When it comes to getting what he wants, Asher Barrington is a hammer who is known for crushing his opponents. From the moment Emily walks into his office and challenges him, winning takes on a whole new meaning.
The only thing standing between Emily Harris and her goal to open a museum for the blind is an arrogant, sexy-as-hell billionaire, who thinks sleeping with her will not complicate the situation. He won't change. She won't back down. But together they sizzle.
©2015 Ruth Cardello (P)2016 Ruth Cardello
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"worst audio recording ever."
the book would have been so much better if they had chosen a voice that matched the characters in the story. The entire time I felt like the characters were misrepresented by The Voice. What should have been strong characters seem weak and timid because of the voices.
Good grief. Robin Rowan can't narrate worth a crap. When Ryan came into Asher's office I thought it was a woman with a man's name. It wasn't! It was a man that sounded exactly like a girl. And Asher's voice wasn't any better. If a narrator can't do a man's voice then she shouldn't pretend to be a narrator. Eventually the book is going to say something about Asher's deep sexy voice and that's just not going to happen. He's going to sound just like a girl. I don't know who's choosing these narrators but they do a lousy job. I can see this kind of narration happening in 2009 or 2010 or 2011 but this is 2016, almost 2017, so there's no excuse for this kind of reading. Aren't you women narrators embarrassed doing men's voices that sound just like yours? Ruth Cardello if you're the one choosing the narrators you need to choose someone who can pretend to sound like a man. This narrator ruined the book, I don't care what anyone says. At only 5% I had to quit listening. AND that's a shame.
I would like to say that the description tells us what the book is about or we can zip over to Amazon or Goodreads and look at reviews. This is AUDIBLE! What we need to review is the narrator. Does he or she suck? Why? Is he or she too nasal-y, too sweet for the kind of book he or she is reading, to gruff, too bland, too robotic, lacks emotion. Is he or she doing nothing but reading the book? Not changing his or her voice for the male and female voices? Is the narrator sounding the same whether she or he is reading a whisper spoken?
Most of us on AUDIBLE don't really care what the book is about. We want to know about the narrator!
I'll just READ the book. Never mind the horrid listening.
"Always Mine review"
Thanks to the author Ruth Cardello for the complimentary gift. Robin Rowan does an outstanding job.
Asher. Loved the growth in his character.
Asher and Sophie.
"Narrator fine. My ears must be weird"
I didn't hear anything wrong with the narrator.
She's not the best reader but I don't think she deserves such a roasting.
It's a simple love story with billionaires. They're all similar but all have their own nuances.
I enjoy Ruth Cardello and will continue with the series.
I was bracing myself for a horrendous reader, I was pleasantly surprised!
"Why romance gets a bad rap"
Full of cliches- the story meanders through one non-event after another. It's a perfect example of why people say romance novels are simplistic and take little talent to write. Then add a sing-song, breathy narrator and I couldn't wait for the end to come. Giving two stars was generous. Very generous.
Great listen, very entertaining. Ruth Cardello is so good and hit the spot every time.
Never boring or predictable.
No particular one.
All ove it.
"Love This Story!!!"
After falling in love with the Andrades, it was nice to come back to a new series and touch base with them again. The narrator was, for the most part, very into the narration, but at times seemed a little dull. Huge fan of Ruth Cardello, so I look forward to listening to the rest of the series!!!
"Not for me"
This book is an erotic romance love story.
Nope sorry this was not my kind of book, it is good but I could not understand the characters or certain scenes. Sorry
Asher is used to getting what he wants and when he wants it, so when a property he is investing in becomes and issue with a certain woman. He takes a personal interest in removing her, but is wont be so easy since the min she walked into his office he becomes more involved than he intended to.
Emily lost her mother whom was blind and taught her daughter the importance of art, as did her grandfather and so on. Turning art into the blind was her dream and nothing is going to stop her from creating a memory of a museum for the impaired. But one man is stopping her. After befriending his family her plans change and falling in love was the hardest thing she every did.
"The protagonist is a narcissist"
Ugh this story was so frustrating! There was literally no chance for a successful museum as it initially stood. If Emily had half a brain in her head. She would have sized up the situation in the first few chapters and leverage herself a sweet deal. The end!
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