She was off-limits. He didn’t care.
NFL quarterback Zolt Hamil was America’s heartthrob, until a career-ending injury changed his life. Years later, that injury still haunts him, and so does the hallucination of a young, sable-eyed, blonde beauty whom he conjured that painful day on the football field. After many one-night stands, only she hold his heart. His seraph. His angel.
On the first day at his new job at a law firm in Scottsdale, Arizona, Zolt comes face-to-face with his hallucination, Irelyn Wilkes. Their star-crossed connection and explosive passion for each other pulls them together, and this time, Zolt refuses to let her slip from his life.
But Irelyn has her own demons to fight, and her controlling boyfriend is one of them. He doesn't take kindly to other people playing with his toys, and he’ll stop at nothing to keep her by his side.
Can Irelyn and Zolt defy the odds and find a second chance at love? Or will the events set in motion years ago keep them apart forever?
The story continues in Being Zolt.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Better less whiney voice
What didn’t you like about Finn Sterling and Rayna Cole ’s performance?
Girls voice was too bratty/whiney
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Didn't get far in the book. Couldn't tolerate the female voice.
Any additional comments?
I should remember to preview! ARRG and u CAN NOT return the audio and get ur money back.!
Could not finish book due to female narrator - childish sounding voice.
Male narrator was fine.
it's a shame such a good storyline was completely ruined by DREADFULLY awful narrators! I just couldn't get past the female voice sounding completely wrong for the character and the male character voice was not much better ...