Not What She Seems

  • by Victorine E. Lieske
  • Narrated by Jacob Aaron Miller
  • 6 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Steven Ashton, a billionaire from New York, and Emily Grant, on the run from the law... and when they meet he can’t help falling for her. What he doesn’t know is that interfering in her life will put his own life in danger. When billionaire Steven Ashton couldn’t stand his high society social life anymore, he left the stress of New York on a vacation for his soul. The need to meet real down to earth people led him to a small Nebraska town. He didn’t want to lie about who he was, but he couldn’t exactly tell them the truth.
Emily could have easily fallen in love with Steven, under different circumstances, but her past was catching up with her and she needed a new life. If the authorities found out about her, she could lose the one thing that meant everything, her four year old son. Not What She Seems is a "sweet" romantic suspense, appropriate for all ages.


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Customer Reviews

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Narrator reads like a second grader!

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I bought this forgetting that I had already read it. I liked the book and the twists in the mystery. However, this narrator nearly ruined the story. He reads very choppy and flat with no emotion. I'm shocked that this audio book was released with him reading it. It was actually painful to listen to. I paid $1.99 and that was too much. The story is good - READ the book.

What did you like best about this story?

Since the book was ruined by the narration, I would have to go back and READ the book to remember what I liked best. But probably the mystery part of the book is better and more believable than the romance.

What didn’t you like about Jacob Aaron Miller’s performance?

Choppy, flat, unemotional. Reads like someone who is not used to reading aloud. Not good qualities for an audio book.

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- lovetoread

Narrator ruined it

The story might actually be better than I've rated. The problem with an audible version is that if the narrator doesn't have the right voice, tone, cadence, etc., it's difficult to separate that from the story. I had to put the speed up to 1.25x just to be able to get beyond the mechanical, computer-like reading.
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- Deirdre L. Myers

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-27-2013
  • Publisher: Victorine E. Lieske