The narrator helps me choose the book. Anne Flosnik is an excellent narrator. I was not disappointed with her performance with this book at all. The author was trying to portray an independent woman who could hold her own as a fighter. Unfortunately she did not give this heroin a brain. I have a problem with stupid acting, self serving female characters in books who put many people in jeopardy because of their childish acts. If you want to portray an independent woman, then also give her a brain. Plus the second half of the book made it feel disconnected from the first half. I only gave 3 stars.
MacNab Ashford is a good narrator. The story line itself was interesting but it was laced with "tales from the dark side" of people's morality. Storm did not give much of a fight to save her virtues. Did people really behave like that then? I wonder....
I would have rated this book higher if it had not been for the main character Sara. She was such a ridiculous, whiny, bossy, foolish character for me that it detracted from the story. She was much too irritating for me. I would have back handed her. Lol. Nathan had the patience of Job. I, on the other hand found her too tedious too like.
This is one of the best books I have listened to in a long time. I hated it to end. The combined talents of the author and the narrator make it a wonderful listen. I found myself very emotional. I can not honestly say that there have not been many books to bring me to tears. I would be amazed if whoever reads this book is not as touched by it as I was. Anyone have any kleenex?
I loved this book from beginning to end. A lovely story by one of my favorite narrators.
I was under the assumption this was a romantic novel. I would not classify it in that category. Very little romance but a lot of trials and tribulations for the heroine. One trial after another to test her at every turn. Susan Duerdan is one of my favorite narrators. This was my first book by Meg Rosoff. I would have wished better for the heroine. Meg Rosoff did a very good job with her story.
The Ranger was not my favorite in Monica McCarty's series only because the book didn't seem to be as focused on history. It was more about the ridiculous relationship between the two main characters Arthur and Anna. I found the relationship irritating and distracting from the should be story. Robert McNab, however, is a wonderful narrator. Oh what a voice.
I only listened to less than a chapter. The narrator was the worst I have ever heard. The story could have been decent but the narrator spoiled everything for me and I did not want to continue with the torture of her monotone terrible narrating. Terrible, terrible, terrible. Does anyone at Audible listen to these narrators? I would have given the narrator a negative rating but that was not an option.
Monica McCarty has written a great series of books during the time of Robert the Bruce. If you are interested in the history of Scotland you will not be disappointed. Adventure, romance, suspense. Robert McNab is an excellent narrator who captures you with his voice.
This was not one of my favorite Catherine Coulter books. I just did not find the relationships between the four main characters that believable. Too many attempted kidnappings in one book to one character. Anne Flosnik, as usual, did a great job as narrator.
This series was so good I was disappointed when book 4 ended. Bummed. I want more.
I hope there is a book 5 in the works or perhaps the author is writing similar novels. Book 4 ended as if there could be a book 5. I hope so. The series was excellent in my opinion. I want more!!!!
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