a wonderfully written book. Could have been one of my all-time favorite audio books. However, the narration is horrible. Hesitant, choppy, and mispronounced to the point that it is too distracting
I enjoyed the development of the characters and their relationship. The secondary characters were rich and well rounded.
I should think anyone, including myself, could have done a better job. This is the first time I have ever been critical of a narrator. However, this narration is unforgivable.
I might very well purchase other books in the series, as long as there is a different narrator.
This is different from the usual procedural of the other In Death series. It shifts from Eve's view to the killer's view equally. Therefore the violence described seems more gruesome I suppose. The result is riveting.
I have listened to this audio book twice now. First in the car, commuting. Then at home, so I could savor each and every word.
The two protagonists are clearly and completely established. Never does Ms. Kleypas deliver an odd note in her story.
Rosalyn Landor is one of my favorite narrators. The life with which she imbues her characters enhance this already great story.
Clash of the classes
Always eagerly await a Lisa Kleypas novel. Be it historical or modern, her romances never disappoint.
The combination of romance and humor is always a winner with me. Aided by Ms. Landor's narration, it is irresistible
Ten Things I Love About You may contain even more humor, but the romance is on par with this one.
Ms. Landor is one of my favorite narrators. If I am on the fence about should I or shouldn't I purchase a book, her name as narrator can and will tip the scales.
Who exactly is the man next door....and why on earth does he wear that hat?
Very enjoyable audio book. One which I shall listen to over and over again.
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