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Tempting Torment

Jo Goodman ✓ 6 Characters

Married and angel What he didn t expect was to fall in love with the woman that was making his life difficultAn amazing story that keeps you wanting There s intrigue deception and kidnapping Emotional and passionate keep the reader on a roller coaster ride that keep one glued to every single pagei received this book for free single pageI received this book for free eBook Discovery I voluntarily review this book This is my honest review This Review Is Mostly To Comment is mostly to comment what an audio reader gives or takes away from a book I definitely got the feeling this book would have been better probably 4 stars had I read it myself Jill Tanner is consistently irritating in her reading of books for me Here s a rundown of things she does that irritate the heck out of me and ruin a book many good ones1 Her male voices sound too feminine That said she still manages to give them an nfemininely annoying ality Even though they aren t deep enough to resonate as a man without adding too much of my own imagination they are dintinctly gruff and nasally It s disconcerting to add this much of my own ignore reader factor to get past it and stay focused on the writer s work itself2 Her females sound too old for their ages A lot of readers have this problem for me Many times the narrator is an older woman and older women s voices tend to drop a bit from when they were younger Many great readers can give their voice a bit higher note without sounding sueaky to get by this problem It s ite markedly lacking with Tanner when her heroine is supposed to be 20 22 years old yet sounds 40 50 It s just another Asylum and Other Stories uality that takes away from the book 3 She has little to no voice inflection change to each of the charactersnless she throws on a heavy cockney accent to some of them In this one the hero was an American but he sounded like any other British character in the story I Banana Fish, Tome 14 : understood that people in America in the late 1700 s may very well have had British accents still but his character was born and raised in America and the accent was as heavy as ever She should have at least toned it down 4 In this one Tanner did what is my number 1 pet peeve on narrators which was she made them all sound fairly cynical andnlikeable in her delivery The hero sounds perpetually pissed off at everyone and everything with the voice inflections she gives him Goodman can walk a fine line anyway with how antagonistic she can write her characters and Tanner made me hate this hero even when I started realizing toward the end of the middle that the book was getting better I was having to REALLY edify my listening to get past her rendition of the hero especially Neither hero nor heroine were that likeable to begin with through half the book due to her narration Noah treated the heroine with overwhelming distain for her lying and Jessa well lied at every turn to him over and over which even wore me out With this type of premise I felt it was ESSENTIAL that the reader should put a LOT of empathy into the delivery of each character so that I the listener could at least try to appreciate where they were coming from and why they were so validated in their positions and reactions Instead Tanner made the hero so gumpy and grouchy and just plain MEAN to the heroine SO MUCH that I hated him and didn t feel a scrap of sympathy for his position It didn t make any sense that I should be that Cirsova (Issue unfeeling for him when the heroine was lying her pants off and deceiving him CONSTANTLY She was supposed to have very good reasons for doing so but agian no empathy injection into the character by the reader just left me feeling cold 4 Spots where the Hh were supposed to be having fun FINALLY and this is a REEEALLLY LOOONNNNGGG book she gave no lightness or fun spark sounds to at all Just didn t make me believe it 5 Finally is it possible to make a villainous sound like. Their marriage vows But baby Gideon and her own hidden secrets must be protected even as Noah's passionate demands tempt her to trust him with everything the truth her life and her heartLead To True PassionsNoah has every intention of getting his due from the cunning female who's. Noah is the calm peace loving brother with an inconvenient tendency towards seasickness It is therefore almost cruel that his family voted him as the most suitable candidate tondertake an inspection of his in laws properties in England Next to seasickness Noah also dislikes rocking carriages but on this particular journey he is distracted by Jessa and her son Gideon a journey that results in him almost losing his life and culminates in a marriage that he can t really remember It galls Noah to realise that he was coerced into marriage even if his wife is very much to his liking When he decides to take his new wife with him back to America his reasons aren t immediately clear even to himself However he his reasons aren t immediately clear even to himself However he realise that Jessa has an rgent need to remove herself and her baby from England and that she to remove herself and her baby from England and that she in danger For The 3rd final book in the McClellans trilogywell done JOu presented all d stories in dis trilogy superbly all d 3 books could be read as standalone stories still d connect was never brokenkuddos to dis book also turned out good in The Volleyball Coaching Bible - Volume II (The Volleyball Coaching Bible, ur kitty Another gripping romantic adventure involving the McClellans this story is about Noah McClellan who is in England to manage his brother and sister in laws estates and Jessa Winter a lady who becomes a nanny due to circumstances she is On the run with the heir of an Estate his life in danger from his guardian who wants the baby dead As his nanny she ll do anything to protect him Noah isnknowingly dragged into her scheme of things gets married to herBoth of dem fall in love on d way to americaall d elements r present in d book There s intrigue deception kidnapping romance action adventure passion sex highway men angle the author Jo has successfully scriptted dis book it is fast paced not boring at all the plot is well developed written sowell dat i read d book in one sitting as it was very captivatingJo has a very good penmanship her story concepts r fresh i loved all d 3 books in d series not a