No. It is in a category of its own.
She wasn't bad. I wouldn't hold this book against her.
Where to start...? How about from beginning to end?
This book isn't like the others in the series that have some lighthearted dialogue between the characters. In this book there is no respect shown towards the heroine or the women reading this book.The hero of this story isn't just "afraid of love", he has no respect for our supposed heroine. The hero doesn't just ignore her or put her off he is down right HATEFUL towards her. It was hard to get to the end of this book and so disappointing for those of us that started out liking this series. I read, Match Me If You Can first and thought I would go back and start at the beginning, which was a mistake.
I'm done with Susan Elizabeth Phillips, the "Misogynist".
Cat Johnson - Yes
Ginger Perkins - No F-ing Way! She had everyone from the heroine to all the male characters sounding like the "stupid" character from old western movies. Complete with voice cracking and going up and down like a adolescent boy. Not to mention the over-acting.
I think Ginger Perkins has made it to my No. 1 spot of worst narrators. Too bad for Cat.
The narration was so bad I don't remember much about the story. I guess I tuned more out than I thought I had.
Again, had to tune out the horrible overacted, 1930's style narration by Perkins.
I like Cat Johnson's books. But who the heck put Perkins in front of a microphone? The perfect punishment would be to make them listen to every recording Perkins made, after they were made to listen to some of the best narrators in the business like Therese Plunmer, Johanna Parker, and Kaleo Griffith.
Historical - Romance - Mystery
I have not read it yet...
Angele Masters did a great job performing both the multiple male roles and the female ones. From high class to working class.
Agatha Christie and Mr. GQ meets Jack the Ripper.
I have read thousands of books. What I liked so much about this book was that Anne Malllory broke the mold or rather broke out of the mold with Three Nights of Sin. There isn't a book out there that I can compare this one to, it is one of my all time favorites.Congratulations to Ms. Mallory for her first audiobook. She really raised the bar with this one! Thank goodness a great narrator was chosen to record it.
Yes. The hero is loveable and sexy. The heroine is not a whiny ditts.
She had the perfect voice and seemed to understand the unique characters.
Same as the title. It fits perfectly.
Ian is an alpha male but not because of the usual reasons romance writers use, he is the way he is because of his genius.
I can not wait to see his other brothers stories. I hope audible will make them SOON!
This was one of my favorite Bastion Club stories, it has more interaction with DL and their past as spies.
I waited years for an audio version and I can't believe the publishers settled on this narrator for the last of the Bastion Club stories. He can't act so he just gives a very boring reading of a great story. The female voices are screeches that are almost too painful to listen to.
My advice to male narrators, their is nothing you can do to sound like a woman, just soften your voice for the female roles. Trying to raise your voice just makes for a bad comedy and is painful on the ears.
What a waste.
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