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Summary

When Skye Dunbar rents a small cabin in Washington State's San Juan Islands, the last thing she expects is to be accused of computer hacking. 

When marine biologist Jeddediah Walker discovers the fish contain a high concentration of chemicals, he suspects they are being deliberately dumped in Puget Sound. And he has another problem - an unexpected, beautiful, and suspicious new tenant renting his cabin. Later, when someone hacks into his computer, he realizes it is no coincidence and sets out to find out more about his mysterious tenant. 

However, Skye doesn't like Walker from the moment she lays eyes on him. He feels the same way. But that's about to change.

©2009 Jeanette Woodall (P)2018 Jeanette Woodall

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Crime and Romance

As romances go, this was absolutely fine. We have the usual mix of attraction, misunderstanding, mistrust, and conclusion. I'm not really sure I liked the main characters, though.
Walker was a jerk, and Skye was too naive for the successful business woman she was meant to be.
The mystery that made her so vulnerable didn't rub with me, imo, there was absolutely no reason this could have been used to blackmail her.
The narration was fine, though, and the story wasn't boring at all, so I had no trouble finishing it.

I don't feel this novel compares to the other two novels I've read by this author, though.
I can't really say why that is, maybe because I am older now?
Anyway, I still enjoyed the book.

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thank you for this free book.

throughly enjoyed listening to this book. i would recommend this book. both author and narrator have done a marvellous job of creating this story and bringing it to life xx

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enjoyable

Although I like this writer, I did not enjoy this book as much as previous ones. I was disappointed that I didn't like any of the characters, and found parts of the story line a bit unbelievable. The narration was good, no complaints there.

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Mystery Adventure Romance

I loved this book a usual romance but full of misunderstandings and a mystery to solve. Narration was very good

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Three weeks last spring

The narrator Virginia Ferguson is very good.

A entertaining, romantic, with mystery found in this book. I enjoyed these interesting characters.

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Lovely

I’ve really enjoyed this book, Walker is what most women want I believe, and I know I wouldn’t say no! Lol
The story is well written and and quite exciting with the pollution twist...
I would recommend this book to mystery and romance enthusiasts.

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Fabulous

Love this audio book from start to finish narrater was very good well written can’t wait to hear more books by Victoria Howard

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Romantic mystery

This story was a romantic mystery. It involved the co-owner of a software company who travels to the U.S. West coast and meets with an investigator. There is tension between them until a trust can be established and they end up helping resolve an environmental problem.

The story was suspenseful and there was a romantic attachment also introduced. The narration was also great.

This book was provided free of charge with expectation of an honest review.

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Three weeks

All Skye wants is to be left alone.She does not want to meet a man or get entangled in any local fish issues.Great book! Narration by Virginia Ferguson was well done.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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  • Anita
  • 19-04-21

Can't go wrong!

Such an amazing story with an amazing narrator to boot. I always think accents are a hard thing to nail, but Virginia's narration made it seem so easy!

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  • BlueEyes
  • 15-04-21

An entertaining mystery

I enjoyed listening to this audiobook, the narration was excellent with an English accent for the main character sky. Walker was a gruff intelligent man and they made an interesting and likable couple.
The story seemed to drag on at times, but I still kept listening hoping these two characters would find their happiness.
I am a fan of this author's work and I have listened to a couple of her other audiobooks and enjoyed them as well.

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  • Aaron P. Lazar
  • 05-12-20

A delightful romantic suspense listen!

Three Weeks Last Spring is a beautifully written romantic suspense novel set in the San Juan Islands of Washington State. I’ve loved Ms. Howard’s book since I discovered them several years ago and was thrilled to start this audiobook.

The author paints an engaging and vivid portrait of the landscape around the islands in chilly April. She also sets up her two main characters with delightful animosity – replete with plenty of sexual tension.

I loved listening to the book, not only because of the intriguing and suspenseful storyline, but because the narrator is outstanding. Virginia Ferguson can portray a woman with a British accent and a man with an American accent with equal ease. The voices are distinct and sound genuine. I’m pretty choosy when it comes to narrators, but this one is top notch!

Skye Dunbar, the female lead, is a complex and fascinating creature. Her relationship with marine biologist Jeddediah Walker makes the story quiver with excitement and anticipation. When a major misunderstanding comes between the two, it’s painful as you wait and watch for them to finally understand each other and fall into each other’s arms! That’s the sign of a great author who knows how to tease out a plot and build dynamic characters.

Thank you, Ms. Howard and Ms. Ferguson, for a superb listen!

Highly recommended by USA Today Bestselling Author, Aaron Paul Lazar.

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  • B.McGrath
  • 21-11-20

Skye chose wrong

I found it odd that Jed was referred to by his last name (never first name) all the time, but Skye was called by her first name always. Very irritating. I didn't care for Jed's overly aggressiveness and abuse to Skye. She should have gone to the police about his kidnapping. He was out of control. Jed had an overinflated ego-very unattractive and beyond arrogant. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator wasn't consistent with her accent of Skye. Sometimes she was british voiced and others she was American. Smh. Skye seems to gravitate toward abuse men according to her past so Jed fits her pattern.

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  • Deborah Pernot
  • 06-10-20

Great Storytelling

I loved this audio book, and I like Victoria Howard's writing and story telling. This is an easy listening story, not complex and convoluted. For me, the story line was easy to follow, I used to live in Seattle and could picture all the places in the book. I received this audio book free for an honest review.

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  • patricia sterlin
  • 10-06-20

interesting story

the author and narrator did a good job onthe story line. finding true love in the end

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  • Milica
  • 10-09-19

Romantic mystery

Skye is computer programmer that goes to the San Duan Islands to escape her past relationship. She meets marine biologist Walker who is investigating the toxic chemicals poisoning the sea life in the ocean. His computer gets hacked and he suspects Skye, but she is just as unwilling to like him as he is of her, although the dislike quickly turns into something else.

The story was well paced. The characters were interestingly described and develop nicely throughout. The other supporting character added well to the story with some emotional moments welcome in the story.The book felt to be more of a romance than a mystery but was curlte nonetheless.

Overall, the book had a good mix of romance, passion, emotional moments, and a little mystery. I enjoyed the story. The narrator was not bad, but could have had more tonality in the performance.

Note: This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this objective review voluntarily.

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  • vanita Thornton
  • 27-07-19

this book was given to me at my request for review

this was a interesting book. I enjoyed listening to it and was pleased that the guys that were dumping the waste was caught and everything worked out for the best

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  • Catrina P
  • 24-07-19

Three Weeks Last Spring

A broken heart has left Skye unable to trust. When she’s finally able to start to open herself up to live again will history repeat itself?

Victoria Howard has written a fantastic story that really captured my heart.

Virginia Ferguson’s narration was very well done. A truly enjoyable listen.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Believer50
  • 22-07-19

Good

I got this story via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. This complicated love story is twisted around a couple who distrust each other before discovering what it takes to make a love that will last. The H discovers something terrible happening and believes the h is involved. This leads to several awkward encounters. Love wins in the end. The narrator was good for the story and after the story had a slow start moved it along quite nicely.