Once again Linda Howard has managed to grab my attention and keep it. It was worth my credit...my last credit. Ms. MacDuffie was simply beautiful. She brought Linda Howard's novel to life. Also she made me laugh.
The book continues to soothe, educate and make you laugh. Moreover, the narrator is a natural. Writer and narrator build pinnacle interest.
When you listen to a book, you are supposed to feel or live the events. Further, the narrator is supposed to make your journey as fulfilling as possible.The book was not enjoyable.
I read book one and I was enthralled, I loved it. However, book two seemed that the writer ran out of ideas. The narrator's voice was made for this book; sadly he could not save it.
No touching, no sex but a hell of a listening ride; both the writer and the reader did a remarkable job. Eleni Pappageorge brought Rachel Hauck's book to life. An amazing book. Its a keeper.
Up until the last second of the book, the story was consuming. I stayed stationary until it was finished. Michael Allegretto (Writer) and Caroline Shaffer (Narrator) are now among my favourites.
Sometimes a reader comes along and adds so much passion to a book that you think more about the reader than the writer (narrators: Harry Berkeley, Kaleo Griffith, Dick Hill to name a few). As for the book itself E.C Diskin is a great writer and does a great job. The use of obscenities took away from this creativity.
Story picked up from the first book but it can stand alone. The writer had you guessing. Bring on book three. Talmadge Ragan brought the story to life; she did an excellent job.
It started off strong although sad. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed it.
Ms. Banks was able to tug at my heartstrings.
Adam's performance was great but I am accustomed to the voice of Harry Berkeley. On the other hand Adam was able to change his voice to suit the many persons in the book.
The first hour of the book and the last was emotional for me.
Please Harry Berkeley, leave what you re doing the next time and get over here! Additionally, I think throughout the series that Ms. Banks seems to think that every hostage or persons saved must get married to their saviour. Also, except for a few, the women in her series appear weak and need guidance from big strong men. I swear if I hear another "Babe, you re my woman" I'll scream. All in all a very great series thus far. I would recommend it.
I cant imagine whom I can give this book to. However I believe someone who has a deep craving for regency romance
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