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No one likes being treated like a kid sister - especially by someone as sexy as Guy Donovan. So when Annie Sawyers sets out to seduce Guy once and for all, she tracks down every book about sex she can find. One of them has to work, right?
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The story was trite and predictable. The characters uninteresting. But what was really bad was the narration. Ms Chapman pronounced words like she was just learning to read. Or maybe she read so pedantically because she thought she was reading to ESL students. The voices she gave the characters were grating and annoying. I hope she has another line of work. This one isn't for her.
9 people found this helpful
Story is OK, but the narration.... Second worst narrator I've heard in nearly 75 books. (And the first sounded like Janet Reno!) It's amazing the difference in quality of readers that are found in these books. What are they thinking???
6 people found this helpful
- book me!
Baby Talk Narrator!
seriously - just listen to the preview, i wish i had. I was hysterical laughing for the first 10 minutes before i shut this disaster down.
i can't believe someone thought this narration was ok. I'm still not sure if was meant as a joke. absolutely RIDICULOUS! someone out there does not like lori foster, because she got duped!
5 people found this helpful
The narrator ruined yet another Foster book for me. Not sure this was one of her best works anyway. Don't let this book scare you away from Lori Foster. She is usually a 5 star romance writer.
3 people found this helpful
I didn’t like the narrator. And the Annie was so childish and dumb sounding. The only reason I read it to be end was because it was part of a series.
- Debra Borheck
Reader was difficult to listen too. Lisps. Her reading for emphasis was weird. Like a 2nd grader having to sound out words in her head