A narrator who could have brought a degree of gravitas to the story. This narrator's voice was light and childlike, very precious.
A different narrator, capable of a serious voice and able to perform male voices. This narrator made the story seem quite absurd and frivolous.
This is one of my favorite Georgette Heyer novels, read many times, and have already listened to this audio version twice. The plot and characterizations are engaging and highly amusing. Fortunately, the wonderful narration by Nicholas Rowe enhances the genius of the writing and brings humanity to the customs and culture of regency England.
A Loretta Chase novel that showcases her genius for witty dialogue and realistic character creation! The romantic path for Julian Wyndhurst, the 'knave' and the emotionally guarded Lilith Davenant is full of challenge, simmering sexual chemistry, and touching personal growth.
The creation of multiple puppet characters to represent the heroine's thoughts and emotions was distracting, slightly creepy, and weakened the overall story.
Injected humor and more likable protagonists. Never warmed up to the heroine or hero, and thus just didn't care what happened to either.
The performance was excellent. The narrator performed unique voices for multiple characters, and had great acting ability. However, the story was too weak to be retrieved by the performance.
I have purchased everything Kate Noble has written. She is witty and original. However, the narration was a fail for me; overly sweet and coy.
The characterizations are engaging and tender.
A different narrator.
The performance of Tom Stechschulte as the charming Southern playboy, Tucker Longstreet is superb and elevates the romantic suspense story incalculably!
This is the best audiobook I've listened to, and I've listened to hundreds! The narrator, Kate Reading reads this book with great subtlety, capturing the intelligence, wit, and emotional life of the characters. I can't wait to listen to it again and again! Hopefully, Blackstone will bring us more audio renditions of Loretta Chase's novels with this superior narrator.
This is my favorite of the Huxtable family romances, and the one that ties together the unaddressed questions and disputes that are related in the earlier books.
Emotion, emotion, emotion! A sweet and moving love story for two wounded and misunderstood people.
The moments when Elliott and Constantine confront each other after 10 years of estrangement, and how the Duchess saves the day!
This is a historical romance that resembles the best of the Hollywood screwball comedies!
The scene where Harry and Olivia read a Gothic Novel to each other from their windows.
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