©2003 Amanda Quick; (P)2003 Books on Tape, Inc.
"As this engaging effort demonstrates, Quick has the Regency murder-mystery mix down to a fine science." (Publishers Weekly)
"Quick...continues to be one of the best and brightest voices in the romance genre." (Booklist)
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"Mystery and romance"
Delightful listen. The mystery was very nicely constructed. I loved the returning characters as well as a couple of new ones that were introduced. The story took some nice twists and turns and ended happily. The narrator does a great job of creating the characters. Worth the listen. I'm sorry the next Tobias and Lovina story hasn't been written yet.
"Late for the Wedding"
I enjoyed this sequel very much. The narrator is a new favorite. A fun romantic/mystery/comedy.
"The Absolute Best"
Riviting, thoughful, passionate
Imogen since she portrayed a strong, principled, passionate and smart woman; very relatable even to our modern women.
Hey tone, expression and accent brings the book alive. I can easily imagine being in the Old English City and part of the Ton.
Memento Mori Men
I absolutely love Amanda Quick.... Was introduced at the Roanoke Public Library in 1995 and I've been a fan since. The books do come alive when narrated, especially in an English accent... Audible has blessed me since I now have unlimited access all the way in the Caribbean.
"Good, light read"
Amanda Quick always writes books that are fun, light reading. They're not Pulizer, but they ARE enjoyable.....!!!
Love the reader.
There are three books in this series once again the English accent made it for me, I enjoyed every word it left me wanting more of the pair i do hope there will be more on them, they are kinda family now
"well written but too familiar"
another outing with this engaging pair. I do wish Quick would make this her last macabre book for a while. the subject I was never very interesting.
Enjoyed this series a few years ago and liked them even more on the second listen.
"Wonderful story, poorly narrated"
I tremendously enjoy Amanda Quick's novels, they are engaging and fun. This is one of my favorite's, I enjoy Tobias & Lavinia's interactions. However, the English accent of the narrator was forced and consequently she overly enunciated each and every word which was very distracting to the story. A real shame...
"Very unrealistic historical mystery/romance."
This started quite well, but I soon got bored with it.
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