I bought this because I thought Sylvia Day was the author, but she only wrote the forward. That's okay, I thought. I'm open to new writers. But the narration was so bad, I couldn't keep listening. I always give narrators a chance to reel me in, but I just couldn't do it. Her phrasing was all over the place, which made it almost impossible to follow the story. Made me wonder if she had done any preparation or if anyone was in the booth listening during the session or if anyone listened after the session. These days, I expect more from a narrator than reading words from a page. I can do that myself, and in this case, much better. Don't waste your money or credits.
This was my first Lisa Gardner book and I loved it. Boston PD Det. D.D.Warren is a great character. I immediately came back and got the rest of the series, starting with Alone. I'm looking forward to many happy hours of listening. Kirsten Potter is fantastic, as usual. She's quickly becoming one of my favorite narrators.
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