Future Perfect

  • by Suzanne Brockmann
  • Narrated by Patrick Lawlor
  • 6 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dressed in Victorian attire, Juliana Anderson gives guests at her cozy New England bed and breakfast a taste of old-fashioned hospitality. Whether she’s cooking up delights in her kitchen or maintaining the rooms in her beautifully decorated inn, Juliana stays busy and content. Until Webster Donovan arrives - tall, rugged, and sexy beyond belief.
The lean, dark-haired author has a bad case of writer’s block and he’s planned a six-week stay to cure it. But this beautiful woman is proving even more distracting to the cause. For prim, polite Juliana has a wild side: She rides a Harley and hides a troubled past. The moment Webster watches her take off her motorcycle helmet and shake loose those long, flame-colored curls, he finds his muse - and loses his heart. But can romance with a woman afraid to trust in love last longer than a moment in time?


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Just Okay

This book was an easy listen however, it was just okay for me. I have listen/read other Suzanne Brockmann books and you can tell this was one of her earlier books. I didn't dislike the book, it sort of dragged for me. The characters were well developed and the story was as well, but I got bored in the middle. It is a true romance book. It did make me laugh a few times. This is not a bad book, It is just not one of her best work. I will continue to listen and read other books by this author. This was the first time with this narrator and he did a good job.
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There was nothing and no one in this story to make the reader actually care. Juliana is, in a word, pissy. Webster is appealing except for this one huge lapse in judgement--for some unknown reason he falls head-over-heels in love with Juliana--who, as I think I mentioned, is pissy.

Then there is the part at the end where I think she makes him grovel way too much.

I generally like Brockmann's non-Troubleshooter books, but this was a general fail for me.

I've listened to Patrick Lawlor perform several audiobooks in the past and I like his voice and delivery. I particularly enjoyed his reading of Brockmann's Infamous. In this case he didn't have much to work with. I do think his delivery of love scenes to be a bit too enthusiastic. A more subtle approach would make the scenes more sensuous
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- Carolyn Gwaltney

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-22-2011
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio