In this classic romance from New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts, one woman will discover that love has the power to overcome all barriers.
Erin McKinnon had followed her cousin Adelia to America and was immediately captivated by Royal Meadows's charm.
But she was not nearly as impressed with Burke Logan, owner of the neighboring property. A womanizing, cigar-smoking gambler, he was exactly the type of man her mind told her to stay away from. The heart has never been very practical, though....
©1988 Nora Roberts (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
I usually get used to the narrator even if i don't love them, but this woman was horrible. The accents were awful, the weird ends of her sentences and how she drew them out, the terrible voice of the main male character all contributed. This sorry was pretty terrible too.
Great story by Nora Roberts; you'll enjoy it a lot more if you read it yourself rather than listening to Amy Rubinate read it to you. She just tries way too hard. Voice inflections in all the wrong places. She should try a different line of work. Would have submitted this review with no stars for performance if the application allowed.
Every sentence sounds exactly the same. It's repetitious and worse than boring. She's annoying. Her accent OR attempt at accent is nauseating. Ketchup and she ruins this story.
A very interesting story and would recommend to all. I look forward to reading the rest of the series
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