The sultry escapades of her unforgettable Miami twosome have made Barbara Parker a best-selling author again and again. This edgy tale of romance, politics, and secrets is her best yet. The action is hotter than ever, as attorneys Gail Conner and Cuban-born Anthony Quintana rise to the challenge when shadows from the past threaten their plan to marry. The Miami Opera comes under fire for hiring a baritone with a possible connection to communist Cuba. As the Opera's attorney, Gail investigates, only to learn that her fiancE Anthony has some dangerous secrets of his own. Tension mounts as Gail ventures into Miami's Cuban exile community to find the truth about Anthony's past. Barbara Parker's experience as a Dade County prosecutor imbues her well-crafted legal thrillers with a sense of authenticity. A sprinkling of Cuban Spanish phrases adds atmosphere and spice. With Rosenblat's dramatic delivery highlighting the intrigue and passion, you are guaranteed an electrifying listening experience.
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"Gail Conner's activities as attorney for the Miami Opera quickly become entwined with her personal life when the Cuban community protests the performance of a baritone who performed in Cuba two years earlier. While attempting to get at the truth, Gail makes some surprising discoveries about her fiance, attorney Anthony Quintana, and before the story ends both get caught up in a tangled web of murder, intrigue and politics. Rosenblat gives a multilingual performance, speaking in excellent Spanish when needed and getting all the accents right. She's also called upon to sing bits of arias and manages to accomplish this in yet another foreign language (Italian) while actually carrying the tunes. Drama is heightened by Rosenblat's tempo--she savors the narrative, pausing at particular places for emphasis. Some audible swallowing and breathing are evident but not enough to spoil the listening experience. S.S.R. (c) AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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