The story was fun!! The narrator was fabulous!!!
The plot was really good, and I didn't want to stop hearing it. She just continued to get into trouble, kind of like when you have options she seemed to pick the worst ones,
I have listened to her performances, and she is good, even when she is thinking she makes you think you are actually hearing her thoughts, and I loved her interpretation of fig and the baroness so good
I don't know, I am not good at that.
I just think the narrator really makes this book and boy is she good
Not your typical Grandma
The story is light, fun, but contain a sense of mystery, which it should since all the books in this series are murder mysteries.
I like that Georgiana thinks of herself as an average person despite her royal blood. The characters are fun and enjoyable. I also like that the relationship between Georgie and Darcy is progressing.
She brings the characters to life! Also, pronouncing some of the names and British slang, especially the cockney slang, is helpful.
There is always something in the Royal Spyness books that makes me laugh out loud.
These stories encompass a part of British history where my knowledge is lacking. It's inspired in me a need to research the royal family and learn more about this time period.
Yes, So funny and smart!
When Georgy almost gets caught.
Georgy and Darcy!
Her Royal Clumsiness!
I love all of the regular characters because you fell like you have met them.
The first book was fresh and funny (if still a bit of a fluff read). This one is not as good. The story is thin, almost nonexistent at first and doesn't pick up until the end. About the ending though (No spoiler) - It's not a bad ending but to say that it's rushed is an understatement. Characters are still enjoyable to listen to thanks to Kellgren's excellent performance. If not for Kellgren I'd say, give this one a miss.
Yes, I think I will listen to it again because I enjoyed the story so much.
Georgie is my favorite character, spunky little aristocrat that she is.
Belinda, Georgie's best friend. She has kind of a Tallulah Bankhead slinkiness about her.
My favorite moment in the book was when George and her friend Gussie went for an after-dinner walk in a garden. I laughed out loud and it crosses my mind from time to time, making me smile throughout the day.
Rhys Bowen's writing and Katherine Kellgren's reading compliment each other perfectly to produce a fun escapist story.
A great read
Agatha Christie's Tuppance series. A smart witty headstrong but naive woman paired with a solid level headed male solves seemingly unsolvable crimes...what else can I say
Yes. I love her voice, her smooth cadence and the changes she does for the other characters is brilliant
When her clumsiness came on in front of the queen
Not much of a reader but love to listen
I love the series so far
The stories are great and I look forward to the next book
Always love the scenes with Darcy
It catches me off guard with a phrase or an accent and I laugh out loud.
Just love the performance of all the characters and accents
I've been a fan of mysteries since getting up with a notebook to solve Scooby Doo cases. I now write my own.
Yes, and I have. Several times. Not this book specifically, but the series.
"Hanny" because she had a fire and spunk that was as infectious as it was aggravating.
None really stand out as a favorite. The entire thing was solid and well done.
I laughed in a few places. The interactions with Hanny were just too good.
Like the first one, this is a true mystery and was easy enough to solve by simply thinking about the crime. Solving it wasn't the end, however.The very end felt a little contrived, but not so much that it detracted from the rest of the book.