This series is one of the best I have ever heard. Elizabeth Hoyt is Supreme Queen of Historical Romance
I hardly ever write reviews. So, you know it's got to be bad.
I was so excited to hear the dual narration I bought this book. The first 2 minutes I was convinced someone recruited their neighbor's friends cousin twice removed to record this amiture effort at an audio book.
It was LOUD then too quiet, background noise, big unnatural pauses between sentences. Terrible performances by actors. Stilted, self conscious, voice inflections didn't match the scene and they both Choked on a few funny jokes.
I listened on 1.25 speed and that kept me from calling the production company to curse them out for insulting Audible and its loyal listeners.
Wow, the arrogance and audacity it took to put out such a poorly done recording must be staggering. Audible should be ashamed too for accepting such a thing. I could do so much better with my niece's karaoke machine.
The story is good and scored a 4 out of 5 on my personal hotness scale. I liked the banter between the characters and the battle of wills. I liked the twists of the plot as well.
Note to Riley Murphy.
Take a "hint" and don't try to produce audiobooks in your sister's hairdressers friends cousin's garage and don't use your friends to narrate. It's cheap and offensive.
More books though. Give me a call if you want to record a book. I'll let my grandmothers niece and her cousin narrate and I will clear out my son's daycare so I can make a better recording than you did
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