Yes! This is a audible that a non reader/listener could get into. I like to listen to books again with friends and family that they wouldn't normally read.
Even though this was Hopeless from Holder's point of view, I didn't feel like it was redundant story line. I really loved that the story starts a year ahead of Hopeless and I totally enjoyed the short epilogue a year later
I savored the emotional heart tugging of the book by listening to Kirby's easy cadence. I read Hopeless very fast but after listening to Losing Hope I think I will listen to Hopeless. Kirby put a lot of emotions into some parts of the book that I don't think I would have put as much emphasis on.
The whole book/audio moved me but I really felt moved by the pinky finger hold at the end of the book and Holder's definition of the word devastated in the beginning and the end of the book.
I would totally recommend this audiobook! Anyone who loves historical regency romance would adore this book! The narrator is superb!
Since I love both Violet and Adrian equally, I will say that I totally didn't like the twin sister Jeanette. I dislike her character so much it will make it difficult for me to get into the second book in the series, which is her story. She had no redeeming qualities.
She's so good that I'm about to look up all the audiobooks that she has narrated
Adrian's brother Kris. I love the fact that he was so supportive, caring and fun loving.
About to download the next book in series ASAP.
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