Rare and Precious Things : The Blackstone Affair

  • by Raine Miller
  • Narrated by Grace Grant, Shane East, India Baldwin
  • Series: The Blackstone Affair
  • 9 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Some love is rare.... All love is precious....
The fourth part in the New York Times best-selling Blackstone Affair series, brings the continuing story of Ethan and Brynne, two damaged souls fighting for a hard-won love, and now the promise of a new hope to secure their happily ever after. Fresh from an idyllic honeymoon along the Italian coast, the Blackstones prepare for the birth of their precious baby while facing the challenges of settling into a new home and married life. But when specters from the past resurface, so do their lingering doubts. Fears about those things they struggle to understand about each other, threaten the very foundation of their relationship. The story of two souls who both need the other in order to be complete...a husband and a wife who learn just how rare their love truly is when faced with losing it...two lovers who will have to lay bare their darkest fears so that they may find peace... Ethan and Brynne are fighting harder than ever for each other in… Rare and Precious Things.


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Customer Reviews

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Should have been an epilogue to Eyes Wide Open

First, I have to say that I am annoyed with Audible for not putting this book on the home page as a book that I would be interested in based on my past purchases, seeing as I have the other three books in my library. I just stumbled upon it by accident as I was browsing the website the other day.

With that out of the way, my reaction to this book was "meh". The author basically tied up loose ends from the other three books, but that could have been done with an epilogue at the end of Eyes Wide Open. There's really not much in the way of more story in this book. It just felt like an excuse to extend the series in an attempt to get more money out of consumers.

Normally I love Grace Grant and Shane East, but in this book, Grant seemed very tentative in her narration. She slowed down and seemed to leave too much time between sentences. That's my main criticism of her performance in this book, but other than that, she did a good job - but not as good as she usually does.

Shane East did a good job, on par with his past performances. I have to say, though, when he reads a sex scene, it can be a bit over the top. If I'm listening at home, it's okay, but if I'm listening in my car, I have to pull over! :) He really puts it all out there, so good for him!

Bottom line for me is that it was an okay book. If you really liked the first three books, you will probably want to get this one to find out a few things, but overall, it just felt like a way to get more money out of me.
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- Twitterpated "Phoenix, AZ, USA"

save your money...no new thoughts.

What disappointed you about Rare and Precious Things?

If you have bought book 3 which is excellent u don't need book4...
No new thoughts are in book 4.
Book 4 is like a reflection of book 3

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- beetlemom

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-19-2014
  • Publisher: Raine Miller Romance