In Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller's compelling tale of duplicity, romance, and redemption, Sophie Broadmoor risks losing wealth and reputation when she's swept off her feet by a dashing stranger. On an 1897 Atlantic crossing, Sophie meets a widower whose promises make her heart sing. But when she finds herself in a compromising situation, she's glad a true gentleman comes to her rescue.More
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Narration or Recording?
Probably not, but that is ONLY because I have so many, many other books I want to get through before I die. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book, and laughed out loud several times.
When Sophie realized what "love" really is.
Linda's narration was wonderful, as I was able to recognize voices of characters before they were identified. Although, I started realizing about half way through "Part 1" that the "s" sound was dropped off at the end of sentences, if the word should have ended with and "s" sound. It doesn't occur with in a sentence, though, so I wonder if it was the recording? It "distracted" me for the rest of the book, as I found myself "finishing" those words in my mind, but I still enjoyed her deliverance.
Gets better as you go along...
- Julie R. VanderMate