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Merriweather Sisters Time Travel Romance, Book 4
Narrated by: Kristina Blackstone
Length: 18 hrs and 16 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
4 out of 5 stars (63 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Listen to the first three books in the medieval time travel romance series listeners call addictive: A Knight to Remember, Knight Moves, and Lonely Is the Knight.

Book 1: A Knight to Remember
Be careful what you wish for....

Lucy Merriweather's supposedly perfect boyfriend attempted to murder her during a visit to Blackford Castle. Falling through time to 1300s medieval England, she lands in a tangled heap at the feet of a tarnished, grumpy knight with secrets of his own and no time to spare for a crazy damsel in distress.

Book 2: Knight Moves
Melinda Merriweather's sister vanished on a trip to England. When someone tries to kill Melinda Merriweather, she knows there's more to the story of her missing sister. Determined to find out what happened, Melinda lands in England, only to get more than she bargained for. A picture she can't explain. A wrong turn leading to Falconburgh Castle and a whopper of a storm.

Falling through time to 1300s medieval England, she finds herself staring at the pointy end of a wicked-looking sword. A weary knight swoops in and rescues Melinda, only to find out she's no swooning damsel in distress. Now Melinda's greatest fear is falling in love and never finding out what happened to her sister. 

Book 3: Lonely Is the Knight
Charlotte Merriweather didn't plan to steal the gorgeous low-slung sports car. But in her defense it was just sitting there running, with the door open, beckoning her. A terrible accident sends her traveling through time to 1330 England. Surely the handsome knight of the castle will aid her in the search to find her missing sisters?

Henry Thornton has sworn never to marry. Even if he is enchanted by the odd woman he finds washed up on the shore. He'll aid her and send the lady on her way. Or not. As the castle falls under siege, trapping Charlotte and Henry within the stone walls, will they risk everything for a chance at a love meant to last forever?

©2016, 2017, 2018 Cynthia Luhrs (P)2018 Cynthia Luhrs

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Good story

I enjoyed the three stories. It made a cohesive set. The narrator made the story drag. I guess I’ve been spoiled by other narrators.

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Great story, no sex

Just warning anyone expecting it. Wish the author felt differently, but oh well. Maybe it will make me less shallow.

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Quick Listen

This series was a good story line. I have read many of the time travel books and have determined that the narrator(s) are what really make the book. The must be able to imitate the dialect. This series was lacking in that department.

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The stories were sweet period romances.
The narrator did fine with the straight up American English portions of the narrative. Once the accents were required, I contemplated turning the book off. The three sisters sounded alike, and though one spent more than twenty years in medieval England, she still sounded like a silly poorly educated girl from the American south.... Not at all realistic. The men’s accents, if Scott’s or Irish were mixed up with each other, as well as with Cockney English from 500 years later in London’s East End. The Gypsies’ accents, which one may expect to be Central or Eastern European, faded into multiple accents in the course of one sentence, predominantly Russian. Ouch.
If accents are not someone’s forte, either don’t hire them for that particular job or encourage them to speak very general English with subtle shades of an accent if required.

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This was delightful! I definitely would recommend it. Look forward to more books by this author.

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  • Caroline Richardson
  • 10-13-19

Interesting story line but dreadful story telling.

The story line was very inventive however some of the script was wrong and the narration was awful in places .....Kristina Blackstones attempts at Medieval English and Scottish was dire which in my opinion, ruined the story telling.