Slow Heat in Heaven Author:Sandra Brown The adopted daughter of the most powerful man in town, Schyler Crandall had left Heaven, Louisiana, a broken-hearted girl. Now a crisis brings her home to a family in conflict, a logging empire on the brink of disaster, and secrets that make Heaven hotter than hell.
I was so looking forward to hearing this audio book. I am not a fan of Dick Hill because his voice can be annoying. I definately didn't like the accent and voice of Schyler Crandall. Halfway through the first disk and I have given up. The voices are just to annoying for me to listen to 13 disks and 15 hours. I've "read" at least 200 audio books and I've never stopped one until now. Very, very disappointed. I wish there were another version with different readers.
Schyler Crandall returns to Heaven, Louisiana when her father has a heart attack to discover the family business in ruins. Schyler is strong, likable character and I enjoyed the love story. However, I thought that were a few too many subplots going on at once that detracted from the story.
My FAVORITE Sandra Brown book. I've read and re-read this book a few times. Ohhhhh, I just love that Cash Boudreaux! Yes, he is the typical romance "hero" of the mid/late '80's, but I can't help it, I just love him! ;-) I feel that all of the characters in this book are strong(whether good ones or bad ones) and they definitely add to the story. For me this is one of Sandra Brown's most entertaining books! Hope you enjoy it too! happy reading!
From back cover:
The adopted daughter of the most powerful man in town, Schyler Crandall left Heaven, Louisiana, a brokenhearted girl. Now a crisis has brought her home to a family in conflict, a logging empire on the brink of disaster, and seething secrets that make Heaven hotter than hell. Still there are her beautiful younger sister, Tricia, with her cruel lies...Ken, Tricia's handsome husband, who married the wrong sister...Jigger, the pimp and ruffian with plans of his own...and Cash, proud, mysterious, and complex. It is dangerous for Schyler to even be near him, yet she must dare to confront the past-if there is to be any peace in Heaven.