Trust Me

  • by Jayne Ann Krentz
  • Narrated by Richard Ferrone
  • 11 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Desdemona Wainwright tries to collect a much-needed payment for catering Sam Stark's canceled wedding reception, she encounters, not a heartbroken suitor, but the steel-willed head of a multimillion-dollar consulting firm with the cold brain of a computer - and the finely hewn body of a medieval knight. Sam sees a beautiful, theatrical hoyden with huge turquoise eyes who has the right professional catering skills he needs for his business. Opposites attract, and before long, he's sure he's found the perfect business wife. But Desdemona intends to break down the walls around his heart.
When someone tries to steal his top-secret computer program, suspisions center on the people Desdemona holds most dear. As sinister intrigues swirl around them all, this unlikely pair discover that their love and even their lives may depend on emotions and bonds that can't be measured - like unstoppable passion and unbreakable trust.
Filled with fabulous fun, tingling suspense, and a wonderful new love story, Trust Me is great entertainment.

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Terrible, Just Terrible...

Please note, this is the first book review I have written. I just had to write something because of my disappointment.



I bought this book because I thought it might be a good book. I was told the writer is similar to Nora Robert (not much, but similar), but goodness this book was terrible. It drags, one of the main characters is probably the worst example for a women.



Ahhhhh, I am so frustrated. I was so excited when I bought it. But alas no, it is so disappointing. I don't even know what to say.



This is the first Krentz book I have bought and I truly did not fall for it - with the characters or the storyline. Stark is too dry and unemotional, and Desdemona far too willing to overlook that fact or should I say she is just generally too willing.



Ugh. Such awkward writing. There was no heat, no wit, and no heart. Lots of telling, no showing. The whole dramatic Wainwright family and its supposed traits were so annoying. And if I am to be reminded of the Wainwright theatrical or familial ties, their ideals and idiosyncrasies one more time I was going to scream.



Ughhhhh, so frustrated.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 17-07-2012
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio