Dexter, MI, United States | Member Since 2010
Sabrina's books are always fun and enjoyable but I had a hard time enjoying this one because the narrator chose to use a voice for the hero that made him sound about 90 years old. He sounded like Shriveled Old Scrooge instead of Sexy Young Hot Guy! I suppose this sounds picky but to me, the narrator makes or breaks the book. A good narrator can make a so-so book a keeper I want to listen to again. A bad narrator makes it difficult to get through even a terrific book. So I'm afraid I can't recommend this book to you for that reason. Unless you find Scrooge sexy.......
I really liked the first two books in this series but it was really hard to like this one since the narrator was so incredibly irritating. I felt like I was listening to a Munchkin from the Wizard of Oz. Or maybe she just spends too much time sucking on helium balloons! Anyway, she is so bad that it's hard to get through the whole book. I kept looking to see how much time was left hoping that it was almost over! It's really hard to evaluate the story itself since my enjoyment of an Audible book depends heavily on the narration. If I didn't care about that, I would just read the book myself! So I recommend that you do that with this particular book. If, like me, you want to see how the trilogy ends, listen to the first two in the series and then read this one in print instead of listening.
Lorraine Heath is like that little girl in the rhyme: when she is good she is very, very good but when she is bad, she is awful. Unfortunately, this book is of the second type! After about 2 hours I kept looking to see if it was over yet! It features a "heroine" with a weak back bone and a brain the size of a walnut. But just when you think it can't get any worse, along comes her pea-brained sister! She sounds like an opera singer warming up: me me me me me!! Unfortunately, the hero doesn't offer much more either. Forcing myself to get to the end of this recording was torture. Anne Flosnick does a good job with the reading as she usually does, but she sure doesn't have much to work with here. I definitely recommend that you not waste your money on this one.
A good story and a wonderful narration. Susan Erikson does a great job on this whole series. If you like a happy ending, as I do, this one delivers.
An amazing, engrossing book and a wonderful narration. Davina Porter does a fabulous job bringing this story to life. I recommend this recording most highly.
This is a ridiculous book! The "heroine" is an annoying dishrag. If I had a nickel for every time I couldn't refrain from screaming "You're an IDIOT" at this woman, it would pay to replace the credit I wasted on this book! The narrator is good but he, too, is wasted on this book.
Sarah MacLean's first book was fun, her second not so much and this one downright boring. Rosalyn Landor does a great job, as always, but there's really not much for her to work with here.
The story is fun and the characters are interesting but the narration is SO annoying. Suzanne Enoch's stories are so good, she deserves a better narrator. The switch back and forth from American accent to fake British accent is so jarring. I cringed every time. The story is good but I certainly can't recommend this performance.
The first book in this series was OK. The second I read in book form because I knew I couldn't stand that narrator. This book, the third, was pretty silly. Even a good narrator, Anne Flosnik, couldn't make this one very interesting. I would suggest you save your money!
I bought this one because it was on sale but the old saying rings true: You get what you pay for. The story is trite and shallow and the reader is amateurish in the extreme. I definitely wouldn't recommend it.
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