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Linda G McKinney

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  • Executive Seduction

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 28 mins)
    • By Jennifer Probst
    • Narrated By Anne Johnstonbrown
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (139)
    Performance
    (132)
    Story
    (135)

    Logan Grant knew Chandler was trouble the moment he laid eyes on her. He agrees to her business proposal because he wants a guaranteed profit…and he wants Chandler Santell. But a dangerous game of love, power and greed play out behind the scenes. The payout is worth millions, but only if he can claim her heart. Chandler Santell has successfully avoided rich and powerful men who believe more in money than in people. But when her Yoga and Arts Center is on the verge of financial ruin, there's only one man who can help her: Logan Grant - the most ruthless CEO in the finance industry.

    TR says: "Bad Narraration"
    "VeRy PooR NaRRaToR"
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    Where does Executive Seduction rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    The book was interesting and worth the money in itself, but the narrator pretty much destroyed the book.


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    Logan because he was a good guy who cared about her from the first. I tend to prefer heroes that pursue the heroine instead of vice versa. The heroine who gets involved with a man who can't decide that he loves the heroine is boring and unromantic.


    How could the performance have been better?

    I theorized that the problem with this narrator is that someone had criticized her about poor enunciation in the past so she rebelliously decided to exaggerate her enunciation of consonants to the point of ridiculousness. I FounD ThaT her eNuncIAtion was DisTracTing anD DETtracTing To The PoinT ThaT iT PreTTy MuCH DesTRoyeD The PleaSure of ListeninG To The BooK. I have known that a poor narrator has caused Audible to re-record the book and distribute the new recording to the customers that already own the book. I think that this should be the case here. I imagine this has to be done through the publisher but I think that Audible should pursue this with the publisher. Otherwise I think that they should return the credit or money to the customers.


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