This requires a British accent, not only for conversations but for thoughts and descriptions. The American accent distracts from the story.
No. I'd recommend reading it instead
There are too many, too long pauses. It is frustrating. If I speed up the narration the pauses are manageable but the speech is not right. She speaks in spurts and although I love the Rough Riders and the McKays, I don't know if I can stand to listen to any more.
Edita Brychta takes a great story and makes it extraordinary. Her narration is flawless.
I did read the book, and I loved it, her voice and inflections bring it to life.
It was very erotic and arousing.
Yes. If there was a change in the female narrator.
The female narrator sounded like a teenager, not a 24 year old. Made the secrets even dirtier but not in a good way. Mr Davis was great, sexy-sounding and easy to listen to.
Jennifer yes. Anne no
The over-pronunciation and over-acting of every word ruined a story that could have been entertaining.
Listen to the previews of a narrator I have not yet heard
I'm sure Allen Steele is a great narrator for some books. He was the wrong choice for this book. His voice was to have reflected a character of 28-32? Every time he spoke the character was no longer a hot young rock star, he was a grizzled 40-50 year old. Very distracting. Just let Aletha George do the whole thing.
I would SO recommend this to others
She seems to enjoy reading the book with humor in her voice.
I enjoyed the story and the continuation from book 1. Can't wait for Book 3.
MM doesn't overact, doesn't read like a robot. She is a comfortable reader.
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