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Publisher's Summary

When Marianna Santino's roommate is killed, Detective Ethan O'Hara can't fathom the motive. Then he realizes the deaf teacher was the intended target.

Marianna must have something the murderer desperately wants. But what? Digging for the truth, the guarded cop tries to learn everything he can about Marianna. Her world. Her family. Her beauty, faith, and fierce independence.

In spite of himself, Ethan finds that he can't keep his feelings at bay. Soon he's willing to risk everything - including his heart - to lay the silent terror stalking Marianna to rest.

©2009 Lynette Eason (P)2017 Tantor

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Suspenseful & satisfying. Will definitely re-read.

It is definitely suspenseful, the characters stay in character with the disability and there is romance and faith lessons. It was a book I will definitely re-read, like Karen Ball's Family Honor series, numerous times.

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Corny!!

I love when I get the opportunity to read or listen to a book that is not full of language that would make a Sailor blush or should be rated X from the explicit content. Unfortunately this book was the total extreme of the opposite. The the heroine was unrealistically independent (like a man) and the hero was as thoughtful as a women. I was totally grateful that they didn't hop into bed when all this danger surrounded them but it would have been more realistic for him to attempt to cross that invisible line and for her make that line clear by saying no. Good Christian guys are not totally safe from desires of the flesh and should be forgiven and strengthen through Christ when they fall short.
The bad guys in this story were first bumblers and then idiots which makes it hard to believe that they would be capable of grand scale fraud for any length of time. I'm sorry to say that this book was disappointing and I only finished it because I want to support Christian writers. I'm praying that Lynette Eason will start to write from a more realistic Christian perspective instead of the idealistic Christian perspective.

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It’s practically monotone....

The story was predictable but ok. The main problem was the narration. It was practically monotone and the man sounded like he was a dead person talking. I usually like Lynette Easton’s books but this one was a dud. Don’t waste your time.

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Eason Excels as Usual

Lynette Eason's a wonderful author..always 5stars all the way! She remains consistent once again while many Christian Fic. authors have begun to compromise. Eason is 1 author I've never hesitated to buy her work. Many times I was asking myself "Now why didn't he.." But Eason once again produces a great story while tying up all & any loose strings.
The narrator wasn't the worst I've heard. But she lacks that punch listeners know they can count on in Eason's writing. With another narrator this book may remain in my collection of "Eason audios"..every audio to date. As is..well, I'll let you decide.

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Kind of boring

The story wasn’t bad, but the characters were a bit unbelievable, and at times the plot was rather dull. I’ve read another book by the same author, which was better.

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incoherent rambles

Incoherent rambles heavily induced with religious helplesness.
Very boring. I barely made it to the end.

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Edge of your seat

Lynette's writing is gripping and yet clean. She tells wonderful stories without language. This story explored the world of the deaf, which was an eye opener. Excellent narration as well.

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Less Romance

I am an avid reader of Lynette Eason! However, this book needed less romance and more of the mystery/action.

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good listening

2nd story is just as good as the first in the series! onto the 3rd, hoping it's just as ggod

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More romance less intrigue.

Heavy on romance and endless descriptions, I prefer heart pounding mystery and intrigue. found my mind wandering off missing the beginning of the intrigue. I do like the Christian emphasis on how God is in control and we are only vessels to be used as He chooses.

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