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This is the first book I have read by Elizabeth Lowell and I absolutely enjoyed it. I laughed, cried, tried to work out the plot, and felt good all the way through. The love scenes are intimate, feeling and true, if you feel uneasy with them, you've not experienced love in it's most beautiful. I lived the time, enjoyed the story and felt various emotions as i became apart of the story. Will listen to another of Elizabeth's audio's now, and i found the narrator good, it would be great if two narrators could do a story, 1 for the men and 1 for the women, but all in all good. Enjoy.
Romance as it should be: A strong hero and a spoilt lady must survive nature's harshness to subsequently find their love for each other.
The good narration completes the successful package.
My daily commute time literally hijacked any spare time for reading, and then, AUDIBLE.
This story is an INVITING storyline that deserves a re-listen! The story is Hot, but the narrator makes it HOTTER! I absolutely love how the narrator captures the female voices of this story, coupled with the depth of the VERY masculine characters of this story. This is the 2nd story that I've heard with this narrator, so I'm becoming a fan. I plan to explore this author's works more, and especially the narrator.
I FOUND THE BOOK TO BE A GOOD ROMANCE. I ALWAYS ENJOY ELIZABETH LOWELL WRITINGS. THEY ARE A HARD LOOK AT LIFE DURING THE ERA IN WHICH SHE WRITES ABOUT. SHE WILL CAPTURE YOUR HEART FOR EACH OF HER CHARACTERS. YOU WILL ENJOY ANY BOOK SHE SHE HAS OUT.
I like Elizabeth Lowell's writing and am sorry to give one of her books such a low grade, but I loathe heroes who are cruel to their heroines and in this one, the hero is cruel for almost the whole book. I listened to the entirety hoping (and praying) it would get better, but it didn't.
I also normally like Richard Ferrone, but the whispering voice of the heroine drove me up the wall. I couldn't wait for the story to end.
I personally did not enjoy this book, even though I have read the other books in this series beginning Only.... The hero has to be the most obtuse, blind, stupidest person out. I finished it, but only because I'd paid for it.
Absolutely I would.
Richard Ferrone reads like a bandit.
Although all were great, of course the best was alpha male Wolph Lonetree.
There were some jaw dropping moments, moments I giggled, and yes, some moments that actually managed to bring tears to my eyes.
Richard Ferrone could read my grocery shopping list and make it sound sexy, dangerous, and intense! With a story of this caliber, he rocks it completely. In spite of the silly concept of an "English viscount savage half-breed" hooking up with his soul mate, a half noble Scotswoman he's wanted since she was 15 in a very Thorn Birds kind of way, I was taken in by this story and could not put down my mp3 player for the entire 10+ hours. If you don't like the anti feminist aspects of historical romance, there are damsel in distress moments, but the main character proves herself as well. I lost sleep because I had to finish listening this story, work the next day be darned.
"A waste of time and money"
Boring over long badly narrated story.
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