Let yourself be swept away by the heat of Deborah Camp's sensual Fire Lily, performed with flair by actor Luci Christian Bell, who flings herself fully into the world of Lily Meeker as she finds herself thrown completely for a loop by - you guessed it - tall, dark, and handsome clairvoyant Griffon.
This searing romance with a mystical, magical twist is pure escapist fantasy, a delicious treat made even tastier by Bell's skilled performance, especially her strong sense of timing and empathetic, emotive intonations. Take some time off for yourself and enjoy this ride...you won't regret it!
©1991 Deborah Camp (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
Author of more than 50 novels. I read mostly romances and love adult romance erotica and historical romances set in the 1870 1880 west.
Just so you know . . . I wrote this book, so you can ignore my five star review on the story. Of course, I like it! But I wanted to review the performance of Luci Christian Bell. Wow! She is absolutely terrific! She made Griffin Goforth sound so freaking sexy that it was like hearing a book that I hadn't even written! She has quite a task in this book, calling upon several different accents -- Scottish, English, French, hill country hicks, etc. and she does every single accent and voice and inflection perfectly.
I so admire the talented narrators hired by Audible. Yes, some are much better than others, and Luci Christian Bell is one of the very best.
If you like to hear stories of mystery, intrigue, magic, and wanton love, then have a listen and enjoy the expertise of Ms. Bell!
Thanks, Luci. You did me proud.
Primrose is also well done. Good narrator.
She is so awesomely talented! A real actress.
There were several. I loved the way Griffin talked and seduced LIly.
The author of this book wrote a review talking about a fabulous narrator for her five star book. In both cases, a total falsehood. The narrator has a perfect valley girl voice, and if she makes Griffon Goforth sound 'freakin sexy' I am an elephant with five legs. Despite this, I tolerated an hour before realizing that the book wasn't worth the suffering. In that case I guess the horrible narrator was equal with a very limited author.
Report Inappropriate Content