Bring back Simon Prebble
I love Stephanie Laurens but couldn't listen to the naration
Maybe reading the book would be better
Yes, I would certainly tell a friend about this audiobook. It gets under the surface of what we think we know and allows us to reconnect with the soul
I can't pick one moment. I have listened to it twice and feel that I need to listen another few times to get all that I can from this book.
So much of the book is experiential that I could just close my eyes and follow along.
That when we talk to and listen to our body it will help us and the same is true of our soul.
Yes, I think we would all benefit by the philosophy of this book.
The stories she tells remind me of my Grandmother and let me know that I am not alone.
I love the gentleness that shows in her voice.
It made me smile, cry and laugh and most of all it made me think.
This was really disappointing, Half way through the book and I don't care about either main character. The narration and flow of the book is bad.
Not unless I see some really awesome reviews
She should have stayed with the "voice" she used before. I don't even believe this was written by one of my favorite authors.
A story that didn't just rely on a single irritating behavior. It might have gotten better but by the time I had listened to 4 chapters I was so bored I decided to quit punishing myself.
Maybe I just don't understand the humor.
I just couldn't understand the book, I don't know if it's just me or that I haven't read this type or listened for a long time.
Maybe a written book with explanations.
Disappointing. I could finish even the first few chapters.
I kept going back and trying to get interested, it just didn't get any better.
Poor character development, not much story to it at all.
He came across rather flat. His little old lady voices were the best as the leading role he was just dull.
No, I can't imagine the story going anywhere.
The narration was not up to snuff. I couldn't even listen to the entire first part.
I enjoy cozy mysteries but this one didn't do it for me.
The accents were bad and it was difficult to understand just who was speaking.
I didn't listen to enough to say.
It was an interesting listen, not the best. I did call some friends and recommend it.
yes, she uses some good ideas, rather metaphysical in her approach.
I couldn't pick just one scene, many were funny and or thought provoking.
Who did you say you were again?
sexy, exciting, unforgettable.
All of the Cynster books share the same close, strong family unity but this one leads the pack.
When Devil knows at almost first glance that fate had put Honoria in his path.
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