Lasting Pride : Pride (Sanders)

  • by Jill Sanders
  • Narrated by Tanya Eby
  • Series: Pride (Sanders)
  • 4 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Roberta Stanton had grown up a thief on the streets of Portland. Breaking into the old building had been easy, and she'd gotten away with it. Or so she thought. It had only cost her the lives of seven close friends.
Years later, now Rob found herself on the other side of the law. Tracking down a thief of millions of dollars worth of art was the least of her problems, her major pain now, was the handsome owner of that art.
Ric Derby owns the Blue Spot art galleries. Murder and a million dollar theft bring them together. A personal vendetta from a dark figure threatens them both. Retreating to the safety of the small town of Pride, Ric must fight to protect the only person he's ever truly loved.


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Repetitious, Sex Scene

I would like to see the stories stand on their own. The writer's favorite descriptions of the sex scenes she depends upon to carry the sell her books appear over and over in this this book and her other books almost as if copied and pasted from one book to the. next as well as from one scene to the next.
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- Amazon Customer "M. Turner"

Good story, better narration..

This was a decent story but, really? Her name was Roberta but she was called Rob. The bad guy who tried to kidnap her was Robbie, the sheriff of Pride was Robert AND Roberta’s father was Robert Stanton. Not much thought given to names in this book. I thought that was just ridiculous.

I was surprised at who was trying to kill Ric but I feel like there were a few unanswered questions overall.

There were several sex scenes but nothing that led up to them, no desire, no want, no feelings, nothing. Just because you put 2 or 3 or 4 sex scenes in a book doesn't make it "hot and steamy." It's the build up that makes it that way. IMO.. There could have been less sex and more storyline.

And there was a little swearing and the F-bomb was used 2 times.

As to the narration: Tanya Eby is one of my favorite narrators. She reads with emotions, most of the time, and her men sound like men. I can put up with anything else but if a man doesn’t sound like a man it’s going to result in a really low score for the female narrating the book.

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- Trish R.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-18-2014
  • Publisher: Jill Sanders