I might recommend the book and not the audiobook, although I like narrator on this book I like to see Audible have both male and female to read their respective gender role, thereby enhancing the story coming to life.
so far I like One Winter's Night- like all of the Westmoreland men they are very confident, strong and yet gentle and protective in a good way to the women that they love.
As I stated earlier I like Madison Vaughn she is great as the narrator for the story and the female parts and just okay for the male parts. Again if a male narrator reads the male parts the visual will be that much greater.
Actually two when Derrick saw her at the club and he thought she might be still feeling unhappy and Thorn put that notion to rest. Then at the party being held for Thorn after winning the race and she overheard the brothers baiting Thorn on the joke they made to get him to admit he love Tara, but backfire- you could feel her hurt and pain.
I enjoy audible - just think of adding both male and female narrators together to read the book- do a testing or focus group from your membership based on the type of books they read or in general and see the results. I will be willing to participate in the testing/focus group.
the storyline was good.- this installment was less intense compare to the others book, this could be due to Smiley personality.
haven't read the printed version will probably do later.
The trip to Memphis - hot and steamy; the confrontation about the video between Riley and Alpha how he knew it was not her; and when he came to his cousin Megan's house during her meeting with Alpha that was funny.
good for the male part and narrations but not for the female.- hard time visualizing
have both female and male narrators when reading the book will give better imagery
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