Perhaps another by Susanna Kearsley, but not narrated by Katherine Kellgren.
I thought I would get used to the tone of voice, but it grew to sound more like fingernails-on-a-chalkboard rather than less.
I love Susanne Kearsley's writing style. The story is interesting, full of historical happenings, and entertaining. I also appreciate the story being told without a bunch of profanity and explicit sex. The performance by Katherine Kellgren is phenomenal. She really makes the story come alive with variations in the different character's voices and emotion. A most enjoyable listen.
Two different tales interwoven with modern England and Jacobite Scotland, with some Russian thrown in. Mildly romantic, one I have listened to twice already and will listen to again and again.
I loved how several of the previous books intertwined with this one. Shadowy Horses and the Winter Sea....especially giving The Winter Sea an additional happy ending.
I have listened and read this book three times. I never get tired of the twists and turns of the characters.
Easy listening. Story kept you interested. I liked how the story goes back in time and getting to know a period in history I was unaware in an entertaining wat.
The book truly brought the life of Anna to life and continued the story of Anna's mother from the first book, "The Winter Sea".
I compare it to "The Winter Sea", first book in the Slains Castle Series
It needs another narrator. Katherine Kellgren's character voices are good but her narrator voice is harsh and at times hurts my ears.
I would take Rob out to dinner. He's sexy and full of surprises.
The narrator's tone of voice made a great story hard to listen to.
I enjoy Susanna Kearsley and loved each one of her other audiobooks, even though each narration is very different than any other. This one did not do a great job with pace, volume or accents. Shame! It was a big distraction to me for much of the book. Seemed as if she was rushing and almost shouting for half the book. I would so much have preferred a different performer.
This one felt a little forced; pulling all the strings together from other books. Not as natural as the others.