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    In this compelling romance from New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts, Kate Stanislaski Kimball is turning a new leaf - can she find renewed passion in love, as well?

    Kate Stanislaski Kimball had turned her back on glamour and fame, and she'd come home to begin a new life. The only thing more perfect than the beautiful - dilapidated - building she'd bought for her new dance school was Brody O'Connell, the frustrating and surprisingly fascinating contractor she'd hired for the renovation.

    But Brody was determined to resist Kate's effortless allure. She was Natasha Stanislaski's pampered, perfect daughter, after all. Still, every fiber of his being longed to make her his....

    ©2001 Nora Roberts (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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    The Last of the Stanislaskis Saga

    It's a favourite book of mine. Having the story narrated is a treat. Although the narration is well done, there is a hard quality about the narrator's "regular"voice at the beginning of each three words of a sentence that I find somehow personally irritating. I have had to grow used to it and actively work to not react if I let myself notice it. Others may not notice it at all. I also find Tash's accent overdone, but I have reviewed that before. Will I listen to it again? Of course. Do I recommend it? Absolutely.