This was my second time listening to this story and it was just as pleasurable. It is a tight story with periods are good angst.
All the Queen's Men by Linda Howard. Somewhat similar plots. Linda writes great love scenes and tension building while Suzanne's stories are fast paced and are engrossing. Both are great books.
Patrick's rendition of Decker was perfect.
Absolutely, if only I could have.
I am starting to really appreciate books with both a male and female narrator. At least one of them captures the essence of the character and it carries you through the story.
Probably after a while. The narration was fantastic but the stories were only really good, not great.
I loved the cuteness factor of the wyre identity of the heroine in True Colour.
She does a great variety of voices and her men sound like men.
Not quite but I could listen to this narrator read anything and I think it would enhance any story.
Both stories in this book were good and I would recommend reading it if you are a fan of the Elder Races.
The narrator was heaven. Lord, he could make anything sound sexy, he was that good.
Half way through the book, when the perspective became that of a teenage Landon. LOL
OMG……he makes the book. Is there such thing as a book boyfriend voice?
Mr. Webber, please hurry and do more books.
A different narrator and much less drama!!!!
Absolutely not!!! She may be able to moderate her high, squeaky little girl voice but she can't do a male voice. I hate to sound mean but I just listened to this on my way home and it was excruciating. Sorry.
I won't buy a book with this narrator in the future. It was that bad.
Too much stalling.
Always, this is a consist author.
She does great voices. I love her Mrs. J.
No, it wasn't that engrossing.
Cute situations but too much stalling on the relationship and the matchmaking was at times was an unnecessary distraction from the base story. IMHO, her dog didn't get as much FaceTime in this book as others have had in the past. She writes great stories about animal love i.e. Catch of the Day, her best work. :)
The voice of the narrator was amazing. Her American accent was great.
Ok story. A couple of the issues could be hot spots for some readers.
Her speed of speech, intonation, various accents....I could go on. She really made the story that much better.
Paced, Hot and Engrossing.
Stella had a great voice for Marie (normal sounding and intelligent). Horse was pretty good too and all the characters were definable.
Lots of yummy bits.
The audiobook was as good as the ebook.
The first %75 was just filler that didn't do anything to progress the story or the series. It was such a shame as the other books were magic. The last quarter or less was really good and what I had been waiting for but just a bit to late to impress me.
Yes, it is a great story.
I will listen to the next book in the series.
No, the narrator's intonation and inflections were off at times and he could have done a much more masculine hero's voice. Considering how often it was mention how deep and rumbling his voice was. A bit of a disappointment in that department.
He didn't improve the book.
Loins were mentioned way too many times but that is to be expected with the publish date. Linda Howard is still a great story teller.
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