From Publishers Weekly
Renaissance Productions is launching a new series of romance titles, My Romance, read by actors from popular daytime TV soap dramas. Sofer and Kurth have both played major roles on General Hospital. Kurth, with his deep resonant voice, really sounds like he means it when he introduces the story, telling listeners about "a love so intensely powerful it endures centuries, across oceans, even lifetimes." Sofer, reading the parts of the female protagonist, art historian Kacey Mallory, comes across young and innocent, at times whispery and dewy-eyed, and giving the sensation that she's genuinely getting lost inside the story. Kacey, an American, has traveled to Draycott Abbey, a remote British manor house, in search of a lost Whistler painting. There, she also discovers a handsome British viscount awaiting her. Swells of canned orchestrated music augment the two-tiered telling, providing needed breaks in the hot-and-heavy narrative. Together, it's a professional-quality package, making good its delivery of niche-audience material. (Apr.)
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"Forget all the other audio tapes you've ever heard. Not one of them comes close to this, the newest offering in the My Romance series. This inspired combination of impassioned reading and evocative music will truly sweep you away. I know it knocked me out--and I'm the author!" -- Christina Skye, author of Enchantment; May 15, 1998
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"The creators of My Romance definitely have their finger on the pulse of romance. Once again,producer/director Gregg Marx feeds the romantic part of my soul with Enchantment, the latest edition in the My Romance series. -- Taylor Johnson, The Microsoft Network Soap Forum; May 1, 1998