Fiction

The Bride of the Wilderness

Charles McCarry
Read by Pam Ward

Pam Ward portrays McCarry’s fascinating characters with verve and animation in this period romance. She convincingly depicts the young and high-spirited Fanny as she journeys from London to New England during the French and Indian War with her godfather, Oliver Barebones, and his willful, eccentric wife, Rose. Ward’s steady, clear alto sounds tense and fearful when Fanny experiences a night attack by the French and Indians, is captured, and is finally rescued by Philippe, her French lover. Ward’s reading reflects the many emotions of these characters, especially those of Fanny and Philippe as they discover a new life in the untamed wilderness. S.C.A. © AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2008]

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The Bride of the Wilderness 2018-10-20T20:01:43+00:00

Breaking Free

Lauraine Snelling
Read by Pam Ward

This complex horse-centered romance gets a warm, fuzzy audio treatment. Maggie Roberts is serving time in prison for a reckless driving accident that killed her son. She enrolls in an experimental program that allows her to work with retired thoroughbred racehorses. Pam Ward manages to beautifully express Maggie’s life, suggesting her powerful emotions of hope, fear, distrust, and love. When Maggie meets Gil Winters and his wheelchair-bound son, Edward, she begins to rebuild her life. Ward is equally adept at reading male, female, and child roles. Her poignant pacing allows listeners to fully empathize with Maggie and Gil’s emotions. S.C.A. © AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine [Published: MAY 2008]

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Breaking Free 2018-10-20T20:01:43+00:00