I wish I had read her review before purchasing but she was spot on! I didn't care what happened to any of the characters and the heroes slow drawl grated on my nerves the suspense just wasn't there
I thought the story pretty slow plonking along at times which is okay but geez Ariella is instanly in love and borderline obsessed with an idiot who had the "oohh poor me I'm an outcast" song and dance he didn't want to make the heroine an outcast too so he just treats her like dirt instead sorry but just couldn't get behind the suppose hero...
Maybe it's just me! I felt the narrator did a good job of dialects and male voices but I couldn't keep track of characters. I am guilty of doing other things whilst listening.. but this made me stop and ask huh? who? the heroine was easy to spot but the hero and introduction of more and more characters to me was confusing.
I agree this book droned on and on. I couldn't get behind any of the characters the "victim" took up to 13? chapters to see the light. Listening to the narrator was great if you have trouble sleeping. Personally no more of this author or narrator for me.
The story is a short western/mining town romance novel that is pretty sappy with the "hidden horror" and hero and heroine. Miscommunication love conquers all and tah-dah lots of forgiving. I found it okay. BUT the audio is terrible I mean warbled and tinny like a cassette (you remember those) like a casette left out in the sun. I would give the actual story 4 stars but for the painful audio it's down to a generous 2.
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