The story is good and fun. Really liked it when I read the book. The twin switching places was fun.
It always bug my mind how and who chooses the narrator. This one is really , really BAD. We were lucky the book (story) lets us know who is talking cause she doesn't do voices at all.
She keeps the same intonation all through the narration. There is NO difference between male and female voices.
Liked the first book way better. Was waiting for something magical to happen like in Forever His or like in the third book, it never came. Quite long at times not captivating until the couple of last chapters.
The story is good but I wasn't that fond of the 2 narrators.
By switching from one to the other it took from smooth going of the story. It kinda broke the feelings and how it should of flowed.
And their voices were not that good, neither one gave enough difference from one character to the other, except for the young ones and the Italian maid.
You will love this story and fall in love with Elle Newland's voice!
Love Lynsay Sands books and now love the audio version of this one!
Elle Newland is the perfect narrator for this book. She as a real nice smooth voice, she is quite good with the various voices, male & female.
I'll look for more of he narrations.
I really like this story. It kept me captivated and that a big plus.
I know a lot of controversy about the translation and some pronunciation are out there about this book but having no German or Maori knowledge nor how things were for the new settlers back then in New Zealand... I have to deal with this version.
The narration was pretty good, voices were very recognizable from one male to the other as well as the female ones. As long as it was it was not boring nor was it stretch out.
Will surely get the other books in the series.
Good story and good series. Felt bad for Garret most of the times. His brother the Duke and his wife both had the knik to bring him down. Juliet does have a strong mind but a bit to pushy at times.
Narrator as a real deep voice, great for a Duke or any man. And does good accents to go with them...but for the women voices, it wasn't that nice. Poor ladies all sounded like they were choking or sounded like they were speaking with a hot potato in their mouth.
Good story, great series. Would of picked another narrator though, she wasn't awful but she did had a tendency of trying to hard at times. And the voices are to much the same.
One more to re-listen to!
Loved this story! Loved the beginning where Mary fights to keep the baby girl.
Liked it a lot when Christina popped up in England at the Tons balls and how she reacted to Lyon. How he takes charge kinda.
Susan Duerden as usual did one heck of a job.
Just started to listen to this one.
Boy, Sherill Turner (narrator) is quite in a hurry! Does she thinks this is a RACE?
Wonder if she as another book to read.
I did like this book when I first read it in print.
I think Sarah Coomes was trying to hard. To much exclamations and to much emphasis on certain words that in my view didn't really did any.
Her character voices were very lacking, they all sounded alike, she even had a female tone for Daniel one of the males. The love/sex scenes were over done.
After Echo, I didn't know what to expect, was kinda apprehensive, BUT...This book brought back the love I had for the series!
Reminded me a lot of Outlander in a way...about the up and down feelings it brought and all.
Davina is as always amazing as narrator.
Will surely listen to it again and again.
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