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Concrete Evidence

By: Rachel Grant
Narrated by: Nicol Zanzarella,Greg Tremblay
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Publisher's Summary

She wants revenge. He wants her.

Blackballed from underwater archaeology after accusations of artifact trafficking, Erica Kesling has a new job and a new life on the other side of the country and is working to clear her name. She's closing in on her goal when she's distracted by a sexy, charismatic intern who makes her want something other than revenge. But Lee Scott is no intern. He's looking for the lead conspirator in an international artifact smuggling scheme, and Erica is his prime suspect. He'll do whatever it takes to win her trust and get her to reveal her secrets, even seduce her.

©2013 Rachel Grant (P)2021 Rachel Grant

Critic Reviews

"A first rate romantic suspense debut that combines pulse pounding action with...pulse pounding romance!" (Manda Collins, author of the Studies in Scandal series)

"Full of secrets, deadly intrigue and steamy romance. A must read." (Elisabeth Naughton, New York Times best-selling author)

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good but older

I bought this immediately as I love Rachel grant and didn't realize it was an old book of hers until I got into it. but the story is interesting and the performance is great! it's a little long but overall if you love Rachel grant it's worth a listen.

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Ten thrillling, edge-of-the-seat stars!

This was such a riveting audiobook--the perfect escapist treat! Concrete Evidence is an absolute thrill ride in which a blackballed underwater archaeologist becomes a prime suspect in a case involving stolen artifacts. She must race to clear her and catch the real culprit. Chock full of great characters and jaw-dropping plot twists—I couldn’t stop listening!!

I especially loved the chemistry between Erica and Lee, and the narrators really bring this to life. Their banter had me grinning through each and every chapter.

I also loved the way the author wove so much fascinating history into the story, and gave us enough information about archeology to understand the plot. I found it just so enjoyable all the way through!!

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The perfect listen!

An incredible debut. A perfect blend of romance and suspense with a shocking twist. I couldn’t stop listening and really enjoyed the story.

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Fast-Paced, Chaotic, and Great

Rachel Grant is a goddess when it comes to romantic suspense stories. I always seem to enjoy her reads. This one is an older story and shows that she's always been good, but she's even better now.

I loved the main characters here. Erica is whip-smart, great at her job, and weighed down with the ghosts of the past. Lee is so much brighter than he acts at first, loyal, and wonderfully complex. Together their chemistry has the atomic weight of plutonium, making them the poster children for sexual tension. But as much fun as that is, both Lee and Erica are so much more than raging hormones. They are each driven to find the smugglers of stolen antiquities and feel it's their duty. Unfortunately, due to the circumstances, neither is prone to trust the other, therefore communication is just not happening. *shrug* That's what happens when you set up a web of lies.

While I found this to be a fun and exciting read, I did feel at one point that both Lee and Erica should have come clean about their histories and their agendas. Their entire relationship was based on lies predicated by the necessity for secrecy. Understood. But I felt like they missed their moment to open up and admit who they were when it would have done the least amount of damage. But as the story continued, it all made sense... okay, it made as much sense as anything does in a romantic thriller. Consider the genre. Readers aren't really in it for the believability factor.

So. If you're a fan of romantic thrillers and enjoy a story with strong sexual tension, this is a great read with lots of nice plot twists. You'll see some coming. But you won't see them all. If you're already a Rachel Grant fan, you'll be able to see the growth this author shows over the years. It gives a good perspective to her newer works.

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Although this is a good story with lots of interesting details, wh8ch is well written and documented, twists. it suffers from too much and too many. Too many plot twists and turns , too many stupid assertions and actions of female protagonists, too many lapses of common sense of the male protagonist and in general too much and many of the repetetive reasons too extendtge story. Write less, and it will read better.

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  • 12-02-22

Made it to Chapter 5

Good narration of a tale of tiresome sexual innuendo in the workplace: 2013 style "flirting" ?. Sadly dated attitudes and actions by the supposed good guy ensured I only made it to Chapter 5. It is not amusing or enjoyable to be subjected to continual "suggestions" and innuedo, not pleasant to listen to it, and am so glad this behaviour is no longer tolerated.

Did not find this book amusing or enjoyable, just tiresome. Made me very uncomfortable and a reminder of all the unrelenting years I was subjected to it.

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  • 10-31-21

Good book

This was an intriguing and complex story. The plot was amazing but the only observation I have is that the minutiae of all the archeological terminology was lost on me at the beginning. I must say tho by the time I got to the end of the book tho I was intrigued by a subject I knew nothing about. That said I found this story was very compelling and I’m really excited to read more books from this author. Her writing style and knowledge is impressive and made an already intriguing book even more so which is difficult as in this day and age there are lots of romantic suspense authors out there. She’s fast becoming a favourite of mine already. The narration was awesome too