The reading of these classic tales is very poorly done. Monotonous; with no break between stories. This may, in part, have more to do with the publishing of the work that the actual delivery.
I enjoyed the story itself. The reader did an excellent job with identifying the characters and their moods. Over all I would gladly recommend this read to others; my one mark to the negative relates to the intimate scene sharing too much detail. I find alluding to their intimacy more satisfying than excessive details being spelled out. Fortunately this is a minimal part of the whole story.
I enjoy reading Georgette Heyer so much. This story is as entertaining as her others I have been able to read. This is recommended reading for many.
I have enjoyed Hamish MacBeth for a long time now. This misadventure is as entertaining as the others.
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