.
When Olivia inherits a large portion of her uncle's high-tech lighting firm, she butts heads with the co-owner - Jasper Sloan - a venture capitalist with all his ducks in a row. Sparkling with Jayne Ann Krentz's irresistible blend of sassy wit and sheer suspense, Flash explodes into passionate pyrotechnics as a beautifully mismatched pair finds that the bottom line isn't making it in the marketplace - it's the merger of hearts.


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Customer Reviews

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good Krentz story

What did you like best about Flash? What did you like least?

light hearted spirit of our heroine

Have you listened to any of Kate Fleming’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is the late great Ms Anna Fields, who does Susan E. Phillips reads. She could read a phone book

What would have made this romance irresistible?

you have to be a fan of Krentz, so this was good

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- Karen

Narration adds another enjoyable dimension to the novel

At first I was not sure about the voice used by the narrator for Jasper, the hero. However it grew on me with each passing chapter. It changed my image of Jasper from the one I had from reading the novel to a different one, one that made listening to the novel this time, more enjoyable. It's a good voice for the deadpan jokes Jasper makes. I ended up really enjoying this narration.

The heroine voice did not sound like a teenage girl. It sounded like an adult woman, another positive. The hero voice ended up being perfect for Jasper's character who is definitely well over 30 years old. So because this narration increased my enjoyment of a book that I had only read as text before ( and enjoyed it), I decided it was worthy of a separate review.

I have to read less and listen more due to strange retinal problems, one of which has no cure at this time (a political plug for others to support and vote for candidates who support increased federal grants for medical research instead of the current Scrooge-like Congress which has cut federal medical research to almost non existence). Due to my strange incurable medical retina problem, I am becoming a discriminating Audible buyer and listener.
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- Carol Mello

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-13-2012
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio