I love Melissa Mayhue's stories. I adored this book. But I'm sorry, Elizabeth Wiley was just not the voice to use. She has a nice voice, but her attempts at an accent and a male voice at that was distracting. (Sorry Ms Wiley)
Perhaps. If she's not attempting a male voice or an accent.
I enjoy Jayne Castle/Quick/Krentz stories - two unfortunate items - Ms Bean's male personae is quite difficult for me to suspend disbelief; the abridged version is severely cut and all of a sudden you missed what? Continuity is non-existent and there's no way to tell if you missed something, fell asleep, or ....
One thing I love about this audio with Simon Prebble is the fact that he knows how to pronounce all those words in the print edition that I only thought I knew. Love his voice anyway.
A Rake's Vow matches up with how well this one is done
English as it was meant to be spoken/heard and proper enunciation and pronunciation
This story is full of 'visual' information - excellent action and romance.
Natalie Ross did an excellent job and transition between voices was excellent
Would that I could sit and listen in one sitting... or walk...
Jayne Ann Krentz/Castle's off-world stories are great fun.
Simon Prebble brings Stephanie Laurens stories to life. Love the Cynsters, Laurens and Prebble is now at the top of my Gotta Have Narrators.
English read by an Englishman
same as above. He's awesome
I just remembered this being a fun book to read, so I thought the audio would be just as fun. It wasn't. Some parts I didn't remember which isn't such a big deal, but it was boring. I read the book in one sitting and I had a hard time staying awake for this one.
a tad too monotone for my taste
TV movie, yes. Big screen, doubtful
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