Someone wants Alyce Hythe dead...
Shunned from London society for being the daughter of England's most notorious spy, Alyce Hythe desires only to clear her father's name. For years, she has been hidden away from all prying eyes, given a new identity and told to forget who she was. But strange things have been happening causing old rumors to once more be whispered. Long has Lord Julian Casvelyn lived with guilt brought on when his brother was murdered by England's most infamous traitor. But one eventful night has changed everything Lord Julian believed about his brother's death. Never did he suspect the woman he has just saved from certain harm is the daughter of that man. Now Julian is caught in midst of a conspiracy and desire for that woman. Thrown together by fate, the two search for answers long denied them and along the way discover a love that can free them both.
©2012 Jerri Hines (P)2014 Jerri Hines
Yes but I'm sorry, i would avoid this narrator
Yes I would read another book from Colleen Connally, as the story was ok.
A different narrator
"Interesting story, terrible narrator"
This book needs a different narrator. It was incredibly difficult to tell what she was saying from line to line.
When the truth about Alyce's father and her true identity are revealed to Julian.
Rosalyn Landor or Clarissa Knightley.
I was provided a free Audible credit for this audiobook by the author in return for an honest review.
"ANOTHER BOOK RUINED BY NARRATOR"
This could have been a good book but I guess I'll never know because by Chapter 7 the AWFUL Narrator had given me a headache and I'd lost the plot completely so I gave up and took 2 painkillers.
When are the PIC's ('people in charge') of converting a paperback book into an Audio book ever going to understand that the choice of a Narrator is a vital part in giving the listener a good or bad listening experience and so it's worth spending that bit extra for an accomplished one otherwise just don't bother doing it. So PIC's, if you take the time to look back at 5 star listens you will see that the Narrator has played a big part in achieving the transformation of the written word and has successfully breathed life into all the characters, given them personalities and infused events with all the relevant emotions and it's this ability that makes us want to listen to them until the very end and to recommend the book on that basis.
Worth a credit? I wouldn't listen to it even if it was free so NO WAY NO HOW is it creditworthy. But 'Sample' the listen for yourselves and see if you could persevere where I have failed.
"But I did finish it"
Why? Why did the characters do what they did? Why did I suffer through the whole book?
This was dreadful. The narration was one of the worst I've listened to. Certainly not the worst but right up there - although I did like the narrator's voice. Her cadence and timing were off.
For whatever reason, I forced myself to finish this. It was confusing and tedious. The Epilogue was good.
I already have the second book. I think I'll wait a while before attempting that.
"Hard to follow"
This story was so hard to follow and the narrator made it worse by speaking in run on sentences. I will listen to any book even when they are bad but this one I had to keep playing over and over so I could try to follow it. I finally gave up. Not sure how it ended and couldn't really tell you a summary of the story.
The narrator could have changed her voice more and spoke in different pitches. Also seemed like the sentences just ran on and on so I was lost by who the character was and who was who.
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