Outwardly, Noah Carter is riding high as the tech world's hottest new genius. Inside, he's still reeling from the abduction of his wife and baby daughter eight years ago, and then the devastating discovery of his child's body. For years, he kept up hope that his wife was alive, but now that she's been declared legally dead, he's thrown himself even more deeply into his work, cutting himself off from emotional ties because they just hurt too damn much.
Then he meets Kiki Porter, an eternal optimist with a killer work ethic and dreams of fronting a band. And everything changes. Even though he tries his damnedest to fight it....
Sexually, they are combustible together. But their true fire is emotional, though it is a slow to burn. But once it lights, it is all consuming. The relationship grows emotionally, the sex is hot, things are good.
But just when it's looking like they might have a real future together, the past comes back to haunt them. And Noah's going to have to decide what he's willing to give up for love....
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- Laura J Hall
Boring! Narration was awful.
I tried really hard to listen to this story. Couldn't get past the narration.
I found I was easily distracted by other things.
I wouldn't recommend this story to anyone but maybe the author to redo the story a bit and definitely select a different narrator.
- Lori Pfeifer
Yet another winner in my book. I love the stories J Kenner tells through her books!