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I hated this. I never expected to say that about a Harper Fox book, but there it is. This didn't need to be written. And it was a freaking never going to end slog of refusal to communicate because ... I have no clue. The attitude about the US and Hollywood irritated me as well and I'm no huge fan of Hollywood and I'm more than willing to admit the problems this country has. I gave in after Chapter twenty when I realized that I had gone from living these characters to very nearly hating them. I listened to the last chapter but I'm not sure why I bothered.
Audio: I loved this narrator for the first book, but OMG, his American accent was awful. Not everyone sounds vaguely like they're from NYC. The only thing worse was his attempt at an Hispanic English accent. N9w I w9nder if his Roma accent was anything near to correct.
Absolute fail. I'm sad.
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This was a wonderful continuation of The Midwinter Prince series. This book was from both Laurie's and Sasha's POV. The words of Harper Fox combined with the narration of Rusty Coles make for a very enjoyable listening experience. Highly recommend this.
Not sure if this is the end of this series...Rusty may have given the impression at the end that it isn't [she says hopefully], but his narration was spot on yet again, with lots of different accents. His Laurie and Sasha are so tender with each other, but I knew the moment they were USA bound that there would be problems [even if it was with the best of intentions in Laurie's part, he just sort of steamrollered over Sasha's wants 😕].
The non-communication between the two really p****d me off, and made me doubt whether there would be a HEA for me to happy dance over BUT... well, listen/read for yourself. Harper Fox's writing is to die for, as per usual.