Francis Barclay is the omega son of a wealthy family, just wed to Prince Merritt Augustus, heir to the throne. But Francis is not content with a business arrangement and the chance of friendship and nothing more. To his shock he finds that his alpha feels the same. His new husband sets about wooing him in the quiet retreat of the country estate where they have traveled for their honeymoon, and Francis is surprised by how quickly the tenuous bond of an arranged marriage becomes something more while doing things passionately, rough, and unprotected!
©2015 Aiden Bates (P)2015 Shehan Peiris
The story itself, I found to be pretty good. I am a huge fan Alpha/Omega stories especially where there is Mpreg involved, but the narrator sounded like someone who just learned to read. The was character deferential, there wasn't even any kind inflection in his voice. Overall, I just really quite listening and pulled up the story and read it myself.
Pat Twain. (pseudonym)
To offer 3 narrated books at these prices? 32 minutes of a poorly two to three word at a time presentation and call it narration was the second disappointment. And to call it a Story or a Book is an insult. Please, Mr. Bates, take these back and add the quality you are now capable of doing. And find a narrator that will read your work until it can be done at a professional level.
I love audio books & my Kindle is always with me. Good or bad, I hate not knowing how a book or series will end.
From Aiden Bates yes, but not with the same narrator.
No. I'm fan of mm paranormal stories
No. The delivery was stiff, unenthusiastic and distracted from the story. His voice /delivery is a huge distraction.
I can't answer this question. The stiff 1. 2, 3 break cadence that the narration was delivered distracted me from the story so much I honestly don't recall any of the short story.
Choose a narrator who will bring you words to life. The wrong narrator or delivery will ruin a good story, but will destroy a half way decent story.
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