I loved the story, but the narrator is lacking. Men just down do a good job with female parts. Why don't they hire two narrators--male and female. I think one of Jayne Krentz's books is like that and I really enjoyed it. I just don't care for male narrators reading romance novels.
I enjoyed the plot and the mention of characters from previous books in this series.
He does a poor female voice. It was hard to tell the characters apart at times.
I bought Mastered by Love.
I really enjoy audiobooks and have a lot of them.
It needs a different narrator. He made Barnaby sound like a stuffed shirt, and some of the women's parts are not very good either. I don't know why Laurens' books are narrated by men. Why not a woman for the female parts? I didn't particularly like Simon Prebble either.
When they discover who the murderer is.
Not real fond of him. It would have to be a book I really wanted to listen to.
I enjoyed reading it to myself more than listening to it.
I would have preferred different endings for some of the sections.
Yes, her first Bridgerton book was very good.
I wish there was a female narrator for the female parts and a male for the male parts. Langton didn't do a very good female narration.
It did answer a lot of questions left over from the earlier books.
The book has second epilogues for earlier Bridgerton stories. It was ok,but not riveting. I didn't care for the narrator. A female narrator would be better. The price of the ebook dropped but I didn't like the audio version enough to purchase it.
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