Gifted to the Angel

A Paranormal Pregnancy Romance
Narrated by: Mia DuBois
Series: Gifted (Rain), Book 5
Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy
3.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Lauren Grant was gifted with supernatural powers from birth and because of this she had always known she was special.

She also knew that one day she might be taken by those who would want to use her gift to their own advantage.

Now, it seems that day has come and Lauren has found herself kidnapped by a handsome angel named Cole Marlowe.

However, this is no routine kidnapping.

Cole has shocking news to share with Lauren, that, despite having never met before, Lauren was already pregnant with his child...

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DON'T WASTE A CREDIT LIKE I DID

The narrator's voice kept changing tone from being close and clear to far away and hard to listen to sounding like she was recording in her bathroom. I wish I could give the performance a negative 5 stars. She had no vocal changes to distinguish characters. She mispronounced so many words that it sometimes took me awhile to figure out what she meant not to mention that many words/phrases were duplicated. If it wasn't that I had the same thing happen on my iPhone as I did on the PC version I would have thought it was "skipping". I'm hoping this was an early book for Mia DuBois and her narration skills improved because this audio book was the worst one I've listened to in many years. I kept listening as I wanted to see where the story goes. Hours of lead up to a 8 minute battle. I think this story could have been told in 2 hours. Save your credit and pass this one by.