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A Bachelor's Dream

Gelesen von Lynda Marie Neilson

(3,034 Sterne; 29 Bewertungen)

This is a wonderfully written novel by Mrs. Hungerford about the perennial bachelor and the various interests in his life, where he is a doctor by trade. From taking care of his sister's children to a possible love on the horizon, the author keeps us on our toes in this quick read of a book with its many unexpected twists and turns! (3 hr 26 min)


Chapter I


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Chapter II


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Chapter III


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Chapter IV


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Chapter V


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Chapter VI


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Chapter VII


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Chapter VIII and Last


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narration nightmare

(1 Sterne)

Please LibriVox, this narrator should be re-evaluated as she takes on more and more reading assignments. We thank her for her hard work but her narrative voice is so jarring and dissonant that members have to pass on any new works she narrates and she seems to be narrating the majority of new fiction. Please reassign her to genres that are less popular

When first love comes late in life, its heart is based, not only on the truly i…

(5 Sterne)

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I could never in a 100 years listen to this narrator.

Good book, poor narrator.

(4 Sterne)

I don't like to complain about the narrators, because I really do appreciate what they do. However, this narrator is beyond awful. She mispronounces a lot of words and her cadence is off.

(0,5 Sterne)

Hi, I lasted 40 secs. Dreadful, nasally, stunted narration. God almighty. PLEASE don't accept, useless narrators. This is the 3rd person, I've found dreadful tonight.

(2,5 Sterne)

A good murder mystery, but the words are a little halted, which makes it a little hard to understand.

(5 Sterne)

very interesting story. some miss prounciations

Fun story

(5 Sterne)

At least you can understand the reader's words and she has great inflection... reading not too fast, nor too slow, nor monotone.