I'm not a huge fan of this author's contemporary works and this book shows the reasons why even though it is an abridged audiobook.
The heroine is slightly less paranoid than the hero. Maybe that's why they were attracted to each other, guessing at all the people who are after them or things they should be afraid of (even when they're surprised that they're not having panic attacks). The narration was okay, but I think Moira Kellyforgot to change her voice sometimes because she would use the same voice when several people were "speaking".
The problem (if it really is a problem) is that her audiobooks are usually really cheap and I can find them almost everywhere. So, hopefully this will be the last complaint of one of her contemporary books but I really doubt it.