If the princess knew something
I have read and listened to her other titles, this has to be here worst.
I didn't like this story, the princess was so useless, couldn't do much, didn't know much, was so frustrating, and yet she was so emotional, over analyzing and judgmental.
The fact that after all said and done she was after a marriage. it seemed a bit of a shame that Monique couldn't think a different kind of happy ending instead of marriage
the leading lady
Yes it was a fun story
No one in particular
When he woke up in her bed for the first time
Seeing things from a different perspective and overcoming pre conceived ideas
Story was interesting
When Thomas was found on the beach
Yes for sure. the only trouble is that when the narrator is a man, he ends up messing up the woman's voices and if a woman is narrating then men's voices are messed up but still and all together it was a reasonable job. not that I could do any better I might add.
Not a good enough book for a film, but if I did it would be something like second chances?
The fact that it was meant and written within its time's culture, It made me feel as if I entered the times
only the other two books in the collection
It would have been good if the story resembled its time and culture at least a little bit
No No, there are many good writers in this genre
Anger in the leading ladies very unreasonable behaviour
It was just a little too unreal, trying to apply today's morality to those days culture, and it didn't work.
Could be more in keeping with time and culture of the time.
No, not unless there is some improvement
The narration, it was terrible it sounded as if people constantly wispered and men all talked as if they were being strangled.
The story was not developed well, and I thought it was just too weak, no one made any sense, answered a simple question or asked the right question, and she just sounded dumb, listening to these stories one begins to think the there was a reason why females were considered weaker sex, if they didn't cry, they over reacted, fell apart or were un reasonalbe.
Engaging, thriller, emotional
Other than the main character of Jamie and Clare, I must say it is Lord John
Battle for America
I would listen because I like the language and writing, and I may still do, but It is a long story and I already know it so it may be boring to listen to again
Yes the other books in this series, I really like the ways she performs the story, she puts in a great effort, is consistent and there is a lot of life in the performance
Jamie Frazer of course, who else
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