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Choosing the Highlander by Jessi Gage "...The narrator did a GREAT job! The variety of accents and the fact that she could do a male character who actually sounded like a male not just a female pretending to be a male. That was a nice plus there..." 10/9/16

Salt Redux by Lucinda Brant "...I have listened to Marian Hussey before and now she is one of my favourites.I have checked which books she has narrated so I can purchase.What I like is that she has a 'natural' accent....unforced .....unlike many others. Great, believable characters, excellent dialects..." 8/17/14

The Wolf and the Highlander by Jessi Gage  "...The narrator is 1 of my favourites, Marian Hussey knows how to bring characters to life right in front of you..." - 11/19/15

My Highland Love by Tarah Scott "...This is a Fantastic story. The Narriator is the best female I have ever listened to. It has lots of action and love. Wonderful!!" 9/30/16

The Danger In Daring A Lady by Emma Locke "...Marian Hussey is an excellent storyteller. The different voices she used were very apt, including a variety of accents. Marian put the emphasis in just the right places to give a deeper meaning to the dialogue..." 9/13/16

The Wolf and the Highlander by Jessi Gage "...As far as the narration, it was very good. I usually prefer dual narration because I don’t like my heroes to sound effeminate when a woman narrator tries to do their voices, but this narrator did all the voices well, even the men’s..." - 2/4/16

The Darcy's Of Pemberley by Shannon Winslow "...Ms. Hussey has a voice that seems to belong at Pemberley. She invites you into the story from the very first sentence. That is critical in audio books, and not all professional readers pull it off as well as Marian Hussey..." 7/3/13

Wishing for A Highlander by Jessi Gage "...The narrator did an outstanding job with the various characters and their brogues. She really brought to life the wonderful characters developed by Ms. Gage..." - 7/20/15

My Highland Love by Tarah Scott "As for the narration, that is exactly why I bought the book, Marian Hussey is one of my favorites and she did a fantastic job. The men sound like men, everyone's accent sounds great. Her reading voice is great. She read with emotion and I just love listening to her..." 8/22/15

The Lady Meets Her Match by Gina Conkle " ...Narrator and actor Marian Hussey was a pleasure to listen to. Her voice for men was believable. I particularly enjoyed her depiction of Juliette with her heavy-accented English, Claire’s prim and proper demeanour, Nate, a boy coming from the east end of town, working in Claire’s coffee shop, Anna, her friend and loyal companion, Lord Melbourne, a duke, who couldn’t sound more bored..." 9/12/15

The Darcy's Of Pemberley by Shannon Winslow "...She is now my No 1 Narrator. I shall be searching out books read by her. She should be in television, I can see her playing lots of parts very versatile voice!..." 1/20/14

Salt Bride by Lucinda Brant "...Lucinda Brant is an author who has made a very considered selection of narrator when choosing Marian Hussey........a faultless reading with great characterisation..." 8/17/14

The Darcy's of Pemberley by Shannon Winslow "...Such a good book. Bravo author, Bravo narrator . I love her tones of different characters. Able to separate who's who and keep up with. Will read more of the author and listen to more narrator books. Thank you both..." 5/21/15

The Wolf and the Highlander by Jessi Gage "...Marian Hussey knocked it out the park as she did in the first instalment of this series. I loved the little lilt she gave to Anya’s Scottish brogue..." - 12/1/15

A Heartless Design by Elizabeth Cole "...Marian Hussey's narration was flawless. The way she spoke the French character's English lines was perfect. Reminded me so much of Montreal....Thoroughly enjoyed this novel and narration..." 11/30/15

Salt Bride by Lucinda Brant "...the reader was very, very good. I will definitely read more books by Lucinda Brant and hope to start listening to the sequel, Salt Redux, very soon. Need to find out what happens to the Earl and his family. I also want to search out more books read by Marian Hussey..." 6/22/15

The Lady Meets Her Match by Gina Conkle "...Marian Hussey, the narrator, did an awesome job of bringing the characters to life. She also narrated the first book in this series and I'm so glad that she returned for this installment. Her voice makes it very easy to differentiate between the characters; It's very clear and her accents and mannerisms enhanced this delightful tale. I would not hesitate to pick up other books narrated by Marian Hussey." 5/18/15

The Highlander's Improper Wife by Tarah Scott & KyAnn Waters "...The narration was smooth with all the right vocal inflections, the Scottish accent was on point and totally brought Taran to vivid life. I'd love to listen to more books narrated by Marian Hussey..." 4/18/16

My Highland Lord by Tarah Scott "...As for the narration.LOVED IT! I am a huge fan of Marian Hussey. Her narrations are just fantastic, all the men sound like men and if it's the hero he sounds sexy. She gives everyone their own distinct voice, the men and women. She has a great reading voice and reads with emotion and inflections as called for. She does the accents very well too. I highly recommend Marian Hussey she makes a story even better..." 10/1/15

Wicked Wagers by Bronwen Evans "...The icing on the cake the performance by Marian Hussey, she is superb!" 12/31/16

Splendour by Brenda Joyce - "...Marian Hussey is a narrator I’ve been aware of for a while, but this is only the second of her narrations I’ve listened to. She’s certainly a very accomplished performer and I’m going to be seeking out more of her work, as I enjoyed her performance in Splendor very much indeed. She has an attractive, youthful-sounding speaking voice which lends itself well to the role of Carolyn, but there’s also an undercurrent of maturity and conviction in her performance which come through as the story progresses and Carolyn has to delve deep to find the courage she needs to face a number of difficult situations. Ms Hussey performs the male roles well by adopting different pitches and timbres, and the accent she uses for both Nicholas and his brother is appropriate and consistent. There are a number of secondary characters in the book who appear throughout, such as Carolyn’s father, Princess Maria-Elena and little Katya, all of whom are instantly recognisable, as well as numerous minor characters such as servants, nobles, soldiers etc. who are all swiftly and clearly depicted through the use of a wide variety of tone and accent..."

Meet The Earl At Midnight by Gina Conkle - "She was very good at pulling me into the story. From the first words she uttered, I only heard her words and nothing else... Hussey’s vowels were well-rounded and clearly pronounced, making it possible to distinctly hear every word spoken. I never had a moment, even with lower class, male accents, where I had to rewind to hear what had been previously said.  Even in multi-voiced conversations, Hussey clearly defined and captured all of the characters..."

Salt Bride by Lucinda Brant - "...Marian Hussey isn’t a narrator I’ve listened to before, but her performance here is excellent and I will certainly be seeking out more of her work as a result. Her voice is very pleasantly modulated and her narrative is well-paced and expressive. She differentiates very effectively between characters so that there is never any question as to who is speaking in those scenes – and there are quite a few – in which there are more than two or three characters present. Her interpretation of the various female characters is very strong, with her portrayal of Diana being the stand-out performance. That lady’s languidly supercilious utterances are laced with venom and bitterness as she cuts a swathe through London’s society as its most sought-after hostess. Ms Hussey doesn’t have a particularly deep voice, but her portrayals of the men in the story are successfully done by use of a variety of tone, pitch and timbre. For Tom, Jane’s younger half-brother, Ms Hussey adds a slight edge to her voice and introduces an element of eagerness into his words which expertly convey his youth and inexperience. Salt’s speech is considered and deliberate, with an air of authority and arrogance that perfectly reflect his austerity of character... Ms Brandt’s eye for detail and her ability to craft a fast-moving, suspenseful and highly entertaining story combined with a highly polished performance from Marian Hussey make this an audio I have no hesitation in recommending to fans of historical romance and romance audiobooks alike."


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