Bookish Hero Fenster and heir to a duke Arthur Watterly share a common passion: the Legend of King Arthur. When the pursuit of the original manuscript of Malory's Le Morte d'Artur leads them to be trapped overnight in a bookshop attic, they find themselves unexpectedly married. They might be happy. If only they'd admit their biggest secret: they love each other even more than they love books.
©2001(2011) Kelly McClymer (P)2013 Kelly McClymer
I tend to get into grooves where everything I read is historical romance, mystery, light romantic comedy, thrillers, or whatever. I used to read (in print) 2 or 3 books at the same time, switching one to the other, depending on mood. But there are medications for that now, LOL.
I can't really say much about the story. I couldn't stay with it as the narrator was so horribly bad. But sometimes, if the story is REALLY good, you can get past that. The premise seemed to be pretty good, but the execution fell short. Just couldn't hack it, and I am a patient, tolerant person. Couldn't listen to even the first hour. I got this because the previous two had been tolerable though, those didn't have great narrators either.
Save the credit for something that won't distract you with how irritating it is to hear.
I was so distracted by the narrator's voice that I couldn't finish it...
I have ordered the book to read...because i want to know how it ends! I hate to give a negative review to a narrator because I can imagine how difficult it is and the problem was not how she delivered the material but the narrator's voice (too high pitched for me..).
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