Prime Time – Audio CD Review

Prime Time

Book on CD by Sandra Brown

Read by Joyce Bean

5 disks, 6 hours

This is a romance. It was originally issued in print under a nom de plume.

First, the book is entertaining.   However, there is so much love me – hate you that you need a scorecard to see who is getting to first base and who is getting thrown out.

Andy Malone is an aggressive interviewer who wants to interview General Ratlliff who is the last living World War II 5-star general. Guarding the general is his son Lyon who trusts no woman after a disastrous marriage and divorce.  Along comes Andy who is a pushy interviewer who has written countless letters to the general which Lyon returns unopened. Andy decides to go in in person. She stops on the side of the highway near the general’s ranch, raises the hood and is picked up by a turnip truck (sorry, shrubbery truck) headed for the ranch. She gets dropped off by the kitchen door and sneaks into the house, meets the cook, and is ushered in to meet the general. The general loves her and agrees to be interviewed. Lyon shows up and goes “ape” and demands she leave on the next turnip truck. The general intervenes, the interviews go on, and the mistrust between Andy and Lyon boils.

The story is kind of fun. There is no historical content. There is a lot of romance and as I said it is entertaining.

Sandra Brown has written a number of suspense/mystery books which I now realize have a lot of romance in them too.

Paul McMahon

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