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Publisher's Summary

Inheritance? Check. Solo trip before getting married? Check. Dangerous hot guy she shouldn't get involved with in a thousand years? Oh, honey, that's a check. From author Normandie Fischer comes a new romantic suspense that takes the listener from the hills of Italy to the Jordanian desert and from there to an Israel on the brink of war with Hamas.
Rina Lynne has never traveled far from Morehead City, North Carolina. So when she inherits her father's secret stash, she's ready to kick up her heels and go adventuring before she settles down to marry her long-time fiancé. First stop, Italy.
Enter Tony (aka Anton), an engineering geek conned into helping his Israeli cousins as a sort-of spy. From the moment he meets Rina, he's distracted, which is not a good idea when there's already been murder and theft. And from the moment Rina meets Tony, she's fascinated, which is also not a good idea. He's an Arab-American, and she's half-Jewish. And engaged. And then there are all those bodies dropping around them, each linked to the gathering storm in the Middle East.
©2015 Normandie Fischer (P)2016 Normandie Fischer
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5 out of 5 stars
By BookLover on 03-02-18

Kept me on My Toes

Where does Two from Isaac's House rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I loved the way Normandie did it again....keeping the reader in suspense and hoping for the best! A nail biter, where you are hoping Rina and Tony end up together.

What did you like best about this story?

I LOVED Acies's spunk and giving a new light of hope to Rina. This was just what Rina needed....someone to be on her side, with no judgments (esp. after dealing with Jason).

Which scene was your favorite?

There were so many wonderful turns and twist, but I think my favorite was at the airport, where Tony is picking up Rina and that Tony is actually an acquaintance of her uncle (such a small world)

Any additional comments?

I loved once the narrator got into the story telling, it was almost like you could envision everything happening in front of you.

The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Sara on 01-22-18

Give it a chance, the story and narration is good

I was really surprised with Two for Isaac’s House! It was a fun, fast-paced book that kept me fully engulfed into the world! This was my first book by Normandie Fischer, I haven’t researched this author so I’m unsure of how many books this author has written previously or if this is a debut… but holy beans man! The description is amazing. Seriously some of the BEST visual words I have ever listened to. Fischer makes it so you feel like you are in the story, completely immersed.

I think my favorite part of this book was how real it seemed. I mean, the Middle Eastern issues and terrorist plot was really timely. The real world issues made it so relatable. It also made it seem so much more suspenseful. The romance added in with it brought it up another layer. It was really fun to have a setting start in a North Carolina town to travel all across the country… Fischer takes us to Italy, Jordan, Paris, and Israel. The descriptions and imagery was fantastic. My only problem with the book was it was a lot going on. I kind of wish we dropped a problem or two. Sorry, I know I’m vague here but no spoilers here!

This is also the first book I’ve listened to by Brandon Potter. I thought Potter was a great narrator. His accents and the inflections made this narration. The narrator takes a bit to get into it but once Potter gets into his stride, he knocks it out of the park. Give it a chance. The story and narration is so good!

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