Yes! As an avid romance reader the story has everything, in my opinion, to make a book enjoyable. It keeps ones interest, and if possible I would like to have listened to it all at once, but it's too long.
There were many, and I don't want to give anything away, but toward the end when Simon's wife tries to save his life, the author and narrator conveyed the emotions well.
There were several.
It's one I will listen to again.
Live, love, laugh...
A beautiful story that is very romantic. I loved the ending (one of the few that has made me cry). It set the ground for the next book that I will begin immediately. The narrator was very good also.
This is the first in the series and i really enjoyed it. The narration is great and the characters wonderful. I read the second, then the third, however the third book is not available in audible format yet. Enjoy following this series, it's light, moving and i enjoy the history aspect of these stories. That alone intrigues me, how it was back then, very different!!
This was a goos story and not the same old, usual plot found in may books. The characters are fresh and fun. Good story.
First book was wonderful, funny and oh so romantic!!
The Foundry fire
I highly recommend it!
This is the first book I’ve read by Lisa Kleypas and I enjoyed it thoroughly. The chemistry between Simon and Annabelle was just the right amount of tension and electricity. It wasn’t overly sappy nor under developed. It was very nice. I fell in love with the way Simon felt for Annabelle and vice versa. Experiencing this type of love myself, with my husband of 11 ½ years, I truly could relate to how Annabelle felt when she went back in the foundry after the love of her life. I could totally see myself doing that.
I know there is a part 2 to the Wallflower series, but I just don’t know how I’m going to feel about the story focusing on other characters beside Annabelle and Simon. I’m already attached to them. But I definitely will be reading the next novel in the series because I did so enjoy this first novel. Good job Lisa Kleypas.
The narration by Rosalyn Landor completely benefited the story. I knew who was talking at every turn. Even her male voices were great. She did an awesome job.
The narrator made the women in this story sound like a bunch of Hysterical Harpies while the "heroine" was so darn shallow and self-centered she was just about unbearable. Her "genteel" family was near financial ruin (a relative was selling her body to help pay the bills), yet she and her mother were only interested in her marriage to a wealthy peer even though a dashing wealthy man of trade had been interested in her for years. She couldn't possibly love the butcher's son so she along with her other cold-blooded wallflower friends set about to trap a not-too-bright titled man into a compromised wedding. Nothing romantic here. The only warmth came at the very end, but by then I could care less.
I love Lisa Kleypas' work, and Rosalyn Landor is one of the great narrators. You will not be disappointed.
I have alway enjoyed being read to, but when found audible it was a dream come true, love listening to books
Wonderful listening, you will truly enjoy listening. The first out four books and you will enjoy them all
Patterned after Jane Austen, the wallflowers are endearingly desperate, and the men are gorgeously arrogant. The conversations are warm, silly, or dire, depending on the occasion. The book is full of characters that grow uniquely beyond type.