Brice Henderson traded everything for power and success. His company was closing a deal that would cement his spot at the top. The last thing he needed was a distraction from the past. Lena Razzi had spent years trying to forget Brice Henderson. When offered the opportunity of a lifetime, would she take the risk even if the price would be another broken heart?
I couldn't finish it because the narrator made the female sound like a little girl and the male sound like a spoiled brat.
I gave the story a 3 because I didn't finish due to the bad narrator
Cayson is in love with Skye Preston, his best friend for over 20 years. They grew up together, bathed together, and spent every holiday together. Hoarding the secret hasn't been easy. Every time Cayson sees her with a boyfriend, he wants to smash his fist into a wall. But he could never tell her the truth.
I liked the story and I liked the male narrator. However the female narrator was awful. The guys all sounded like "surfer dudes" and rather monotone. The women all sounded like bimbos. it wasn't pleasant to listen to. The guy narrator did a good job
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Journalist Samantha Jameson always wanted to be one of the boys, but Ryan Terell won't let her join the club. Fresh from the battlegrounds of Iraq, reporting on a bunch of overgrown boys playing pro football is just the change of scenery she needs. If trying to be taken seriously in the world of sports writing wasn't hard enough, Ryan, her college crush, is only making it harder. As a tight-end for the team she's covering, he is strictly off limits.
The performance was bad enough that I didn't make it past the third chapter. The narrators female characters sounded too similar and her emotions/expressions where the same no matter what she was trying to emote.
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Shea Little has spent her life listening to her family's desires. She went to the best schools, participated in the most proper of social events, and almost married the man her family wanted for her. When she ran from that and found a job she actually likes, she thought she'd rebelled enough. Now though, she wants one more thing--only Shepard stands in the way. She'll not only have to let him learn more about her in order to get inked, but find out what it means to be truly free.
Worst narration ever. The guy sounded like a robot or an automated machine, too monotone! Story fell short for me....Way over used the word hellava
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