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I almost really enjoyed this book. However I truly hate having to rewind to see what I missed only to discover I hadn't missed anything but rather a jump from point A to point D had occurred with NO explanation of how it could even sort of be possible. GRRR... A lot of this story was very rushed as if skimming the story because it could not be allowed to go over a specific number of words. In the process however a LOT of potential was skipped, parts of the story totally misplaced and a sense that it was a tale being retold by someone who didn't remember it all... Which was such a shame as the opportunity was there to create something very special. The basic tale was good even if full of holes. The characters were strong on personality and individuality but not totally opaque. The drama and emotions and theatricality of it was not reached. Honestly, it was as if someone had a FABULOUS idea but was too lazy to tell it.
NARRATOR: There is a very distinct possibility that the narrator was the one saving grace with this audible book. With such a remarkable talent as Jeff Leslie telling the tale it was enjoyable just to "listen".
CREDITWORTHY? Not really. Unremarkably passable... but not worth my last credit!
HEAT FACTOR: There was intimacy but with no Sexual tension. So no, no heat at all but perhaps a warm breeze.
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ive read a c lot of c scottish romances and i hadcto force myself to listen to all of it. The phrasing, the way it was written was very plain. But the worst thing was the narration........ ontop of an ordinary book he destroyed it. The woman's vouce sounded like it was a joke. No i couldn't say i would recommend this to anyone!