Review for The Snow White Bride in Audio

The Snow White Bride, a medieval romance by Claire DelacroixThere were some new reviews posted last week for my medieval romances in audio, so it’s past time that I share them with you here.

First up, Debbie posted a showcase on the series along with her review of The Snow White Bride on her blog. Here’s part of her review:

“Claire Delacroix beautifully continues the Jewels of Kinfairlie series with the recent named Laird of Kinfairlie’s love story. Featuring lies, deception, deceit and subterfuge she magically takes me back into the far past with a narrative and dialogue that hints of the Highlands, with characters so richly developed they have no trouble appearing in my mind’s eye and backdrops so period perfect I can almost smell the strewing herbs placed on the floor of the keep and the sweet savory scent of the majestic steeds in their stables. Her stars are quite the star-crossed medieval couple and with bated breath and nail-biting trepidation I continually waited for the inevitable doomed other shoe to fall and was pleasantly rewarded for all my anxiety. The Snow White Bride is book three in the Jewels of Kinfairlie series was first published in 2005, re-released in 2012 and available in audible June-2015.

The audible edition is narrated by the mesmerizing lyrical voice of the sensational Saskia Maarleveld whose vocal range perfectly portrayed each and every character from impish young women and children to old men, old crones, adult male warriors and dastardly foes. And her familiarity of Claire’s tales and characters only increases the brilliance of her narrations.

You can read the rest right here. Thanks Deb!

You can listen to an audio sample from The Snow White Bride right here.

Check back at noon today for the second audio review of the week!

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