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Summary

Coworkers Nathan Crenshaw and Janice Livingston once had a passionate relationship that went up in flames and created a strained environment at their place of employment. Since then Janice has tried to move on. Unfortunately, they have to work together, and unfortunately, she’s still very attracted to Nathan.  

Nathan can’t forget his connection with Janice — a connection he hasn’t experienced with any other woman. After an earth-shattering kiss rekindles their flame, will these two finally get it right — or will an outside force get in the way? 

Listen to the other books in the series! 

Soul's Desire by Sharon C. Cooper 

Everlasting Desire by Stephanie Nicole Norris

©2019 Delaney Diamond (P)2021 Delaney Diamond

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  • Tunicha Briggs-Allen
  • 16-11-21

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The narration of this was pretty bad. If it wasn’t for trying to finish the series, I wouldn’t have continued to listen. Out of the trilogy, book 2 Everlasting Desire by Stephanie Nicole Norris, was the best. It was the best storyline and it was the best narration with Wesleigh Siobhan.

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  • Butterbean
  • 11-10-21

Delaney Diamond wrote this?

The author really phoned it in with this one. The writing seemed amateur with its redundant sentences, and it didn't help that it was read by a narrator who really wasn't the right fit for this story. I enjoyed Nathan and his little brother, Abram's, small interactions more than Nathan and Janice's wishy washy journey to their HEA. Then you have this sloppy climax that made me mad enough to leave a review. It made no sense for a woman who is rational enough to decline Nathan's marriage proposal and leave him because he loves someone else, but then turns psycho and suddenly cares about his relationship with Janice. Diamond has done much better than this and reminds us so with the appearance of Tomas Molina from her book "The Wrong Man" and mentioning Ryan Stewart from "Blind Date".