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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times bestselling romance author Nora Roberts comes a classic tale of passion and peril....

Maggie Fitzgerald had retreated from her fast-paced life, seeking solitude to heal her tattered heart. But if landscaper Cliff Delaney's rude manner and irresistible sexuality weren't disturbing enough, now an old murder shattered her peace entirely, imperiling her life and forcing her right into the protective arms of the most irritating man alive! Delaney's night moves were enough to make even the saddest woman smile... but were they also those of a killer?

©1985 Nora Roberts (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Romance

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Bland

I found this book extremely hard to listen to. The narration was very monotone . I felt like someone was reading a phone book or dictionary.
Also predictable. Very disappointed

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The story was just..'eh'...1

I am a Nora Roberts fan, but I struggled to make it through the entire book. The narrator was very, very flat. If you can get this book for 3.99 or less, I'd take it. Anything over that... don't waste your money!

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not a night tale book

this book didn't go with the other night tale books, it was a good story but I didn't like it

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Hard to listen to

Difficult to listen to. sex, body. sex. sex. body. monotone. Throw in the dementia. males sound like weasels

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Enough romance and suspense to make it interesting

Sometimes you just need a mindless, entertaining read that doesn't require any thought or soul-searching. This was a good Roberts classic with enough romance and enough suspense to make it interesting.

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The story was okay, far to wordy to describe basic sentences.

Narrator is pleasant but quoting copyright had more emotion than the actual story.

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Nora Roberts does it again

I’ve read a lot of Noras’ books and this is one of the better ones. There was one thing that bothered me throughout the book. How did a pampered Hollywood princess know how to strip floors, lay tile, and put up wallpaper?? Maggie herself said she’d.always had servants and had never done anything like it before. Makes no sense!

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Classic early Nora Roberts

I find it fascinating to read historical novels and have no problem with the time/era differences from today. Yet as I read/listen to this 1985 novel by Ms. Roberts I am flummoxed at how weird it seems. I realize I still am expecting a 2000+ Nora Roberts' novel. Too many differences to mention in writing and technology to note here. Still, I enjoyed the experience even though I sometimes felt cultural shock. I have determined never to listen to another of Ms. Roberts' novels with a female narrator other than Julia Whelan doing a male voice. Just too creepy for me to be caught up in the drama of the narration and then hear the hero (and other males) sound like 14- or 15-year-old teens trying to sound serious and romantic with a mature woman. Just ick. Many really good narrators out there who can do both male and female well for me to spend irritating time shaking my head at poor narration.

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well worth listening to!

loved it!! This is truly a romantic story about two people who fell in love.

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Nora Roberts really needed to bury this one!

It’s an old Silhouette from 1985, and the worst “romance” I’ve ever wasted money on! I can usually take anything and just go with it, but this was embarrassingly bad; undeveloped male “hero”, poorly written lead female, disappointing resolution.