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Virtually no difference in character voice pitches accents and such. Just so grated on my nerves I finally said NO MORE. Out of the nearly three hundred books my app says I have in my library, most of which are romances, I can only think of three to five times this has happened. Author was not finished with the plot set up, but the early writing seemed relatively amateurish. This is one to avoid.
I laughed aloud during parts of this book it was such great fun. Yet the author was able to bring a few tears as some of the more difficult things Jack and Emmaline were each dealing with were brought to a satisfactory close. Any one who has ever struggled with a stutter or worked hard to lose a lot of weight will find some parts of the book especially fun.
Listened to this one straight through on a snowy day and plan to listen to it again soon! Definitely credit worthy.
Another Smyth-Smith romance from one of today's best authors. I listened to it in two sittings. You'll want to cheer the resolution at the end.
I hadn't planned to write a review on this book until I saw all the reviews that listed it as being boring. They couldn't be more wrong. This book would have made a wonderful movie. It's action-packed, filled with interesting characters a detailed story line and thoroughly fascinating. The narrators add to this. I hadn't read Coulter before. But I have read Clancy. I find the action in this book worthy of a Clancy novel or James Bond thriller. Well worth the credit and time. I have already listened three time in less than a month.
The set up of the theft and description of the action surrounding it was so well done I started to see the whole thing as a movie in my head.
They both did a great job with nuanced accents to set each character. They did such a good job I had no trouble seeing the action in my head.
Very much so.
If you picked this looking for a traditional romantic thriller I can see why you would be disappointed. This is more of an action suspense piece with romantic hints in a new relationship around which this new series will evolve. As for boring, I can only shake my head in wonder at how far off the mark I view that statement.
This is the opening book to one of my favorite romance series of all time. I've been urging Audible to get this in it's library and they did it! In this book, Owens first introduces us to the wonderful world of Celta. She is masterful in creating a society with its own religion, method of time keeping and such. Yet you easily follow her as she immerses you in the story of Danith and T'Ash. It is romance of the first order set in a fantasy location. The narrator wasn't my absolute favorite but does do a fine job of helping you keep all the characters straight. Well worth a credit!
Every issue that I had with the first book in the series, disappears in this one. Jake and Tru are two of the most memorable characters I've read about in the last several years. You will laugh and cry and sigh with satisfaction when the book ends; then want to do it all over again. This will definitely be on my repeat listen list, in the future. ST's writing is impressive and Eyre brings the characters to life in a way that moves it beyond just reading into the realm of true performance. She enhances the overall experience.
Just get it and listen. You won't be sorry!
This is an ok book and because it is the second in a series, it is worth listening to as a way of following the broader story. However, Krentz is a better writer than this book shows. It is not a book I am left wanting to listen to over and over again.
Yes, I have every unabridged book Krentz has on audible in my library, not to mention the physical reads of her work I have. She is one of the great writers of the romance genre and well worth trying. But I would not make this book your first.
Yes, Tanya Eby is a good narrator.
It was a fun and interesting romp through the world of celebrity and how a spoiled celebrity might meet and fall in love with someone not in the public eye. The sweetness of the relationship between Taylor and Jason and the way they keep each other (and us) laughing makes for a very touching romance.
I loved the way Julie James orchestrated the first meeting between Taylor and Jason. His shock and unbelief at her reaction to him and the situation in which she left him really drew out the humor.
A good narrator helps bring stories to life and aides the imagination in creating the scene in the mind's eye. Karen White is a good narrator.
Spoiler: Loved the scene at his premier when she tells him she loves him. The kiss on the forehead Jason gives her is an "awwww" moment.
This is a book I've already listened to three times. It has been satisfying every time for the fun and the romance. Little sex and only at the end so if you are looking for a hot or erotic read, this is not for you. However, looking for a really good romantic comedy, this book will more than satisfy.
This is a wonderful romp through culinary gadget and cutlery history. Kept me engaged and fascinated by the implications of some revelations the book makes. I would highly recommend this book for cooks and foodies in addition to those who like history.
An early effort by the author who has a real knack for comedy. And character development. If you are looking for a fun and easy listen, this is a good choice.
A friend recommended this book to me when I spoke of trying to learn to trust God more in my daily life. This book was very humbling as time and time again experiences in how God met needs was shared. I was challenged not only in how I approach my finances but in how I handle my prayer life and the time I spend with God daily. If you are a Christian you cannot go wrong in using a credit for this book.
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