©2005 Catherine Coulter; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Anne Flosnik seems to have a wonderful time with this romance, reading in staid, unemotional tones that fit Douglas's attitude about marriage. As hot-blooded Alex discovers lust that quickly turns to love, Flosnik's reading engages the listener right though to the luscious conclusion." (AudioFile)
I enjoyed this book for what it was , Fluff . I didn't expect some great novel when purchasing it . This is the kind of story you would find on the Lifetime movie channel . So if you just want some fluff romance this is the book for you . I will purchase the whole series just to past the time away in the evening while crochet ..
It was extremely crude and ruined the beginning of the book so I didn't even want to continue listening.
Not Catherine Coulter
Addicted to Audio Books.....
Not sure - didn't read the printed version
I think they all are the same somewhat - but this was an entertaining story.
It took some time to get used to her male voice - I wasn't to happy about those but otherwise I love the performance.
Watching Doug change the way he feels about Alexandria.
Alex of course, so hidden by her sisters beauty.
The beginning was hard to get interested in, but as the story goes along I have grown quite interested and find it hard to stop listening.
Yes, the story is good and it's very humorous
Easier to ask whose my least favorite... Most are most enjoyable
I have listened to many of Anne Flosnik's recording and I must I'm finding her more and more enjoyable.
The Sherbrookes: The Virgin Bride
Audio-fiction ADDICT !
I have read that Catherine's old work is much better than her new work. I agree . This book is better that her new ones. The story was good but the dialog was wired and silly at many occasions !!!! The narration was good . Actually the best performance I heard for Anne Flosnik so far. I liked it :)
I was put off by the contempt "The Hero" consistently showed for Alexandra. And the weird, controlling relationship between her sister and her sister's husband "for her own good" was really disturbing. The writing was good, but I just didn't feel comfortable with the interactions of the characters.
Historical romance junkie. Who doesn't love romance?
I firmly believe books like this are why there are "do not resuscitate" clauses in living wills.I kept up with as long as I could and finally after several hours had to abandon ship. It might have gotten better, I can't say but after about 7 hours I wanted to kill all the characters in this book for wasting my time. If your having trouble sleeping you might want to give it a try.
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