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It was great to have a female hero saving the male figure but the title was a bit misleading. While the male lead character was a prince, or heroine is not a princess nor was she in peril. She was calm while assertive the entire time. That being said, it is a decent story that kept be engrossed the entire time.
I enjoyed the narration by the actress and she did well with the variety of characters.
I received this book from the publisher/aurhor/narrator in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Narration - Melanie Fraser - Pretty Good
Narrated with primarily a British accent and there was some Russian. Her males aren't super strong, but I loved her British accent. I could listen to that all day long!
First and foremost, I think this is a mystery. I may need to listen to this again because all the sudden it turned into a romance and apparently I missed that whole part. I was pretty confused when all the sudden the character of Lynn was thinking in her head that she was in love with Serge. Also, I'm confused about the title/blurb vs. the book. The book I listened to, he's a Duke, not a Prince and were they to get together, she would be a Duchess, not a Princess...so there's that.
The mystery part though was actually pretty enjoyable as Lynn figures out that there's something just a little weird about this job she's taken caring for this man who supposedly is suffering from Malaria. They embark on a cross country quest to try to squelch the sinister plot of the good doctor and his evil accomplice.
As I said, the romance sort of came out of nowhere and seemed like a non sequitur to the rest of the plot, but other than that. I enjoyed this little listen!
I received a copy of this audiobook free of charge from Audiobookblast in exchange for an unbiased review
This is a mystery/espionage romance that held quite a few surprises for me and just when I thought the story was going one way, it changed direction and went in another. Needless to say, this held my interest and kept me guessing.
I loved that Serge's nurse, Lynn, was very capable and bright enough to see very early on what was happening to Serge. She followed her instincts throughout the book and this endeared me to her.
Serge seemed to be a very ethical and compassionate man who cared very much for the well-being of his people.
Together they make an awesome pair.
Once again our narrator, Melanie Fraser has done a magnificent job of bringing this story to life. I particularly loved her renditions of the Russian/English voices. Spot on! She really is extremely versatile.
I am happy to recommend this book/audiobook for your enjoyment and entertainment,
I was supplied with a free copy of the audiobook version by the narrator and this is my unbiased review.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Princess in Peril to be better than the print version?
Not having read the print version I don't feel that I am suitably qualified to give an opinion as to which is better. I can tell you however, that this is an expertly narrated tale with perfect clarity of tone, expression and diversity in character voice.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
I enjoyed the gothic feel to the story. Lynn and her patient were isolated in a country mansion in Yorkshire and the people she worked for were suitably creepy which added to the atmosphere.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
I enjoyed the scenes where Lynn was slowly discovering that things were not as they seemed at the mansion and that she was looking after no ordinary patient. The story took many exciting turns as the pair made their escape.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
This is not a long book. I enjoyed listening to it in one sitting.
Any additional comments?
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com. <br/>