The Santinis : Leonardo

  • by Melissa Schroeder
  • Narrated by David Doersch
  • Series: Leonardo
  • 2 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Leo Santini is a man who always has a plan. It is the way to live a well-ordered life. He never planned on dealing with the hardheaded physical therapist who is taking care of his friend. He definitely never planned on being so totally infatuated with her.
Maryanne Johnson doesn't have time for a romance - especially with a military man. Sure, Leo is drop dead sexy, but more than one man in a uniform had hurt her before. Unfortunately, she can't seem to resist him or his kisses. It doesn't help that the man is as sweet as he is sexy. Falling for him is easy, but she does her best to keep herself from admitting it to him.
Leo knows she wants to keep things simple but when a Santini is in love nothing will stop him from achieving his goal - even the hardheaded woman he loves.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Okay, a little boring.

This started out good, but the heroine annoyed the HELL out of me. Her I am a badass attitude got annoying. It needed a little more action as well. The Hero and the male characters in this book are sweet, romantic, funny and strong. They are the reason I gave it a 3 star.
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- Books R Us

Sweet romance but very very short

I'll be honest, even though I love a good military romance I would never have picked up Melissa Schroeder's Leonardo if it hadn't been for the request for a book spotlight on her military romances and a mention of the next Santini book coming out shortly. The reason behind this is that they are SHORT! At only 2 hours 10 minutes - it would have been automatically ruled out. I rarely buy any Audible books, my preferred method of reading, that are less than 8 hours. That being said Leonardo was worth a read. If I find them on sale I will probably pick up the others in the series. The romance is sweet, a man in uniform always appreciated... the downside is the length. I have a hard time buying a short story - since I spend most of my time reading it would destroy my budget even more than my Audible addiction already does. Now if the books were released on Audible with multiples in the series? I would probably get that!
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- Sarah Turtle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-12-2014
  • Publisher: Melissa Schroeder