No, no, no... The total lack of inflection in Morey's voice led to me putting down this book three times. At some point I may stumble through to the end but not any time soon. I would, however, be interested in trying another of this author's works with a different reader.
I know this is an old book... If a man treated a woman like this today... Instead of falling in love with this "hero", I would hope the woman would win a very large court settlement and, during the process, would fall madly in love with the brave detective who helped her prove her case.
Once again a Diana Palmer book is so radically abridged that almost all of the humor is left out. It also leaves the reader wondering what the heroine saw in the hero in the first place. Too bad, it's a cute book that was really quite enjoyable. The audiobooks of the old Kay Hooper romances are handled much better. Wonder what the audiobook publisher has against Ms. Palmer???
This book as been radically abridged ( aprox 45% ) If you read the kindle version all the loose ends will be developed and tied up. Additionally, there is an entire subplot that is not present in the audible edition. One of the funniest scenes in the book is on the cutting room floor. Too bad... All in all, they have done Ms. Palmer and her readers a great disservice by leaving so much out.
Did I mention Elvis, the bombing, their separation, and how she saves the day???
Didn't even finish the first chapter. I just couldn't deal with the constant repetition of he said, she said. Someone needs to buy this author a thesaurus. Please...
Audible please come up with some better recommendations for mystery enthusiasts. I really believe, with a little effort, you could do better.
Only listened to the beginning
Anyone - This narrator mispronounced so many words that he destroyed the audio book for me. Buy it from Kindle; it's worth a read.
Having read many of James Patterson's novels with solid **** ratings and more than a few ***, I was surprised to find a novel of exceptional quality. The characterization was fantastic and the story enthralling. I don't reread may books; I could't count the number of times I have returned to this title.
Poor presentation of one of the author's lesser works leads to misrepresention of this author's capabilities. The publisher has done her a real disservice by providing this particular piece as the only Audible title available. If I had heard this first, I would have missed many hours of pleasent reading.
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