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What did you love best about London Bound?
Interracial Love of course. I also enjoyed the fact that it was in London. It just makes me as a reader hope in love, the places beyond my own vicinity.
What was one of the most memorable moments of London Bound?
When she and him first meets him of course. Oh no, I don't want to spoil anything. Actually I would have to say it's when she's at the party and she happens upon a certain couple. The emotion from both characters each dealing with their past in their own way. That part stuck out to me the most.
Have you listened to any of Graham Halstead and Kitty Bang ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have not listened to their performances, but I will make this note about them; when the woman does Alexi's voice, he seems so much more sensual and tender than when the man reads Alexi. I don't know if it's an accent thing, but I thought it was so much hotter when she read his parts. It's not a bad note, it just really stuck out to me. The other characters come alive when the both of them read. You'll see what I mean if you purchase it.
Any additional comments?
Good Credit. Can't wait to read about the other brother...
9 of 10 people found this review helpful
When I first started listening to this book my mind went to “Oh no another one of those.” But after continuing to listen the story took enough twists and turns that it kept me listening. Although I had to stop and come back to it. Therefore it took me three days to actually listen to the whole story. Abbie is in an abusive five year relationship and finally has the courage to get out. She runs not only from the apartment but from the country and lands in the class that she wanted to be in. She is a brilliant photographer and gets to train with one of the best.The first day of class the professor tells them he does not date his students so they will have to earn their degree the correct way. Her life just gets better from there. She almost gets hit by a mini cooper and is saved by none other than her professor’s brother.
The two brothers clash when they both want Abbie. Yet Abbie is drawn to the one who saved her. The brothers are hiding a secret that could endanger both of them. Yet Alexie will risk it all for Abbie.
A vindictive, dictatorial father, an abusive ex-boyfriend, a relationship that Alexie is in to protect one of his best friends, too much money, and several outsiders who contribute to the blow up and reconciliation of their relation all combine to create a pretty good story.
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2 of 2 people found this review helpful
The actors have TERRIBLE accents. Considering the story is set in the UK and Audible have a large UK audience it's ridiculous to use actors who can't do the UK voices. I had to return it, which is a shame because Nana writes good stories. The London and New Castle accents were just too distracting. Seriously awful narration.