Don't miss the other titles in the Dakotah Treasures series.
©2003 Lauraine Snelling; (P)2003 Recorded Books, LLC
The book is good, but the narrator is pretty bad. Not enough inflection in her tone and you can hear her swallowing saliva - it's disgusting! I want to hear the next book in the series, but since it is the same narrator - I think I will read it instead.
I usually like Lauraine Snelling's stories but this one did not keep me waiting for more.
Alexandra O'Karma was very low keyed, melancholy, total lack of excitement in her voice. and spoke extremely slow so that I had to increase the speed on my kindle.
Yes I already bought several books and am hoping the rest may be more exciting.
Ruby, and her sister Opal travel travel at the wish of their father to claim their inheritance. When they arrive, the "inheritance' is a brothel. This book is how Ruby and Opal transform this brothel into a hotel, and transform the town of Little Missouri (not Little Missery) into a decent place to live.
When Ruby figures out (or was told) what a brothel was!
Great voices, makes you feel like you are really there.
She stands up for what she believes is right, something we don't often see today!
Love the book, comes in a series, Pearl is really good also
I liked the book but the Narrator I couldn't get through the whole book
Ruby-she is strong character
The Narrator was so slow it made the book drag on
The story is really good. I read and listened. The reader was sometimes loud in breathing or swallowing, but she did a really good job with inflection. Very good book. Have read many by Ms Snelling. Hope to read more soon!
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