I liked the other 2 books in this series but could not get through this one because the narrator is terrible. she mispronounced names and the accents were all wrong.
The Lion's Lady, Guardian Angel, and The Gift were all read by Susan Duerden and i enjoyed them.
She drolled on and there is no life in this story.
The narrator sucked.... Love the series, loved this story but Omg the narrator made it horrible to get through.
I have a PhD in American Literature but my love affair with romance novels on audible is going strong.
I loved this book because I was so familiar with the character and the whole family after reading the first 3 books in the series (definitely begin with 1). It can stand alone fine, but it is much richer if you know the history of the main character, which is much more filled out in the first book of the series. Up until this book he's a rather minor character, but in his own book he a real sexy hunk. So read them all!
I am so happy with this new narrator. Now if she would just go back and redo The Secret by Julie Garwood I would be thrilled. For me narrators can make or break a good book. This narrator was good. I am not familiar with this narrator so it took me about 5 minutes to get use to her voice. But after that I was happy. I can't express how important a good narrator is to me. A bad one destroys a book while a good one can make an okay book better.
Castles is 1 of many of my favorite books. It is fast paced. Something is always happening with no long and boring periods. I call these types of books page-turners. And this is definitely one. I get bored with books very easily so this is important to me. I never got bored with this one.
The story has a lot of humor. Even after I have read the book so many times that I can read it in my head I still laugh at the funny spots and still look forward to my favorite scenes. I heartily recommend this book to one and all who enjoy a light and relaxing listen. It will bring a smile to your face. I find the characters very endearing. As you can see I don't give a description of the book. I let the publishers do that since I am not very good at writing. But I can give my opinion on what I think of the audio version of the book.
I would suggest you click the buy button on this book. Sit back and enjoy the story. It is a keeper.
I have read this book 10 or more times and have now listened to it a few times I love it and it was best to hear it because my eyes struggle to read after a little while. I just can't say enough about the book or this program it has all of my favorite books. and I enjoy the fact that I can clean and listen to a book
I've read the 2 previous Julie Garwood novels in this series, which were delightful. The characters in this novel, unfortunately, were truly unlikeable, particularly Colin. it wasn't so much his possessiveness and bossy nature, but his repeatedly hurtful and inconsiderate actions toward the princess. I ended up skipping ahead and catching the end, because I truly disliked Colin.
The narrator. The story itself is very good.
Hard to tell. The narrating and accents are so terrible that it's hard to get past that to the characters
The narrator from the previous series books should have also read this one.
I love the whole story. No struggle.
Most memorable was he can't admit it or didn't realize he loves her.
I really would recommend her to anyone. I hope She can narrated for Galen Foley's Lord of Ice. I believed she would have done a much better narrating than Emma Green.
I loved listening to this book over & over again. i never get tired of it. The writing is funny & romantic & suspenseful.