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Publisher's Summary

It's Katie Peterson's job to be a mouthy DJ, but being mouthy just got personal. Jess Harkins has started construction on a 60-story office tower next to Katie's quaint local radio station. She'd hate his building anyway: Who needs another high-rise? But Katie especially dislikes having her view blocked by the guy who turned down the chance to be her "first". So it's time for a little payback. Jess always got a laugh at Katie's irreverent on-air comments. He'd even thought of asking her out for old time's sake. But now Katie's barbs are directed at him, implying that any man driven to build a structure this high is obviously compensating for something. Jess has only one thing to say to Katie, and it isn't something he can just phone in. It's time to turn the radio off and turn Katie on!
©2005 Vicki Lewis Thompson (P)2006 Audible, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Sandra on 02-10-06

Very good book.

It is a good book. More like erotica then romance. Don't listen to it at work unless you have headphones.

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2 out of 5 stars
By LMG on 08-14-07

Problem with male reader

Fine story, fine narration EXCEPT -- both narrators has a SERIOUS problem with secondary character voices -- they makes them sound like children, or super-squeaky, or constipated. LAME. Why didn't the production team correct this problem before publishing? (to be fair this is a common problem with narrators -- especially when reading characters not of their own gender -- but it is MOST annoying!!!! -- The narrators should just read the story, NOT over-act

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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