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Wolf Creek Ghosts

Texas Pack, Book 3
De : Jo Ellen
Lu par : Jonathan Waters
Série : Texas Pack, Volume 3
Durée : 3 h et 42 min
Catégories : Anglais - Romance, Fantasy

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Devlin meets his mate near his home, when her car breaks down. He knows instantly she is his mate, but he has some concerns. She talks to imaginary people.

Olivia enjoys nice clothes, manicures, and helping ghosts that are lost or lonely. Talking to dead people is commonplace for her. Meeting a man claiming to be her mate - and a werewolf - blows her mind.

They will work together to send an evil ghost to the fate that awaits his darkened soul.

©2015 Jo Ellen (P)2015 Jo Ellen

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  • 28/11/2019

I Couldn't finish it.... Not worth the frustration

The story had promise at first. But, it's rushed. The characters aren't developed, the story line difficult to believe...

But what really killed it was the narration. I dont want to be mean to either the author nor the narrator and I think with practice, both could become far better. But simply put, this is a very amateur listen, not professional at all.

The narrator also had promise, especially with the narration voice and at first, the main Male character. But his accents and female voices are HORRIFIC! There is not other word to describe it.

His female voice is the WORST female southern accent I've EVER heard!!!!! BY FAR!!!! DUDE! NO ONE ACTUALLY talks like that! It was WAY over the top, over-emphasized and so bad that it completely distracts from the story. :(

Second, there is a BIG difference between a "scottish" accent and an Irish one. And, keep your accents straight! Sometimes the supporting character Niall (who is supposed to be Scottish) sounds Irish and sometimes, he sounds almost INDIAN. Like, wait.... WHAT? YES! No Joke! Not once did that character sound Scottish :-/ ... THEN, the ONE character's voice the narrator excelled at, he changed it mid-book so it didn't even sound like the same character! Narrator, What, What, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!?!?! (facepalm).

Both the author and the narrator could do well in this field with more practice. But even as a free listen, I couldn't complete it. I just got more and more frustrated, almost angry, wishing I would have read reviews before downloading, free or not.

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