She doesn't want to deal with the past... Ten years ago, Ashley Fitzgerald witnessed the death of her parents in a tragic fire and her mind blocked the memory. She pretends to have moved on, is a successful artist and photographer, until she opens her door to a stranger, assumes he's a model and asks him to strip to his briefs. He plans to expose the truth... Wealthy businessman Ron Noble has the body, the jet, the fast cars and the women, but he hides a deadly secret.
His father started the fire that killed Ashley's parents. Now someone is leaving him clues that could exonerate his father and they lead to Ashley's door. Blindsided by the blazing attraction between them and a merciless killer silencing anyone who was there the night of the fire, Ron can't dare tell Ashley the truth. Yet the answer he seeks may very well tear them apart. While a demented arsonist plots his ultimate revenge...
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Narrator is terrible
The story was good overall but the narration was so bad I couldn't finish it.
Yes, if it had another narrator
It's like she didn't read with the punctuation, she stopped in places she wasn't suppose to and she ran on in places, it made it almost impossible to keep up with the story.
I stopped listening to this book and decided to start reading it instead.
I would have enjoyed the book more if the dialogue had not been so formal. The evolution of the story was very disjointed and did not hold my interest. I didn't believe the emotion she was trying to convey.
This was the first book i've listened to by E.B. Walters.
She mentioned hazelnut creamer several times and each time was unnecessary.