I read the book when it first came out and loved it. Joanna Bourne is a very gifted writer and prose-master. But the thing that makes this book such a delight to listen to is the narration. Kirsten Potter does a fabulous job with the French names and prose. She has done justice to this outstanding work of fiction.
love, love, love sandra brown's later books and this is one of the best. I figured out who the bookkeeper was in the middle, but by the time he was revealed I'd forgotten all about it, the action had me so shook up.
I enjoyed these stories when I read the book, but the voices of the readers irritated me so much, I couldn't enjoy them while listening. These were not the sort of tales that need an overly sweet voice. They are risque and need a smoke and whiskey huskiness.
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