The New York Times best-selling author of Whiter Than Snow, Sandra Dallas delivers a novel about the secrets and passions of three generations of women who live in a Victorian Colorado house. While the house is under construction in 1880, a 17-year-old servant imagines living in the “Bride’s House” with one of her several suitors. Decades later, the legacy and secrets of earlier Bride’s House women cause the current occupant to question what she really wants and who she truly loves.
Where does The Bride’s House rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
The Bride's House is one of the best stories I've listened to in a long time. Sandra Dallas doesn't disappoint--you can count on her to to deliver a captivating story of strength and perseverance.
What did you like best about this story?
I was caught up in the plight of the characters, and I loved following the plot through three generations of women.
What does Nicole Poole bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I judge a narrator's performance by her ability to advance the story and not get in the way of the story. Nicole Poole was just right. Her voices were distinct, and her emotions were spot on. I quickly stopped listening to her, and I listened to the flow of the story. It was a great read!
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