Angel Whittaker earned his scars the hard way, but the scars that can't be seen are the ones that haunt him the most. Since he moved to Fool's Gold, California, he's cobbled together a life for himself as a bodyguard trainer. If he's not exactly happy, at least his heart is safe.
Working with pro-football superstars taught tough-talking PR woman Taryn Crawford one thing - she can go toe-to-toe with any man. But then dark, dangerous former Special Ops Angel targets her for seduction…and challenges her to resist his tempting kisses.
Even in four-inch heels, Taryn never backs down. Unless, somehow, Angel can convince her that surrender might feel even better than victory.
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By Raemar3356 on 14-05-14
Another happy ending.
What made the experience of listening to When We Met the most enjoyable?
Tanya Eby brings the characters to life. I also listen to books while I work and audible makes it very easy for me to enjoy them . It makes all the difference to have a good narrator.
What was one of the most memorable moments of When We Met?
When Angel understood that it's possible to have love again while still honoring the family he lost.
Have you listened to any of Tanya Eby’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
All of the Fool's Gold books plus others. I like her narration. Some narrators just don't work for me, but she does. I never have any problem listening to her.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I usually manage to find humor in all the Fool's Gold books. I love how everyone will help to get each other through the rough spots.
Any additional comments?
This is one of the series that I always preorder when I know about them.
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By VanDelay on 18-05-15
No tension, all tell
I've read books by this author before and don't remember them being so lackluster. There is far, far too much tell versus show. Description after boring description, all told as matter of fact. A scene with a ladies lunch in which they all introduce their back stories (i .e. Previous books), was particularly stiff and marked the start of my waning interest. There is no tension between characters; from the start both characters have tacitly agreed to be together, their only hurdle mutual commitment phobia. The narrator enhanced the feeling of what I can only describe as a romance procedural. I just couldn't finish; after just half way through I decided to spend time with better books.
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