Having just finished listening again to the Audible produced Georgette Heyer triptych of the exquisitely talented British actor Richard Armitage—with the image below of him recording Hamlet Prince of Denmark audiobook (image from Audible, circa 2014, via Simonne, Thanks!)–
read frothy regency romance novels over the last two weekends—The Convenient Marriage, Sylvester, and Venetia —I am yearning for another Richard Armitage narrated romance to listen to. Sighhh!
No length yet though. Yikes! I’m hoping for not more than five hours. I can easily do that in 2 or 3 sittings over a weekend—and still get in some time for my own writing.
Or author David Hewson has a link for info on how to get the audiobook free–via weekly Saturday trivia tests that you take and save, then submit the answers November 20th:
“Romeo and Juliet, narrated by Richard Armitage, will go live on Audible worldwide on December 6. But we’ve a few goodies to offer you before then. The first is the chance to win the audiobook for free the moment it comes out. But you will have to work for it, and learn a little about the coming book along the way.”
Oooh! I can’t wait to be immersed in the timeless story of Romeo and Juliet: A Novel, as narrated by Richard Armitage and his amazing voice! So much so, that I have even mocked up a CD Audiobook cover for them below:
Nota Bene: Romeo and Juliet artwork painted by Frank Dicksee – http://www.alchimea.it/images/dicksee-romeo_and_juliet.jpg , Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=6649000
I went ahead and preordered Romeo and Juliet: A Novel by Davie Hewson and narrated by Richard Armitage—just to make sure that I get the lower pre-sale audiobook price of $19.95 + tax. Yet I will still have fun perusing David Hewson’s trivia contest. Ha!
And when I crave this or another period romance story told lushly and masterfully, then Richard Armitage narrating an Audible audiobook is my “Dear Delight” of choice. ;->