AudioFile Picks: Audiobook Reviews 3/2/18
It's no secret that we at RT love reading romance! And if you happen to see us with headphones on, but no book in hand, it's likely that we're listening to an audiobook. But audiobooks depend on more than just the plot, it takes an excellent narrator to bring the story to life. This is where AudioFile comes in, a print-and-digital magazine that reviews audiobooks so you know which stories are worth listening to. We've partnered with AudioFile to bring you a selection of romantic audiobook reviews every week!
Narrator Karen White returns the listener to San Francisco and the friends of Jill Shalvis's Heartbreaker Bay series.
Proby's contemporary romance is told from the point of view of both main characters, in alternating chapters, making it a natural for dual narration.
When Emma barges into Ash’s library wearing a wedding dress, he takes the opportunity to fulfill both of their needs, complete with stipulations to ensure this will be only a marriage of convenience—no love required or desired.
The Paris Secret by Karen Swan, read by Lucy Price-Lewis
Narrator Lucy Price-Lewis delivers an incredible array of voices. Whether she's moving from one accent to another, portraying a young person or an adult, or delivering dialogue that is frantic or demure, Price-Lewis's rapid exchanges are fluid.
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