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Publisher's Summary

You Slay Me is a lusty romance novel with amusing supernatural undercurrents. When courier Aisling Grey is dispatched to Paris to deliver a priceless dragon statue to a rich and eccentric female collector, she finds the intended recipient the apparent victim of a demonic ritual. And that's just the beginning of Aisling's discoveries.
©2004 Martha Arends; (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
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"Wickedly witty." (Booklist)
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By E. Moore on 04-01-13

You Slay Me, With Dry Mouth

If you could sum up You Slay Me in three words, what would they be?

Constant swallowing and smacking.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

The story has from funny parts especially the commentary from Jim the Newfoundland. Great zingers that had me sometimes wondering if my dogs are saying the same thing to me. This series has a lot of potential like the Dark Ones series. It took me 3 months to use a credit to listen to the book, because I was not impressed with the preview snippet. I was bored so I took a gamble with my credit.What I did not like about the book is the background noise. I could actually hear the narrator turning the pages as she was reading!!! The narrator has a smokey voice that sounds like she is smoking three packs a day and the character is in her 30s not her 60s. The worst part is the constant swallowing and smacking. I had to adjust the audio on my phone and radio to get through the book. I will continue to listen to the series, because the story line is interesting and Aisling's sidekicks are funny, but I do hope that the next books have better audios. The smoker's cough voice of Barbara is not too bad. I am getting use to her voice, but the smacking, paper shuffling, and swallowing needs to be addressed pronto.

How could the performance have been better?

The whole audio needs to be redone to eliminate all the swallowing, pages turning and smacking done by the narrator.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

I cannot see this book being made into a film. There were too many problems with the audio on this one to imagine the story line.

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By Teresa on 01-16-14

The Three Stooges.

This was a funny book, but you have to keep in mind that the heroine is an idiot and just go with the flow. The side characters Jim and Renee were great and made for some comical relief. The story is a comical paranormal romance with a lot of blundering going on, kinda a reminiscence of Stephanie Plum trying to get fugitives. I wasn't a huge fan of Drake's personality though. I have listened to Barbara Rosenblat readings before and have liked her in the past, I believe this was her poorest reading. My complaint isn't her voice but all of the swallowing and smacking and as good as the book was, this was distracting. The problem is the fault of the editor not noticing when the book was being recorded. I don't believe she has ever been that bad before because I have always liked her readings well enough in the past. I get immersed in a story and after a while the narrator either got better or I stopped noticing. I think this book was worth a credit or at least a try with a sale.

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