To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
This was one fantastic read! Why? First off the narrator was wonderful. Done very well.
The heroine in this story, Olivia was true to form. Strong, determined and fearless, she went to the wall and back. Rico, a strong alpha male, respected her and they worked well together. I'm sure at times he was afraid for her because she was so determined to get the guys who had killed her brother. The story had lot of action, and adventure. I truly enjoyed it and will listen to it again.
I didn't want the story to end. I laughed, cheered and just plain couldn't stop listening. This is a wonderful story set in the bayous of Louisiana. The charm of the plain folks, and the Boston attorney who, was accepted and coerced by everyone to remain there won me over swiftly.
The story was riveting and you couldn't help cheering for the good guys to win. Michelle and Theo are very likable as a couple and you can't help but think they were intended for each other.
Give this one a try you will enjoy it as I did.
About the narrator, she did a fantastic job. It is very hard to emulate a southern, cajun accent. I grew up in New Orleans and trust me when I say it is hard to speak the way they do unless you are born there. So my hat is off to you MS.Taister you did a credible job switching between a Bostonian accent to a Cajun dialect, even throwing in a twang of Mississipian.
This story switches back n forth between the past (dead) owners of the house and the new Yankee owner. I was hooked from the beginning with the back story, it is so interesting how the snooty elite got away with murder, and the lies they told were never questioned, simply because of who they were. Enter the Bostonian, who has given up his lucrative law practice to buy a decrepit plantation and begins to restore it to its former glory. The evil presents its immediately, however our Yankee isn't too easily scared off, besides he has the lovely Angelina Simone to keep him centered.
This story is classic Nora, and kept me interested. Will it win a Pulitzer? NAW!! But for pure entertainment it was great.
It was worth a credit for me.
Now for the Narrators, they were fantastic. I enjoyed their performance and will listen to them again. Well done.