I enjoyed this audiobook but was often drawn out of the story by the narration
Molly Harper is so clever and witty and Amanda Ronconi is perfect in her narration.
Yes! Molly Harper is SO clever and humorous and Amanda Ronconi delivers the perfect narration/performance.
Jane Jameson, of course. She is so witty and honorable and courageous and just plain funny...
She doesn't just read, she performs the story. Her cadence and character voice changes are spot on.
Just so enjoyable all the way around...
Not the audio version -- the narrator made it a little tough to listen to
YES! I love her Black Dagger Brotherhood series and Jim Frangione is a superb narrator. I also enjoyed Covet and the other 2 books in this series.
I could tell she was reading and her inflections and male voices were off. It seems that the best narrators are good actors too. I don't like criticizing, but in the name of honesty it was kind of painful and made me want to stop listening at times.
Loved the characters, SO funny and excellent narration!
The characters are so real and flawed and lovable and hilarious. Nothing like Crusie's one liners...
Her intonations and superb narration skills made me feel as if I was listening to a play rather than to a book,
I love Sarah Mayberry books, but this was a little hard to listen to because, although the Narrator had a nice voice, something was off throughout the read. Maybe it was her inflections, accenting the wrong words which made it distracting, pulling me out of the story again and again. It just sounded like she was reading and not emoting in a convincing way. It's not easy to narrate/perform audio books, but the listener should be able to lose themselves in the story instead of wishing the narrator's performance jived with the story and the emotions and the characters.
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