If you enjoy one sappy cliché after another, you'll get a kick out of this book. The narrator does a fine job, but the writing is amateurish and eye-rollingly poor.
How did this thing get printed, let alone narrated? Why was it not edited? I smell nepotism or bribery.
Two stars solely because the narrator did a good job.
Another reviewer said, "Just fast forward. You won't miss anything." I thought the book sounded like it could be a good story. I got half way through and really couldn't take any more. The narrator's voice is too mature, there is entirely too much sex happening at such a serious time making no sense. And the story seemed to drag on forever.
I liked this book but I wish that the audio did not have multiple long pauses though out, it was distracting. Over all it a good start to a new series and I would recommend it.
Loved the book in print but the Audible version was terrible. The narrator's voice was pleasant enough but was never more than a complete monotone. It's possible I've been spoiled by the awesome work of Susan Erickson, Dick Hill, Jim Dale and Susie Breck, but I had to stop listening.
Really outstanding performance of a great book. Loved the separate voices he gave so many characters, main and female. Especially great voice for the male lead character.
As always the narrator (one of my favorite) did a great job with the the different characters voices. This book had so much potential to be more of an intriguing spy novel but the romantic and sexual overtones over shadowed the story. I like romantic sex parts as much as the next person but when they drag out so long it should be marketed as a ROMANCE novel .