Kinda 50/50 I read the book before and J. Garwood has been a favorite author for a number of years But the narration had me cringing every time I heard a "whisper" The by play between the characters has always been good but I kinda wish I could comfortably read some books myself instead of listening.
The other books in the series. I will still get "The Lyon's Lady" even if it has the same narrator.
The 'whispering' raspy drawn out. Probably trying for sensual but falling short. I don't remember so much whispering when I first read the book. Please Ms Duerden try something else when narrating. Perhaps there should be two narrators, one for male characters and one for female....
cringe. The by play still had me laughing " .. he calls me Damnit Sara ... " I was waiting for that part in the story and wasn't disappointed in that
Nice memories from reading it myself the first time and the narrator didn't detract from the enjoyment with *shudders* those blasted whispers like "The Gift" I love the butler, so sweet. Was a fun, enjoyable listen for me.
Colin tossing the kidnapper out the window then assuring that yes, he forgot to open it first...
I enjoyed all the characters in this performance. They flowed well and distinct inflection between the characters voices.
There wasn't any secondary characters that weren't already married 'cept Colin's younger sisters. I suppose a story could be written of one (or all) of them. Also I'd thought it would be interesting to have a story of a son or grandson/granddaughter (or great-grandson/granddaughter) How the Family traits come through in future generations and in a modern setting but the kinda regency feel. So yes I've thought about it.
Very happy with this purchase. Now to listen to "The Lion's Lady and pray for no breathy whispers. Men shouldn't have breathy whispers.
I enjoy Julie Garwood's stories, have for years but was disappointed in Saving Grace. For Me there wasn't a spark. The narrator tried, perhaps too hard. I will still be looking for stories from Julie Garwood and hope that I find more that spark than fizzle.
I've read both books (so far) in the series. Passionate. Adventurous. Erotic. I enjoyed the byplay between characters. And in this second book especially the feeling touched me. As I said I laughed and I cried. I don't want to spoil the story for others in spilling things. I will say though that shifters are a lusty, passionate lot. Some was more than I'd find comfortable, but perhaps, it is that I never found someone so overwhelming that I could trust so deeply.
I look forward to the next book in the series and can see a number of future stories with strong, passionate males AND females.
I must say that I didn't even listen all the way through. It may be fine for others just not me. I believe it was read correctly as how the writer had written it, going for a certain style. I enjoyed watching the series and so thought I'd enjoy the books. I didn't. It was this monotone, kinda 40's (I'm thinking) detective style. No real inflection. I did not feel a connection to the characters, didn't care that Dresden was behind in his rent, and even with that had scrupels in regards to his prospective client.To me a sad waste of a credit in buying a book.
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