Follow the story of one young woman who suddenly finds herself destitute on the streets of Paris in 1878. Faced with the need to survive, she agrees to become a prostitute in one of the most infamous brothels in Paris. Ashamed of her choice and fearful for her future, she meets a handsome lord who has paid a hefty price to take her virginity. Little does she know that the man chosen to deflower her innocence will change her life forever.
©2009 Vicki Hopkins (P)2014 Vicki Hopkins
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
I fell asleep... the narration was not all that great either...maybe a sale book...save your credits for something with a bit more punch!
Getting lost is always the only answer.
No, because the actual recording is very noisy and the storyline is very tediously slow. There was much that could have been bypassed to finally get to the actual storyline. And I would be very embarrassed to recommend anyone a book with so many mistakes.
I'm sure it wasn't her fault that the recording itself is very faulty, as it is very noisy in the background with weird pauses that are quite unexplainable that felt very uncomfortable to my ears (I listen to books with ear buds/headphones, so may not be noticeable otherwise.) But I enjoyed listening to her voice. It is very pleasant and she can do a spot-on French accent. She is also very good at the other character's accents that stem from Irish to Asian and more. There were many times though, as I listened on more into the story, where the main character started sounding really air headed to me and her voice many times annoying.
I definitely recommend downloading this audio version if you are downloading the book too, because Stevie fixes all of the countless horrible mistakes in the book (definitely was not edited/proofread!!!) I appreciated that Stevie fixed all of that very much.
To be honest, even though I paid about $2 for it, I feel like it wasn't even worth that. At least the book was free.
I find it very strange that the author tells the listener/reader of the second book of the series that "continues the saga of your favorite characters," but yet admits that it is set 5 years later Suzette is dead. Why would I want to read it with the main character gone??
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