Please no more Tanya Eby, the story was great but she made it boring and the love scenes sounded like she was reading a shopping list, please no more of her, more of Susan Ericksen and Angela Dawe they do Nora Roberts' books justice. when you are reading them yourself you can image the voices but when listening you need someone who makes the book alive and interesting, absolutely not Tanya Eby or Emily Durante for that mattet, both lisp!!!!!!!!
I enjoy listening to books as it makes the train trip to work and back everyday more enjoyable, it is not always easy to open a book, especially if you are standing, but listening is great. You get much more out of the book if the narrator is good like Eva, makes it more interesting.
Just a nice story, easy to listen to didn't require a great deal of thinking about which suits me to and from work.
Her ability to make the people come alive and you knew who was talking as she kept the voices going really well. Sometimes narrators fall short with remembering who is talking The queen of narrators if Susan Ericksson.
OMG Heather was such an annoying person, she drove me mad, Connor should have just said ok and walked away, just truely pathetic and not worth the read, such a disappointment.
It was such a lovely story and I can't believe we have to wait until April and November for the other two to be released.
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