Excellent narrator, intriguing story. Beautiful love story
The characters were so believable in what should be a totally unbelievable story line
His portrayal of each character is unique and the emotion of the character shines through
I read a lot of historical romance but this one stands out above all others
Wish it didn't have to end and hope I find another like it
The female lead was a little too stupid and whimpy for my taste. Although she toughen up a little towards the end, I found it hard to care what happened to her cause she was so stupid. I would have made her stronger with just a series of circumstances that ended her up where she was, not her being stupid and letting people walk on her.
I would have made my lead a little less whimpy.
Steve West's voice is perfect for this type of story. He did a great job with the characters. It was by far my favorite part of the book, listening to him.
I wasn't Sure about A Knight in Shining Armor. I find that with Jude Deveraux, sometimes I'm completely enthralled in one of her books. and other times I struggle to finish some of her other books. I'm glad I gave this one a shot I thoroughly enjoyed it.
i've read the book and listened to the abridged version read by Stephanie Zimbalist which is fantastic...
i was very excited finding an unabridged version but the narrator gave me such a bad headache i couldn't finish it....waste of your credit...
Haven't read the print version, but would like to.
Except for her name, Douglas, I enjoyed the main female character. The author portrayed her as any woman would act having a knight from 400 years ago appear before her.
Would have liked to have heard the women's voices portrayed differently. Mr. West performed the male characters very well.
Love that spans the ages!
Prepare for an emotional ride, the extremes of love, heart ache, happiness and despair.
I wish the story would have continued a bit beyond the end. It's like dropping one's child off on his/her first day of school. You know they will be ok, but you're not there to see it and feel it.
I loved the Audio version of this book. It was so entertaining listening to Steve West narrate the book.
This was a very well written story. There was not one part that was not entertaining. I thoroughly loved the humor in the book and I got some really good laughs from Ms. Deveraux's humor. All the characters were very realistic. It was written where I could picture what each character looked like and their personalities. I was brought right into the book.
I could not tell you what my favorite scene is. It is an impossible question. The whole book was my favorite scene. It just had so many great scenes that were either funny, sad, or any number of emotions. It was so entertaining it would be hard to choose a favorite scene.
There were many moments in the book that provoked numerous different feelings. Through the whole book I experienced different sensations or emotions. It was positively written exceptionally well.
If you want to be thoroughly entertained this is the book.
I will listen to it again.
This is my favorite out of all of Jude Deveraux's books and I have read or listened to every one of her books.
This romance has twist and turns that will keep you guessing and draw you into enticing worlds past and present. Colourful descriptions, and characters you will fall in love with. Narration was excellent. Those of you who thought the narrator should have been a woman are so very wrong...unless that female narrator was Carolyn Bonneyman, of course. Well worth your credit. This book will not disappoint. Go for it !
Not if it's a romance, no.
This is a romance, and the lead character is a woman. The story is read by a man and it distracted me through the entire story. Especially in explicit love scenes from the POV of a female. I guess he does an okay job, but whenever he spoke in the voice of Douglas I cringed. The story is okay, a bit fluffy. But, if you're into a romantic time travel mood this'll do. Good enough to make me buy a few more Judy Devereaux books with my credits :-).
As a mother of 4 you have a lot of laundry. Audible books made washing a whole lot nicer. Walking isn't as painful either.
Yes, the narration was wonderful.
When they felt each other. It gave me a sense of belonging.
When they were together in the present.
I loved this book and it will always be one of my favorite's. When a book can carry you away as though your own life is on pause, you know you've found magic. It was like I dreamt the story.
If you want a true escape that leaves you not wanting the book to end, then this is IT!
First let me say the story so far is fun. The reader does a good job, but I could not get used to listening to him. Went back to see if author was a guy (no); not sure why it was decided to have a male with a British accent read the book and even more confusing to me is the main female character is named Douglas. I chose this book based on recommendation from GoodReads because I liked the Outlander series so much. But seriously 3/4's of the book I have listened to so far is from Douglass's point of view and the reader's falsetto is too grating for me to continue. I wish I had purchased a print copy. I have listened to 100s of Audible books and this is one of a few times I can't adapt. By the way the ONLY thing this book has in common with Outlander is the subject of time travel.