I don't know which was worse, the book within the book the fearless heroine was writing, or the book itself, or the narrator. By chapter 5, I was counting how many chapters were left. By chapter 8, I gave up caring about the story.
I almost stopped listening, as the self - centered nature of the heroine was irritating. I was able to get past the immaturity by imagining the heroine being a younger adult and then I could appreciate her good qualities without being so annoyed with her lack of insight. The hero was great.
voices of characters didn't do so well for me.... got to chapter 4 and stopped and refunded the book.
my mother READ this book and loved it. I'll try that bc I LOOOOOOVE the Dragon series. sometimes narrator can ruin it in your heart
Would you listen to Improper English again? Why?
Yes. For the humor...and the sex.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Alexandra...because she changed.
What does Saskia Maarleveld bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Emotion and tone. Male voices could use a bit of work, but otherwise good.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Any additional comments?
I'm a big fan of Katie MacAlister. I was happy to find this 2003 book made into a 2017 audiobook. What I love most about her books is her sense of humor...and her sex scenes. I'm a bit confused by some of the negative reviews. Yes, the main character is a bit annoying. She is likable, but flawed. She redeems herself in the end. I thought it was interesting that there were clips of the Medieval romance the main character was writing between chapters. Like the character, the character's writing got better. In Medieval romance, the hero must prove himself worthy of the fair lady. In this book, the heroine must prove she is worthy of the hero. I really liked this book and thought it was very funny and sexy.