The narrator was idas for this series. She really brings you into the book.
This is the finale to my favorite series.
Mayne gives Josie her first kiss, and finds the kiss effected him so strongly that it surprised him. I also loved the part when Mayne was comparing is fiance to Josie and finds he preferred Josie more in every way, and then became jealous when other men paid Josie attention.
A restless love finds it's perfect match.
The first two books in this series are so valuable to this series, it would be wonderful if the entire series were in audio format. The first book in this series is one of my all time favorites, and I have literally read hundreds of romances. I believe they would be snapped up in a heartbeat.
This narrator is a new favorite of mine, that being said... Some books I read myself, and some I listen, and if the narration is not enjoyable, and the author, or description is intriguing, I will get the book, and read it on my own. I, quite reluctantly, continued to listen. I had a difficult time deciding wether the narration was bringing it down, or the story. I have come to the conclusion that neither the story nor the narrator could possibly improve one, or the other.
The story was lovely. The narration perfect. It was a great way to spend Valentines Day. You won't be disappointed with this one.
This book has all of the right components, for me:
1. There must be humor
2. There must be a makeover, i.e. Cinderella
3. A strong, smart, much loved heroine
4. A strong, yet at times, vulnerable hero
5. It must make me cry, either happy tears, sad tears, or just loving the book and hating for the book to end.
This is the real thing! Just read it, you won't be disappointed!
I enjoyed the multiple love stories. I'm not sure about her not clearing up misconceptions immediately. I think most young, innocent women would not be so forgiving about confused with being a light skirt.
The narrator did a great job. She does excellent character voices.
This book has been a favorite of mine for a very long time. I've been re-reading/re-listening to some of my favorites. This is one that has been on my mind for years, because I loved it, but couldn't recall the title. Much to my delight I am able to listen to it, which I can't thank the publishers enough for. Once I started listening I could not stop, and when I finished it, I immediately started it over.
This has all of the ingredients that make a romance perfect for me. I laughed and cried, and, could not put it down.
I think Anne Flosnik is an excellent narrator. Sometimes she gets a little too excited during the love scenes, so I fast forward a bit. I hesitate to critique an animator when I think about what a difficult job it is to forget the narrator, and become immersed in the story, that makes a narrator, like Anne Flosnik a great narrator, in my opinion.
Sometimes it takes courage to find a perfect love.
I'm thrilled to have found this at Audible. I am a huge fan of this author, and I am hoping to find her other books here as well. For some authors it is their earlier books are their best. That isn't to say it is the case with Julia London, but I think of them as buried treasure, so please keep them coming.
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