Is it possible to overcome a lifetime of barriers and finally take a chance on love?
Jamie Callahan handles her job as an investment analyst, her distant relationship with her niece, and her romantic liaisons with a cool head and unaffected heart. Until she meets Kate Brown, a woman who threatens to push aside Jamie's protective defenses and uncover the emotions hiding underneath.
Kate has a mask for every occasion. She wears them to please her parents, to move ahead in her career, to fit in the right social circles. She meets with Jamie because she needs funding for an Olympic-caliber horse, but instead she finds someone who sees beyond the image Kate projects and brings out her true desires.
From the boardroom to the show ring in Portland, Oregon, Jamie and Kate routinely face uncertainty and challenge in their careers, but never in romance. As their growing attraction threatens to expose vulnerabilities both try to hide, they must decide if the stakes are too high or if love is worth the risk.
©2012 Karis Walsh (P)2016 Bold Strokes Books Inc
Good story, even though it was a bit shorter than those I nor ally download. Not so keen on the narrator. A bit "dramatic"
I liked the story. It was well developed, neither too fast or too slow.
The narrator was fine.
"nice story, reader only slightly distracting"
the story is fun. the characters are well defined. its a decent short book, i was actually left wanting more story. i wanted them to continue on and resolge some of the greater battles that lay in their future together. the reading was good. i think once the reader has more practice making the sentences flow it will not sound so much like she is reading an essay. it got less distracting as the story progressed.
"Worth The Risk "
I dont know why I enjoyed the book better than the audio book. The reading was mellow and there wasn't any change between men's voices and women's. However overall I would say it was a good story and a believable one!
"I love the story but..."
not trying to be mean the narrator's voice was a little too idk.... breathy. it was great just different
"Good story, decent narration"
When I listen to an audible book narration is part of the total experience. it's difficult to be from the place a book is set in and have places mispronounced. It's weird to have a southern accent spoken about several times and yet it never appears. But generally well handled
The book is fun as it covers new ground beyond cops and medical personnel. I liked the characters. They came with rich personalities and interesting pasts.
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