She offered everything he never knew he needed.
Ivy Johnson is stunned when Lucas Baylor makes an appearance at her family's event in Seattle. She hasn't seen him in nine years and never expected to again. Avoiding him is a must. She can't let him uncover her secret, but Lucas won't be denied. When her deception is revealed, it throws his life into a tailspin and forces them to face the truth of their feelings for each other - feelings they've both tried in vain to forget.
©2014 Delaney Diamond (P)2016 Delaney Diamond
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I really liked his narration of this book. He did a really good job with the characters and drew me more into the story. I don't think I would have liked it as much if I had read it.
Just shock. There were a lot of revelations in this book. Also the flashbacks of the couple made me think awww. You could tell they had a real connection in the past.
I really liked the premise of this story. You can kind of just tell what Ivy's secret from the past is. I understood Lucas's stance on the whole thing and it took a while to see why Ivy did what she did and I think if she would have revealed that earlier this couple would have came together sooner. I understood Lucas's issues too. At first I was wondering why he was so cold to Ivy in the beginning but as his reasons began to emerge I could see his side. I was wondering how Ivy and Lucas would get over their past issues and I really liked the resolution to the conflict. I look forward to reading more from this author.
I absolutely love this book. More than I expected. Absolutely Amazing I kid you not!
I will give Delaney Diamond another try because I think it could have been a good book. It was drawn out. The narrator was the wrong choice for her book.
It seemed the story was drawn out. The characters never connect with the audience. You never care what happens to the characters and certainly uninterested in their actions and responses.
Cary Hite or Alan Ryder
maybe if there was a different narrator
i would like to try another Delaney Diamond Audio Book with a different narrator.
"Narrator is horrible "
The narrator sounded like a robot who is out of breath. It was hard to listen and vet through it.
Nothing special, but a good listen. It would have been better if narrated by R.C Bray.
"I couldn't put the book down!"
A wonderful romantic read. I listened to entire story in two days. A better narrator is definitely desired
"Great story! "
I'm on the fence about the narrator, but I still enjoyed the story. Lucas still deserves to be punched in the eye for that foolishness he pulled.
"I'm hooked! "
The flow of story and the way it was narrated is so interesting that I didn't pause until I finished it. It's a great story, a realistic one. It has enough drama, enough sex scenes and sexy characters.
This is a great storyline with a lot of feeling. You can feel the love and desire between the characters.
"A slow start but a good listen"
Michael Pauley is a great narrator. He really brings the story to life. The author does a pretty good job developing the characters, and it made me look forward to the other books in the series. Not as romantic as some of her other books.
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