This book itself was really good however, the narrator made it just bareble! I vow to not read another book read by this narrator, the voice of the hero made him out to be an old timid mouse and not the young magnificent Colonel that he should have been. What more can I say? the narrator was horrible!!!
No, it was dragged out too much and at times bored me. Compared to most of the books that I am listening to this one gave me little interest.
Yes I would because it was an interesting enough story but just too slow for me.
Her characters all sounded the same to me which was not very appealing.
Neither laughed or cried just really wanted it to finish.
In the top 20, because I have listened to a lot of them that I just absolutely cannot say a horrible word about.
When Arielle walked in on her step sister and husband making love and after leaving the room Burke just laughing at her! I also loved, loved when Burke beat the crap out of Evan and Arielle got to punch him. She should have kicked his bollocks in!
Every last bit!!!!!!!!!!! Anne is one of my favorite narrators so whatever book she is narrating to, I am a listener. Way to go Anne, you brought the characters to life for me and just kept me so engrossed.
The entire story did. I found myself crying and then at time chuckling or laughing out loud. I felt for Arielle with everything she went through and what she overcame. I loved Burke for everything and all that he was for Arielle. I can't wait to read more on Knight, found myself liking him a lot also.
Read this book for the laughing moments but also for the crying.
For me the meeting of Daniella and Rafael at the hold up! I could have felt the sparks and it was obvious these two belonged together! The entire book is just a very pleasant, well put together book. I didn't want to put it down.
The part that stands out the most for me was when Daniella woke up and saw the Queen and Princess standing over her. And when the Queen went to the bed hugged them all and told Daniella that she "now has a Mother". Brought tears to my eyes!!!
She did a fabulous job narrating the characters. This is my first listening to her and would gladly listen to other books that she narrates.
Some parts I laughed, some I had to gasp and chuckle and yes some parts I was in tears!
I haven't read the print version so I can't compare.
Reggie the cat comes first then the Duke and Duchess. They had more action going on than or main characters. If only our author had decided to give Ned and Ellie some more action, kisses even would have helped. I was at more than one time wanting to put this book down because I was so disappointed!
Nothing, she did a good narration job and I liked her character voices.
Yes all of the scenes when Reggie seems to always have the damn red draws!
Hopefully there is a book about Ash and his wife and we can get more action from them than we did with this book.
This was a good story, I like the characters as well as the storyline. Amanda is one of my favorite authors, I have yet to read one of her books and not like it. The narrator however is another case, I have listened to Barbara read other books and have managed through them. For some reason she always sounds like she is sucking on something be it candy or whatever. In this book, she did not but her voice for Masters (the Earl), I couldn't figure it out. He sounded like someone who spent time in the caribbean or abroad and not british like he should have been considering they were in England. I don't get it?! Was it just me?? Overall, a good book and story.
I gave this book 4 stars because it was good but not as great as the first in the series. It was fun listening to it but not as sit on the edge of your chair, can't put the book down good as I felt with the fist book. The narrator did a good job also though I would have preferred another narrator for this series but well done overall. I look forward to reading other books by Jennifer Ashley.
Right up in the very top. I couldn't and didn't want to put this book down, I enjoyed it so much. It threw me to begin with but I gradually got into it. I was a bit surprised when it dawned on me that Ian is autistic and was very glad that Jennifer decided to write him this way. He was portrayed exactly as I imagined and very eccentric!
Because of Ian autistic portrayal, no other book. It is the first historical novel I have read that has been written this way. I was truly elated with the author for this.
All of it, she did a remarkable job, and kept me interested in the storyline.
Yes, when Beth explained that Ian remembering everything and being able to recall everything was weird at first but she actually came to love that about him. I was so proud of her for actually loving him for who he was and not what everyone was seeing him to be.
I can't wait to catch up on Ian and Beth in the other books in this series.
Very, very disappointing! Unfortunately, I read book 2 first and now book 3 before book 1. I couldn't wait to read this book after the ending to book 2. Maybe it is me but in book 2 Iain was called Allenwyck whereas in this book he was referred to as Alec and in book 2, Black was a Duke also but here he is an Earl while Iain was an Earl and he is now a Marques. Am I misunderstanding something?
I would recommend it but only because it finishes the series and you might as well complete the series to be able to see where everything ends. Ending was also a bit too abrupt for all that we were imagining throughout the series.
Ms. Stern did a good job reading and for the voices of the characters however I liked the narrator for book 2 better.
I would only make a movie from the entire series not just this book.
I don't know what to say but the author became confused somewhere.
What have historical romance come to? Females shooting men and opening gaming hells??? I saw a really delicious twist to the everyday romance and mayhem. He won't behave, shoot him that will keep him in check and yes you do what you have to do to survive so if that means a gaming hell (all be it) a tasteful one, I say go ahead. Suzanne you have outdone yourself with this series, now just keep them coming. We have enough scandalous ladies in this club behind nice titles to make interesting stories-bring them all to life! I can't wait for the next book!
The story between Neal and Tess, of course. This was a well put together storyline. Once again Roslyn did an exceptional job narrating and Cathy did well on this storyline.
For me, when the boys along with the Chattom siblings playing marble! Priceless. Then it was all interrupted by the Dowager Chattom.
The scene in Lyon's room with the ladies and later with him and Tess.
Yes and I would have had there not been minor interruptions here and there. I finished it however in a day and some hours.
Is there a book 2? I am patiently waiting for it to continue.
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