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What made the experience of listening to Falling for You the most enjoyable?
There are the errors in editing 7-8 hour with with sporadic parts from other book
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Decent story. Light and fluffy summer reading. Somewhat improbable, but light romantic fantasy reading. This is my second time through, so decent enough for a re-listen.
Great narration. Top-notch narrator. Good inflection. Nice grasp of emotions and voices.
CRAP editing. Since the last time I listened was about a year ago, I forgot but sincerely hope this will be fixed by the next time I download it. Thank goodness for Whispersynch.
Chapter 20: (Story is at a critical part where h confronts H. AKA WORST POSSIBLE TIME FOR A SCREW UP)
"I don't understand." Her eyes searched his for answers. He took a breath and let it out in an------
"Pleased to meet you," she said in a low, husky voice. "So, this is Pearl Island.........one of the possible resting places of Jean Le Feat's treasure"-----
"As we grew older, we started doing things on our own because we enjoyed...... Somewhere along the way, it quit being a question and----------
"My father raised me on tales of the pirates.........which is why he named me Jackie"-------
"No, of course not. There's more to it than that," isn't there? The thought stopped him cold. A realization.......which was why kissing her felt so wrong------------
"So, which one of you wants to fill me in on this shindig tomorrow night?....................they'll need a hotel and rental car while we're here"--------
(unintelligible) felt like they were back up on a precipice, but this time, he knew nothing would hold him back. He was ready to take the final step over the edge. "Aurora, (spoiler not going to type)." "What," she whispered as her expression filled with-------------
"That's alright, I'll stay on my ship," Jackie stated....................."Where you live," Adrian frowned, "As in full-time?" Jackie gave him a challenging look. "Do you have a problem with that,"----------------
he smiled gently and cupped her cheek with his palm..................
This isn't on the author or the narrator. This is production. Someone needs to take care of business like a professional. The author and her series should not have to suffer because of production laziness.
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