Chicago Stars, Book 7
By: Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Narrated by: Anna Fields
Length: 12H and 1M
Dean Robillard is the Chicago Stars' hotshot quarterback. Not only does he have lightening reflexes on the field, he is also utterly gorgeous. First introduced in the critically acclaimed Match Me If You Can, Dean is trying to recover (both mentally and physically) from a shoulder injury by taking a road trip. Along the way, he meets Blue, a beautiful woman down on her luck, and as they spend more time together their attraction grows. Blue has had a string of bad relationships and doesn't want to trust Dean right away. But they wind up living together, along with Dean's troubled half-sister, and learn that families and luck work in mysterious ways.This is a hilarious new novel by New York Times best-selling author Susan Elizabeth Phillips.
©2007 Susan Elizabeth Phillips; (P)2007 HarperCollins Publishers
This is Susan Elizabeth Phillips at her best!!! I can’t say enough about this audio book, the book itself is fantastic, Anna Field was terrific, I was very sad to find out this was to be Anna’s last book.
What a great introduction this would be if you are new to the contemporary romance genre, this book will entertain you from beginning to end.
IF you read the book and like to revisit, I highly recommend this audio book.
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By M (Marianna, FL, USA) Sep 27, 2008
Although I read one or two of the Chicago Stars series I have really enjoyed the rest of the series on Audible and am glad I have them to go back to listen to when I want a fun, easy listen. The characters are flawed and have issues and that makes them more realistic. As in all of SEP books, there is fun and snappy dialog and good sexual chemistry. The sex scenes are steamy and fun without being unnecessarily graphic like a lot of authors are doing today. As I have noted with some other SEP books, there is a primary couple, but also a love story for a secondary couple. I think Anna Fields does a GREAT job narrating and changing voices. She even does a fine job singing a little in this one!
By Victoria (Melbourne, FL, USA) Mar 9, 2008
Another great story by a talented author - and read perfectly! I usually prefer to read silently a book by an author I love. Readings don't allow the same suspension of disbelief and make it harder for me to 'lose myself' in the story. This reader however was so good that I forgot it was being read aloud and got totally involved in the book. I will look for books read by this reader!
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