Roland de Tournay is a handsome rogue with a subtle wit and quick tongue. But he meets his destiny when he must rescue Daria of Fortesque - as daring, as clever, as fascinating as he is himself.
©2003 Catherine Coulter (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Probably not. I do not care for Anne Flosnik as a narrator. Her nasal voice is about as appealing as fingernails on chalkboard. I was also annoyed at her mispronounced Latin when she was playing a character that was supposedly an expert in the language. There was a lot lacking in the actual storyline also. So, it made it very difficult to finish the book. I skipped hole chapters and don't feel like I missed anything since the action moved so slowly. I finished the book and had no lingering thoughts or emotion like I typically do after finishing a good book. Instead I felt I had just wasted time.
No. The plot was too simple and I just did not find anything admirable in her characters. Quite the contrary.
I did not like the performance at all.
I love all of Catherine Coulter's books
They are exciting and wonderfully romantic and they make u feel as if u are there in the story as well. She is a wonderful writher. And I love that Anne Flosnik does the audio books.
Top 100 audio books.
Love the character development.
She did an okay job with each character. I find her voice to be a little bit Draggy. I have listened to several books that this narrator has done and I find she seems to over act some of the characters a bit.
I enjoyed the story. I do have extreme reactisons, because I get very involved with the stories that I'm listening to. as far as making me laugh or cry I did laugh in parts, I got very angry in parts. I would not have been so forgiving, (***spoiler alert***) when she lost the baby that was His. Well, hell I can't even get the words out because when I think about it I get pissed all over again.
Like the author, not so much the narrator. I love books that can draw that much emotions out of me.
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