- Narrated by: Erin Bennett
- Length: 10 hrs and 44 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-24-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Hachette Audio
Regular price: $28.50
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Sent to investigate a bank robbery in small-town Wisconsin, Special Agent John MacKinnon discovers the robbers were two not-quite-so-bright thugs and one woman. Now Turner is on the run. With SA MacKinnon on her trail, she's breaking into bank president Calvin's house, kidnapping his Great Dane, and for the first time in her life setting out to break a few rules. But when Calvin hires a hit man, MacKinnon will have to decide between his career - and saving Turner.
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By Yvette on 10-14-15
I REALLY TRIED
OK, I tried....I really tried to read the complete story, but early on, this was a COULD NOT COMPLETE!! Even though I recognized the fun, interesting characters Elizabeth Hoyt created and the funny moments were good, but I could not take the fact that that heroine and hero took so long to actually meet in person. I love Elizabeth Hoyt's story telling skills, but even though I love her as an author, I could not finish this book. On a positive note, the narrator, Erin Bennett was really good!
4 of 5 people found this review helpful
By SB on 11-02-17
Can't believe it is the same author- Bad!
Story: 1 star, badly written. Trying to be funny but Not!
Relationship/heat: some heat, but not well written. Poor relationship development.
Performance: 3.5 stars fine, ok.
Overall: 2 stars at most. Not recommended, not worth a credit, not worth it on sale, not worth your time!
I am so sad to write this because I LOVE Elizabeth Hoyt's historicals ( and I am reading another one right now) They are creative, well written, intelligent and have interesting character development and story lines.
This book is not . It is shallow, the relationship development is poor, it attempts to be hot but ends up being forced, attempt to be funny but many of those moments end up silly. It attempts to have action but it is hard to follow, and it ends oddly. It is written almost in a juvenile manner.
The premise is interesting but the execution is just bad. I am so supervised it is the same author, enough said! I do not recommend Julia Harper. :-(
1 of 1 people found this review helpful