The story is good. The narrator isn't. Ashford McNab who narrated the earlier books in this series would have helped a lot. Although it sounds as though she actually is attempting to imitate McNab's style and voice. A failure. Drat.
Can't tell you - haven't finished it.
She attempts to drawl out her words and ruined scenes that might have been nice. I'll have to read the book to find out. Her technique spoiled a lot of it.
I'll let you know when I finish the book - haven't bought the wood ware version yet and can't convice myself to listen to the rest.
Don't spend a credit on it. Read the book to avoid a poor narrator.
Wow what a disappointment. Why do people change narrators?? I would rather wait longer for the release of the audible book to have the same narrator. Not that I am saying Ashford was busy I have no clue. But really?? ugh. This narrator was not so good. The story was my least favorite of all the Maiden Lane books, and I was sort of over hearing the word "betrayed". I have to say this book was just ok. I truly hope they bring back Ashford for the next book. A narrator can totally make or break a book people.. Just sayin.
I love the whole Maiden Lane series and this book doesn't disappoint! Meg and Godric make such a great couple. He is such a wonderful character and it's heartwarming to watch him slowly open up to her. I couldn’t stop listening until the end and now I can’t wait for the next book to be released. My only criticism would be that I would have rather seen Ashford McNab continue as the reader for the series. It was rather disconcerting for the voices of characters from previous books to suddenly sound completely different.
Spoiler Alert - So, I could live with one Ghost of St. Giles. But multiple Ghosts involved in a conspiracy to protect St. Giles.? ...Not so much. It's as if Elizabeth Hoyt ran out of original ideas and had to pull from a formula of "what sold best before." What worked best before was Winter as the Ghost of St. Giles but it does not repeat well. Moreover, the "heroine" (if you can call her that) is just annoying. The only good thing going for this installment is the narrator. Never a good sign for an audiobook. My recommendation? Avoid this one. There's nothing new to add to the overall storyline. The romantic tension was lackluster at best, so you won't be missing anything.
This book ranks in the middle of the pack as far as a favorite. As far as a series, it ranks in the top 10.
I really enjoyed Megs. I felt for her heart ache and her loss. Although, there were a few times I wanted to shake her and tell her "snap out of it".
I love Ashford McNabb, so I was sad to see that it was a new narrator. It took a bit for me to get used to the new narrator. I'm willing to be open minded and give the narrator another try. Change is not easy, especially when you get used to a certain character's voice. This situation reminds me of the Dark Hunter series. When I started listening to the series, I loved the narrator, Fred Berman. Then they switched to Holter Graham, who is wonderful as well, but it took me a bit to get used to Holter. I'm hopeful, that with time and some feedback, the narrator will improve her interpretation of the character's voices (especially the male voices).
I am a huge fan of romances and happy endings. I like books that take me away from everyday life and into the land of romance, some adventure and of course happy endings.
I love Elizabeth Hoyt and will keep buying her books. Not sure she has anything to say about who does the narration.
Not much the way the narrator pronounced some of the words was irritating and would avoid any books read by this narrator unless it was an author I loved.
The overall story and the Ghost being a different character than the other men of the times.
There were a couple of scences which made me smile...no chuckle. :)
No I haven't, but overall I enjoyed her performance even though there were a couple of characters' voices were too "stuffy" and drawn out...especially compared to the previous narrator's choices of intonation.
When one character realizes looking back is not the optimum course in life.
Well worth the "read" - ok the listen! :)