Publisher's Summary

Johnny Harris is home again, his too-tight jeans and damn-your-eyes belligerence honed to perfection by a ten-year stretch in federal prison for murder. Now he’s out on parole and ready for the job Rachel Grant has promised him to help him begin a new life. Unlike the rest of the town, Rachel has always believed in her former student’s innocence. But one thing has changed.
The sullenly handsome boy she remembers is still sullen, still handsome - but no longer a boy. And now the small Kentucky town is alive with gossip and whispers of a scandal, as friendship turns to passion and Rachel abandons a lifetime of propriety in the ex-con’s arms. Then the killer strikes again. All evidence points to Johnny Harris, but Rachel knows he is innocent. And she knows she is next - as a shattering truth is uncovered and dark passions explode in the relentless summer heat.
©2014 Karen Robards (P)2014 Blackstone Audiobooks
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5 out of 5 stars
By Empress Karen on 02-10-14

A Classic Robards! A must buy

What made the experience of listening to One Summer the most enjoyable?

if you are a classic Robards reader, you can not miss this one. I have waited 15 yrs for this one and get a bonus as Anna Fields AKA Kate Fleming reads this one. Oh what a find.

What did you like best about this story?

this is pure core romance

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

this is read by the late great AKA, Anna Fields, who read the best Susan Elizabeth Phillips books ie: It had to be You.

Any additional comments?

I have purchased so many books by the late great ms Fields, what a waste she has passed. Enjoy this classic

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Bigedsgirl1 on 02-19-15

One of Robards's best!

This is one of my favorite romantic suspense stories of all time. I have it in print form and have read it time and time again over the years. I thought the narration was excellent, and the narrator really captured the spirit of one of the best male characters of all time: Johnny Harris.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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