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Terry

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  • Caden's Vow: Hell's Eight, Book 6

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 27 mins)
    • By Sarah McCarty
    • Narrated By Paula Hoffman
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (172)
    Performance
    (153)
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    Gunslinger Caden Miller's compadres are becoming a bit too domesticated for his liking. So he's off to Kansas territory to carve out a living and a space of his own - alone, just the way he likes it. Maddie O'Hare has been drawn to Caden ever since she escaped to the Hell's Eight compound from the brothel where she was born and raised. And she's not ready to let him go so easily…until she's captured by his new neighbors.

    chris falcone says: "Disappointed Sarah McCarty Fan"
    "dry as dust."
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    I had to struggle to get through this book, and initially, I thought it was because I lacked an interest in the heroine but nope- it's just not up to the same quality as Sarah's other books. This was not helped by Paula Hoffman. She needs to practise, perhaps take some acting classes-SOMETHING! There is a difference between reading a story and making the listener feel like they are in the story. She physically can't sound like a man( she tried and it was an epic fail) nor is she able to create that place where you know you are listening to a woman speaking as a man but it works anyway. Given how these stories are about strong, sexy men that have had a ton of life experience, there was a lot of short-changing going on. Even her attempt at accents was ridiculous making them sound like they came from 'Nowhere Specific, USA' rather than Texas or even the South. I will purchase the next book in this series if Paula isn't reading it, as I am confident that Sarah will come through with a better book than this one- she had five that were awesome, and every author drops the ball sometimes but I will never again buy a book that Paula Hoffman reads.

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