A bawdy love story set on the Texas plains. Longhorns ranges from hard riding action and sex as hot as the blazing Texas sun to lyrical descriptions of the Old West.
©2012 Victor J. Banis (P)2012 Victor J. Banis
I'll read it and see what I think, I won't ever buy another audible book read by Lee Roberts, he is the worst ever.
He is horrible, he made the characters sound like 4 year old girls. Whoever hired him to read should be fired.
I couldn't get through it the reader was so bad.
I want my credit back!!!!!!
Mostly using audiobooks when my concentration is so bad that I can't read text. Or sometimes when I feel the need to practise my [listening] english even more. I'm not very picky when it comes to stories, so can listen to practically anything – and have a knack to find SOMETHING in each story that I like. *smile*
The story in itself was quite all right I think. My personal opinion is generally that I'm not too into romance books though, not when that's practically all the book is about. I normally like books that have some other plot going on and the romance is more like a side effect or possibly a just as big plot but running beside other happenings.
I did know this wasn't going to be a book with a lot of other things happening already before though so I didn't mind too much.
I did listen all the way through *smile* and grew more fond of the characters in time, even though they will never be even close to my favourite characters of other books.
I did enjoy the stpry most of the time.
The narrator though... took some getting used to. He didn't read the book in the same way at all that I would probably have done if I had read a printed version. Sometimes it felt a little bit rushed between two sentences. It was also clear each time there was a "break", he didn't read everything evenly enough to make breaks really smooth.
In the very beginning I had some troubles following because he has this... drawl? to his voice and since my native isn't english I sometimes have a harder time understanding when someone isn't talking clearly enough.
I got kind of used to it after some time though.
In the end I found it an okay listen. (:
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