Incriminating Evidence : Evidence

  • by Rachel Grant
  • Narrated by Nicol Zanzarella
  • Series: Evidence
  • 9 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From enemies to allies...When archaeologist Isabel Dawson stumbles upon an unconscious man deep in the Alaskan wilderness, her survival skills are put to the test. She tends his wounds and drags him to shelter, only to discover she's saved the life of Raptor CEO Alec Ravissant - the man who may have covered up her brother's murder to save his senatorial campaign.
With no memory of the assault that landed him five miles deep in the forest, Alec doesn't know what to believe when he wakes in the clutches of the beautiful redhead who blames him for her brother's death, but he quickly realizes he needs her help to uncover the truth about his lost hours.
Isabel never imagined she'd find herself allied with Alec, and he's the last man she ever expected to find attractive. But the former Army Ranger-turned-politician proves seductively charming, and he's determined to win much more than her vote. When their quest for answers puts Isabel in the crosshairs, Alec must risk everything - his company, his campaign, and his life - to protect her.

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B+ for both the story and narration!

I gave this audiobook a B+ for both the story and narration at AudioGals.

Narrated by Nicol Zanzarella

As a romantic suspense title that will cause you to question just who your allies and enemies truly are, Incriminating Evidence is sure to pique your curiosity. This title delivers more than just suspense, with an interesting enemies- to-lovers romantic plot that takes up equal, or near equal, time in its development as the suspense angle. Additionally, for the audiobook lovers, the narration by the talented Nicol Zanzarella makes this a good romantic suspense title to enjoy in audiobook format.

Isabel Dawson is determined to uncover the true reason why her older brother Vin died. His death has been ruled a training accident, as he was employed by a paramilitary organization named Raptor and was on their training compound in Alaska when he died. However, she is convinced that Vin’s death was no accident – it was murder. Vin died while on the land owned by Raptor, and the Raptor CEO, Alec Ravissant (a former army ranger turned politician who is running for a Senate seat in Maryland), is blocking her attempts to obtain more information about circumstances surrounding his death. The situation has gotten so heated that Alec has even obtained a restraining order prohibiting Isabel from going on Raptor land.

But Isabel is a determined woman as well as an archaeologist who is used to solving mysteries. So she ignores the restraining order, determined to find a cave that Vin mentioned to her and which she is convinced holds the evidence she needs to prove his murder. What Isabel could never have counted on, however, was stumbling upon her nemesis, Alec Ravissant, while exploring the land. Moreover, Alec has been attacked and is unconscious giving her no option but to help him. She’s so tough, in fact, that she creates a makeshift device (travois) to pull his body miles in the cold Alaskan terrain to a small shelter. Without her aid, he would have frozen to death. However, when he wakes up, he pays her back not with thanks, but by having her arrested!

But as Alec begins to regain his strength and starts to do some digging of his own, he starts to see that Isabel may just have been right all along, and even more distressing, given her undoubtedly negative effect on his campaign, undeniably alluring. So Alec reaches out to Isabel who, though skeptical, is also not willing to lose an opportunity to bring closure to her brother’s case. But can they really trust each other? Thus begins a journey where they begin to uncover a number of clues. But not everything is as it seems. Can Alec and Isabel discover the truth before danger looms in and gets one or both of them? Moreover, could there possibly be a HEA in the cards for this couple?
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- BJ's Reviews

Incriminating Evidence

I enjoyed this book the most of all the "Evidence" books I've read so far. I'm not always a fan of the "enemies to lovers" trope, but this one was handled very well. And while the man was commanding & in control most of the time, he wasn't a jerk about it. 👍
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- Cindy Hagerthy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-06-2016
  • Publisher: Audible Studios