Book Reviews of Prime Time (Audio CD) (Unabridged)

Prime Time (Audio CD) (Unabridged)
Prime Time - Audio CD - Unabridged
Author: Joyce Bean (Narrator), Sandra Brown, Rachel Ryan
Audio Books swap for two (2) credits.
ISBN-13: 9781593559823
ISBN-10: 1593559828
Publication Date: 2005
Edition: Unabridged
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Brilliance Audio on CD Unabridged
Book Type: Audio CD
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TV Reporter Andrea Malone wanted to interview the elderly General Ratliff, if she could get past his watchdog son, Lyon Ratliff.

I really could not get into this book. I thought both main characters were unlikeable, especially the heroine. There are also many misunderstandings through out the book that could be cleared up if they just had a conversation.
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it was ok
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More than anything else, cable TV reporter Andrea Malone wanted a coveted network job. An interview with aging U.S. General Ratiff at his Texas ranch could get it for her especially if she uncovered the secret that drove him into seclusion. Andrea intended to get around his watchdog of a son, Lyon Ratiff, but her scheme was about to create a powerful conflict between the ruthless reporter she had become and the warm, caring woman she once was. Lyon Ratiff's unexpected, undeniable influence would soon alter Andrea's plans and pitch them both into a maelstrom of suspicion, betrayal...and love.
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good book
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I really enjoyed this book.
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I am not typically a Brown fan, but I did like this one.
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Classic romance. Sandra Brown is a winner.
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"More than anything else, cable TV reporter Andrea Malone wanted a network job. And it could be hers ...if she uncovered the secret that that drove... (General Ratiff)...into seclusion at his Texas ranch"
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More than anything else, cable TV reporter Andrea Malone wanted a coveted network job. An interview with aging U.S. General Ratiff at his Texas ranch could get it for her, especially if she uncovered the secret that drove him into seclusion. Andrea intended to get around his watchdog of a son, Lyon Ratiff, but her scheme was about to create a powerful conflict between the ruthless reporter she had become and the warm, caring woman she once was. Lyon Ratiff's unexpected, undeniable influence would soon alter Andrea's plans and pitch them both into a maelstrom of suspicion, betrayal...and love.
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Loved it!!
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Too much sex, too little plot. And who enjoys a romantic hero who is abusive?
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I have read Sandra Brown's mysterys but this was a romance.
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good book
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More than anything else, cable TV reporter Andrea Malone wanted a coveted network job. An interview with aging U.S. General Ratiff at his texas ranch could get it for her - especially if she uncovered the secret that drove him into seclusion. Andrea intended to get around his watchdog of a son, Lyon Ratiff, but her scheme was about to create a poerful conflict between the ruthless reporter she had become and the warm, caring woman she once was.
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No real story line.