single book disappointed me it is worth a read i would recommend it as it is a must read i would like to read of JO s books I received this book for free from eBook Discovery I voluntarily review this book This is my honest review This was another adventure packed story in this enjoyable series It has secrets intrigue revenge and some romance I did feel the pace was slow at times but this didn t stop me reading Diccionario trilingüe Miskitu - Sumu-Mayangna - Español until the end I can t say I immediately took to Jessica as not only did shese Noah at a time of his physical weakness but also lied consistently It was good to catch p with the rest of the McClellan family but this can easily be read as a standalone I received a copy from eBooks Discovery and have voluntarily and honestly reviewed it I love Jo Goodman but this dated book was difficult to get through I got whiplash from the hero s emotional bipolar actions throughout most of the book Heck I wanted to jump overboard with the heroine to get away from himbetter yet push him over The last 14 of the book was the best part of the book but really couldn t save the rating I wish he wasn t sure an ass at first The final in the McClellans trilogy focuses on Noah McClellan and Jessa Winter On the run with the heir of an Estate his life in danger from his guardian who wants the baby dead As his nanny she ll do anything to protect him pretending she s anything to protect him Pretending she s widow the opportunity arises to marry a man on deaths door and travel to America as his widow Unfortunately for her he survived and now she s married to a man she knows nothing aboutexcept that he s trustworthy incredibly handsome and she s extremely attracted to him Noah McClellan was in England to manage his brother and sister in laws estates everything was going according to plan ntil it wasn t He fell into lust with a widow in a carriage was shot by bandits and. False PretensesDesperate to escape to America with her life and that of the infant in her arms Jessa Winter ickly weds a mortally wounded man planning to flee England as his widow She doesn't count on Noah McClellan's will to live or his determination to make her deliver on all of. A total biddy to the point where I hated her than I even should have She was described as startlingly beautiful and haughty Instead she just sounded like an old biddy It was all wrong Tanner should have made her sound beautiful and sly instead She was way off the mark for this character audiobooks are all mark for this character Audiobooks are ALL the reader s acting abilities because they are not like reading a book yourself They are like listening to a very long movie A really talented reader can turn a so so book into a fantastic experience and likewise a crummy reader can make a decent book cringe worthy Tanner s
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is just out annoying I remember when I bought this book thinking I probably should skip it when I saw that Jill Tanner was the reader I ve barely gotten by her renditions of better books than this before but I tend to like Jo Goodman and the pickings for historical romances are getting slim for me I ve listened to a lot of audiobooks Historical romances are my favorites so I thought I d give her one shot AARRG Never again I ve had it with this reader and if I really want to experience any other books I see she s the narrator on I ll just buy the book and read it myself 3 maybe 35 stars for Jo Goodman s writing 1 star for Jill Tanner s annoyingly consistent deliveryNote to self Put Tanner as narrator into the same file as Laurel Merlington Avoid like the PlagueK I would give five stars to Jo Goodman s skill as a writer and a story teller but this book made me want to break things This was not a love story This was a study of the nice guy condition and what happens when the nice guy thinks a woman is laughing at him It also illuminates how a misstreated woman winds p internalizing her partner s contempt of her and develops affection for her abuser I thank Goodman for taking me on this journey I ll definitely be less trigger happy in the future to ask why didn t she just leave One of the things I liked about this book was that it is long It gave me as a reader the chance to get to know the characters in depth rather than just a surface knowledge of them I couldn t put the book down because I wanted to find out what happened in the end We first meet Jessa Winter when she is a nanny We see down the road what exactly happens to her in that position She meets Noah McClellan on a stage coach where he gets injured When she thinks he is dying she ends p marrying him so that she can escape her past as his widow and get out of the country Most of the story we get to learn of both of the characters Noah McClellan is there from America to take care of some business for his family He thinks it is going to be a ick easy trip but it turns out to be nothing like what he expected to happen Jessa Winter is smart and Pirate Barbarian uick thinking except where Noah McClellan is concerned And the same goes for him about Jessa Noah is otherwise and easy going guy from what we are told that his family considers him the level headed one of the bunch That is why it is interesting to see himnnerved by Jessa on their trip across the Ocean Both Jessa and Noah seemed like real people with faults rather than the stereotypical perfect romance novel people I liked that Sometimes both characters seemed a little crazy but that tends to be life There was a villain or two The McClellan family is a great group of characters I have not read the other books in this series I will now have to go find them because I liked this one I did manage to keep A Fearless Heart : Why Compassion is the Key to Greater Wellbeing up with this book as a stand alone fine I received this book for free from ebook discovery I voluntarily review this book This is my honest review 45 stars Another gripping romantic adventure involving the McClellans The courage of a defenseless baby s nanny to preserve the infant s life from his greedy guardians and the lengths she took to keep him alive to the extent of. Played him for a fool As they sail for America he is torn between outrage and growing tenderness for this beautiful woman he now calls wife Jessa's recklessness nearly cost him his life yet he cannot fight the burgeoning desire to tease and tempt her into sharing than just his nam.