I remember reading this story in regular book form and it was absolutely wonderful. In audio it could have been better. The voice of Madeline was very babyish and why me kind of nasally to. it was very distracting I know Madeline is supposed to be a character who gets into scrapes without knowing it and should have an innocence about her butt The Voice was just too distracting. or perhaps The Way It Was Written Madeline was just too much of a oxymoron. One minute she's this naïve young woman taming this Warrior and the next minute she's bold and kissing the hero. it just threw me off.
I love this book! from the beginning to end I listened straight through! I wasn't a big fan of the narrator. she tended to draw out her last words like heeeeeeerrrrr. it was quite annoying. overall, it didn't detract from the book and was a great read! Definitely worth the credit!
I adore stories and love to live in the tales I read!
This story is like an old friend that tells you a story, that you've heard before, but you know you will enjoy listening to it; no matter how many times you've heard the tale.
Julie Garwood was among my favorite authors when I began reading historical romance over twenty years ago. I loved them.
I guess this book is a product of its time. Just know that if you are partial to patronizing hero's... this book is your cup of tea.
Slow start but definitely got moving. Excellent historical romance as always with Julie Garwood. She's first class and so is the narration.
I have read several Garwood books, and even though they are quite formulaic, there is just something comforting about them. They almost always live up to expectations. However, the performance of this novel quite ruined the experience for me. I think Anne Flosnik did the best job she could, but her voice was not well-suited for this book.