Written By: Sandra Brown

Narrated By: Karen Ziemba

Date: May 2003

Duration: 5 hours 0 minutes


On the surface, Jordan Hadlock has it all. A great job managing the English newsstand in the old quarter of Lucerne, Switzerland. Rich and renowned Swiss industrialist Helmut Eckherdt is intent on marrying her, even though she hasn't said yes. What more could she ask for? A clap of thunder and a pounding on her door soon give her an answer.
Reeves Grant appears seeking shelter from a sudden downpour, but the real storm is inside Jordan and the passion they share that night. The next morning he disappears without a trace.
Still reeling from the encounter, Jordan plays hostess at Helmut's lavish dinner party, where Helmut announces that he and Jordan are to be wed -- at the very same moment she spies Reeves Grant snapping pictures of the event and her new 'fiancé.'
Now Jordan is moving toward the altar with a man she likes but doesn't love. And working on a feature of the wealthy Helmut -- often only inches away from her -- is photojournalist Reeves Grant, bringing with him all the memories of the emotions she felt one special night.
Not Even For Love captures the wild fluctuations between doubt and desire in complex relationships while offering the engrossing tale of a woman who must learn to trust her instincts to discover exactly who she is and what she wants.


  • Anonymous

    Disappointing book. This is the first Sandra Brown book I've read. I hope her other books are more interesting.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

  • Anonymous

    I chose this book from someone's recommended books list - maybe I made a mistake! I have read other books by Sandra Brown and liked them, so expected this one to be good. It was not. From the very beginning, the plot was entirely implausible, the characters unrealistic to the point of being unbelievable, and the story line simply "sappy." This turned out to be an amateurish romance novel.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Anonymous

    A good and easy listen. The plot is no mystery, but the characters are likeable.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • JB

    This book was bad from the start. Poorly written with characters that made it impossible to suspend disbelief. I wanted to like it (stuck in the car on a long ride), but I couldn't get past the first CD. A zero star book.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Anonymous

    Not worth the rental, sending back before I finished it

  • Kathy Jernigan

    Another good mystery by Sandra Brown. I do love the ones that are located in froeign cliimes.

  • Charity Moore

    This was a great romance novel. I love the stories of two people who want to be together but have to contain themselves for whatever reason. It breaks your heart but keeps you wanting to know what the end will be. It was great.

  • Anonymous

    Not what I anticipated from Sandra Brown. This was trite, silly and not up to par. I expected something much more. I would leave it low on the list. Sorry! Try her others as she is a great author.

  • Anonymous

    Typically, I thoroughly enjoy Sandra Brown. But this novel was somewhat difficult to swallow. Several times while listening I felt the strong urge to SHAKE the main character - just for being so excruciatingly simple!

  • Anonymous

    This was an ok book. Was not what I expected from Sandra Brown.

  • Van

    Whoa! This one was, unfortunately, very hard to stomach. The main character, Jordan, her lack of a backbone will have you rolling your eyes through the entire story. You'll want to shake her. She doesn't just come out and say what she wants to say...like us "regular people" would do. Instead she lets things escalate and drag on and on...and on...and on... like they do in the really bad soap operas (the really bad ones) until you wish you could put her out of "your" misery. Some of the things that Reeves Grant says to her...any other woman would have told him where he could put his camera. And she's so annoying you don't see why any man would want her in the first place...unless they are just looking for punishment. Despite being a Sandra Brown fan, I'd have to adamantly say...SKIP THIS ONE...trust me. P.S. The narrator is great (same one who does Words of Silk and A Kiss Remembered, if my memory serves me correctly).

  • Daparoye

    This book was very predictable. The main character was so wishy washy as to be unlikeable. I normally love Sandra Brown but wish I had skipped this one!

  • Anonymous

    Romantic scenes too descriptive and too many through out the book. The book was more about them than the main story line

  • Anonymous

    This would have made a great novel for drama, but not for love. Sandra Brown should stick to what she does best...romance novels.

  • Cyndy W

    I enjoyed the story. Every girls fantasy. This is a spicy romance. Detailed sexual encounters. Reminded me of a Harlequin book. There is not much doubt as to how it will end.

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