The narrator's voice is perfect for Nora Roberts' story.
The people in it. They're rich and full and fun.
No, but it sure makes me jumpy.
It's hard to judge this, since it's my own story, but the reader does a very good job and allows me to forget that I AM the writer.
I love Beverly Lewis's voice.
All of Ms. Lewis' books.
She has a very warm voice.
I wouldn't. I like the title as is.
I enjoyed it very much.
Since I wrote this story, it's natural that I love it, but I was newly thrilled to hear it in someone else's voice. What a voice it was. She nailed the characters as well as if she'd written them.
She became the people and I was lost. I found myself surprised at what happened next, because the story became hers when she told it.
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