Midnight Waltz

  • by Jennifer Blake
  • Narrated by Suzanne Toren
  • 14 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

She has no idea what to expect...
In the aristocratic world of the magnificent plantations of nineteenth-century Louisiana, young Amalie knows how to behave as the new mistress at Belle Grove, but her arranged marriage to Julien Declouet is full of surprises.He's as different as night and day...Amalie finds her husband perfectly polite, although oddly aloof, by day, but a completely different man when he visits her in her chambers at night, full of white-hot emotions and passion that sweeps her away. As the steamy Louisiana summer swelters onward, and the mystery of her husband's dual personalities intensifies, the once-innocent Amalie finds herself embroiled in one turbulent scandal after another...


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Customer Reviews

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just didnt make it.

Any additional comments?

I felt like this story was right there to getting good but some how it feel short I just didn't do it for me the narrator was just ok. don't know if ill be reading any more Jennifer blake

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- Elio

The hero's voice needs to be redone

What did you like best about Midnight Waltz? What did you like least?

The historical setting and glimpse into how their lives might have been. The narrator's voice characterization of the hero, Robert.

What did you like best about this story?

The mystery and development of the characters caught in circumstances where they all want to please each other, even as conflicted as it may seem.

What three words best describe Suzanne Toren’s voice?

Range, clarity, articulate.

Was Midnight Waltz worth the listening time?

Yes and no. If you enjoy the story, it's most definitely worth the time. Any shortcomings are overcome by the positive aspects of the performance.

Any additional comments?

The one voice that needed to be exceptional was that of the hero, Robert. He is a young, strong man in his prime. I imagine his voice deep, vibrant, and baritone. Unfortunately his voice was the one the narrator ruined. He sounded like an ancient, southern, septuagenarian. I imagined him wearing seersucker and suspenders. She made him sound scratchy, as in coughing and drew out his words in a blah, blah way. When he whispered, it should have been a hushed, murmur with a hint of southern, sultry charm. He definitely needs a redo to make the narrated version true to the story.

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- thinkcarefully

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-19-2012
  • Publisher: Audible Studios