A narrator who is less monotone in her reading.
The twist at the end.
The story was good, but the narration made me think about not finishing the audiobook and just reading the rest of it.
I might read or even purchase more books in this series, but I hope to avoid narration by Ms. Boyer in the future.
This was a good story, with interesting characters and a solid narration.
It reminded me of a cross between "Faro's Daughter" by Georgette Heyer and "The Clairvoyant Countess" by Dorothy Gilman. To say more would require a spoiler alert.
When the protagonist recognized the strength and courage displayed by the Chinese butler.
I can't compare, as I have not read the print version.
Hmm. Nora, I suppose. She was an interesting blend of vulnerability/strength, skepticism/openness.
Beware of producers bearing gifts.
The narrator was excellent.
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