Yes, if that person has read Quinn's Bridgerton books. Otherwise, this little collection would not make nearly as much sense.
Daphne's surprise late-in-life pregnancy.
He is an awesome narrator! What a range of tones and accents. I tried to listen to one of the second epilogues when they first came out and the narration was so hideous that I could not finish even one, but James Langton has saved the day, as it were.
Not particularly. It just makes me smile fondly and sigh happily, visiting those wonderful Brigertons again.
I read the book a few years ago and liked it--Tessa Dare is always good. But I could not get through more than 20 minutes of this narrator's absolute massacre of this title. Sad waste of a credit. She has this odd galloping narration that drags out every 4th word--no kidding. Makes the sentences nonsensical. You have to really concentrate to get beyond the pacing to understand what's being said.
Almost anyone. I really like Angela Dawe, Ashford McNab, Rosalind Landor, Susan Deurdan, Rebecca deLoew.
No one--story is fine as I recall from reading it.. Couldn't listen to it.
No. The story is boring beyond belief. Only the halfway decent narration saves it a little. I tolerated 3 hours and had to give it up.
Construct a plot.
A story, character development
sensual, tense, complex
Lord of Fire, same family
have the hero NOT sound like an 80-year old sick woman!
Damien's overcoming his war trauma
All the voices Emma Greene does are good EXCEPT the male hero--it is so horrible I couldn't listen to the whole thing. Yikes!
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