In some ways. The novel idea of having a male reader was perfect for this story. He gave the Earl's sarcasm perfect pitch and was oh, so funny.
Arthur, Earl of St. Merryn. He, unlike many of his male contemporaries, was willing to acknowledge women had brains. At that time, that kind of thinking was unheard of.
He was obviously having a great time with the characters. He seemed to have read the story ahead of time (many sound like it was the first time they'd seen the book) and had the characters firmly in his head.
Yes, and I'd started it in late afternoon. It was torture shutting down and going to bed at 2am, and I started listening again as soon as I woke up.
Would love to have Michael Page read more of Amanda Quick!
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