I love Elizabeth Hoyt books and have most of them in audio so I can't understand why a publisher/producer would take a series and go with an inexperience narrator. When will they understand that an experienced narrator makes the difference in whether a book is tolerable or great.
This narrator has a child-like voice and I could not tell who was speaking. I got through 7 chapters and had to shut it off. I so wanted to listen to all the Prince series but I will go with the written word. Rosalyn Landor, Anne Flosnik, Kate Reading or any of the experienced narrators would have done this justice.
Don't waste your credit.
Great book, wonderful narrator! Well worth a credit. Eloisa James is a automatic buy for me and this story did not disappoint.
One of the best stories in the series. Couldn't stop listening. More than worth a credit. Performance exceptional as usual.
I love Jane Feather's books but take my advice read this one. I wanted to listen to this series but the narration is so poor it's painful. I could not tell who was speaking, the male and female voices were the same, at times it became confusing, so I just stopped. Audible should take more care when committing an entire series to a bad narrator.
The story was interesting, the narrator wonderful, (I love Susan). It kept me listening, wanting more. I love Julie Garwood historical novels.
I was not impressed with previous Robyn Carr historical romance books, but I took a chance on this one and I was not disappointed. The narrator was perfect, the story moves quickly and the romance had just enough heat.
If you like historical romance you will enjoy this one it's a easy read.
I wish they had all or Lorraine Heath books. The performance is excellent, but I love Anne Flosnik.
This is the first in a series, but all the books are stand-a-lone. This is not the best in the series but a good listen. The narrator is excellent. But for my recommendation read the other two first, you won't be sorry.
I love this series, and enjoyed the fact that all the characters stayed connected throughout the series. What made this audiobook most enjoyable was the narrator, she did a outstanding job
Anne Flosnik, performance was outstanding, but even with that said she at times seemed eager to finish this boring dribble.
I used to be excited when I saw a new Coulter historical romance but after the Valcourt Heiress, and now this one, I am done. For those of you like me who enjoyed the Bride Series and the Magic Trilogy, this has absolutely none of that appeal. It's not really a romance and the suspense aspect is thread bare. To say that it is a Sherbrooke novel, is a poor attempt to get those of us that enjoyed that series to buy this book.
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