I often base my audible choices on listener comments.
I'm happy I decided to IGNORE the one person who said they disliked..Show More » the narrator. (See Claimed by the Highlander: Highlander Series #2 reviews, same narrator)
I've heard bad narrators, and Antony Ferguson IS NOT a bad narrator! I suggest that people should make their own decision based on the excerpt that can heard in the book sample, and not base their decision on what one person wrote in a review. (This suggestion is for me as well as everyone else) And I'd like to see that reviewer, from Texas, who probably has a Southern drawl, try to narrate a whole novel with different accents from Scotland and England!
Story: Well thought-out story. Really had a hard time putting down my earphones with this one. I didn't give it five stars because, for me, the story has to be exceptional to receive that mark. That said, it was totally worth my credit! And hot!
Strong women and incredible Highland men in a tale of mystery and love, secrets and revelations. Julianne MacLean brings it all together in a way tha..Show More »t keeps you engrossed in the tale from beginning to end. Being the third book in this series I am going to assume you know how well done these books are. I do wish I had gone back and listened to #1 and #2 before reading (listening) to this one. It is almost a stand alone book but there is so much more in it that only knowing the first two books can give you the opportunity to appreciate.
NARRATOR: Anthony Ferguson eventually fades into the background leaving you to hear the characters and the tale without hearing him, which is how its supposed to be. His female voices are not my favorite but it takes little time to adjust to them. Each character is distinct , individual , and recognizable .