When you live next door to the big bad wolf... After years in prison, North Callaghan is finally free. But the demons haunting him still make him feel like a caged beast. He loses himself in work and hard living, coming up for air only to bed any willing woman to cross his path. So when his new neighbor snares his interest, he decides to add another notch to his bedpost. The only problem? Faith Walters is a white picket fence kind of girl. Prepare to be devoured.Faith's new neighbor is the rudest man alive. He'd rather grunt at her than speak and he takes her "welcome-to-the-neighborhood" scones without a thank you. She knows she should run for the hills from the ex-con. If only he weren't so smoldering sexy.if only the sounds of him with other women didn't drift through their shared wall and fill her with longing.and if only he didn't look at her like they were a collision waiting to happen.
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by Sophie Jordan
by Barbara Dunlop
by Melissa McClone
by Kate Canterbary
by Shayla Black
by Jordan Marie
by Sophie Kinsella
"Narrator Christian Fox delivers another breathless installment of Sophie Jordan's Devil's Rock series. Sheriff's daughter Faith Walters loves her new house--but not her reclusive new neighbor, ex-convict North Callaghan. The noise from his sexual exploits penetrates her bedroom walls far too regularly. Fox dances around their back-and-forth courtship with satisfying familiarity. He throws tons of effervescent humor into Faith's inner monologues and uses a lower, flatter voice for North, appropriate for his prison PTSD. In North's most private moments with Faith, Fox adopts a sweet, gravelly edge that is sugar-shock ear candy. The sound of breathing and an overly fast pace detract slightly from Fox's versatile performance with memorable secondary voices, including North's "flavor-of-the-week" girlfriends. Nonetheless, add Christian Fox to your "always on audio" list. C.A. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine"
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