I read the first book about the Friday Night Knitting Club and looked forward to hearing the sequel while I did my knitting. It was trite and predictable. My credit could have been better used. The narrator did a good job with the material, however.
This book is a story of class, status, and family rivalries in late 19th Century England. The intrigue of a secret the boys from a boarding school share all their lives runs throughout. It was a real "page turner". Well done. The narrator was easy to understand and did a fairly good job of creating different voices for the characters. I would choose this narrator again.
Janet Evanovich is up to her usual standards of intrigue and hilarity. This is my first listen to Charlotte Hughes. I'll select this pair again when I need a light and fun listen. I do love Lorelei King's narration. I'd listen to her read the phone book if it were available. She has a real talent in making the characters come to life!
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