No. Sadly, I was unable to finish the book. I read many of Georgette Heyer's books years ago as a teenager. Some are still relevant. This one is not.
No, I would not recommend False Colours as it is slow moving and boring.
ok, material uninspiring
Prevented the temptation to go down memory lane and buy further Georgette Heyer audio books. Sigh. Despite pleasant memories of enjoying them 30 years ago, this book just doesn't translate to the here and now.
Waste of credit.....
I usually love Kristen Ashely books. Normally they are fast paced and funny with a Heroine you can identify with and root for. Unfortunately, Fire Inside was merely Ok. I did like checking in with some of the previous characters like Tack and Tyra, etc.
Not sure I am interested in reading any more books in this particular series.
Fire Inside seemed like a filler book for the series. I found myself checking to see how much was left so I could finish and go on to another book.
I think the narrator did the best she could. Lanie was truly an annoying twit.
Looking forward to the Rock Chick books in audio.
Ok for a sale book but overall mean spirited.
I bought the sequel at the same time I bought the first book as I usually like Karen Robards and they were both on sale. By the end of Island Flame I wish I had not purchased the sequel.
Narration was fine. She didn't have a lot to work with.
Should have stopped with Island Flame
Too dark to be enjoyable.
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