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Someone to Love

Narrated by: Keira Grace
Length: 7 hrs and 28 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)

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Davina Trent lives for work. She spends her days at her prestigious family law firm, ending her clients’ marriages in divorce court and negotiating their hefty payoffs. Marriage is destined to fail, and family can’t be trusted. But when Trent’s cousin dies unexpectedly, Trent is the only relative left to care for his two small children. She needs a nanny fast.

All Wendy Darling ever wanted was a family. When her fiancée left her and cleared out her bank account, she didn’t think her heart would ever mend. After years abroad as a nanny, she returns to Britain to finish her degree and finally get her life back on track.

Wendy falls in love with the children, but her heart aches at the distance between Trent and the kids. Wendy’s determined to show Trent how fulfilling family life can be, and soon love begins to blossom. But will Trent have the courage to embrace her desire for Wendy and her unexpected family?

©2019 Jenny Frame (P)2019 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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loved storyline

I was particularly interested in this novel because it picked up on characters from my favorite Jenny Frame novel, Unexpected. But it was really hard to listen. Even if I weren't so used to having Nicola Victoria Vincent reading Ms Frame's novels, I would still hate the narration. The accent sounded so fake and jarring it spoilt it for me.

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  • 11-22-19

Where is Nicola Victoria Vincent ?

Always love Jenny Frame’s book. The current narrator can not hold a candle to Nicola Victoria Vincent.

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Excellent!

I loved Someone to Love. I had already read the book. But loved the audio. Keira Grace did an excellent job with the narration.

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cute story

very cute story. I'm genuinely love this narrator but British accents ( English and Scottish in this case) were not it!

But the story was cute enough to pull me in. Though some word emphasis made me cringe

I'd still listen to a million books narrated by KG no problem. Just not English books.

As always love Jenny Frame. Her Butch women always make me drool :)

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Great Story

I love Jenny Frame books and this is a wonderful addition. I loved the story itself and will get the ebook, however I was a little disappointed with the narrator. In particular her voice for Dale, to me it sounded more Indian than Scottish. Overall a wonderful story, just lacking a with the accents.

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Loved it! Now on Team Trent

First let me say that when I first learned that there would be a sequel to Expected focusing on Trent, I was a bit disappointed. Trent was not a character that I liked so didn’t see myself connecting with her story. I was totally incorrect. I absolutely loved this story!! Jenny Frame made me understand her behavior and really care about her. Trent and Wendy are an adorable couple and their love story captured my heart-Alice & Noah completed the package 😀. I also enjoyed seeing Dale and Becca again. The narration was good with the exception of the Scottish accent. The narrator did a great job with Trent and Wendy’s voices but was spotty with Dale’s Scottish accent. However, it didn’t take away how great this story was. It takes a talented writer to make readers connect and care about a character that was no where close to being liked in a previous story. Bravo Jenny Frame!! I’m firmly on Team Trent 😀👍🏾

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The Accents are atrocious!

This narrator should never ever try to do Accents. Her Scottish accent sounds like Indian, her British is mixed with American and she has problems pronouncing words.

I have listened to each of the author's previous books at least six times, but this one will be in the 'forget' pile.I can't listen to it again. I'm very disappointed.

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fantastic story, narration??

I love all of Jenny frames works either audio or book. that being said, they switched narrators for this book. it was well enough, just lacked something without the voice of the normal voice performer.

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  • eva gibbs
  • 11-26-19

good story but Scott accidentally Indian accent

the narrator makes it hard to listen, love the story. such a shame, also wish there was pregnancy like the previous book

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  • Fi
  • 11-24-19

Sigh ruined by narrator

I was excited to read a novel which focuses on Trent from the Bec and Dale universe. I suggest you read the book and don’t purchase the narration. I wonder if the author has a say in the narrator. The attempt at the Scottish accent was insulting and the intimate scenes had no feeling. Sigh, what a disappointment. I’m returning this one to get my credit back.