Tempting Torment

Author(s): Jo Goodman
Genre: Romance
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (17.17 hours)
Product Number: Z1399
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449884994
Narrator/s: Jill Tanner
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Jo Goodman's best-selling novels of romance and adventure unite brave, beautiful women with their charismatic soul mates. Tempting Torment tells the breathtaking story of Jessa Winter and Noah McClellan. In 1787, desperate to leave England, Jessa marries the mortally wounded Noah expecting to become his widow and escape to America. But she hasn't counted on his will to survive-nor his desire to make her his wife in body as well as name.


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Tempting Torment
Product Number: BX00006338
Product Number:CL146
Product Number:Z1399

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Author(s): Jo Goodman
Narrator(s): Jill Tanner
Genre: Romance
Product Number CL146
Released: Aug 14, 2007
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781428168657

Professional reviews

"In 1787, Jessa Winter must escape from England to America with her infant, Gideon, and does so by marrying Noah McClellan while he is mortally wounded. When Noah recovers and learns he's married, the tension starts to sizzle as the couple grapple with their feelings of betrayal and attraction while aboard ship for the six-week journey to America. Jill Tanner brings forth the dissension and attraction between Noah and Jessa, all the while juggling plot and dialogue. As Jessa hides many truths and Noah strives to find her true self, Tanner keeps pace with aplomb. M.B.K. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"