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Audiobook Romantic Suspense

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This sample features dialogue with a Southern accent.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


North American, US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)


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with Jolie's hostile gaze still boring into him. He moved toward her, one slow, deliberate step at a time before he reached her, she slid off the banister and onto her feet, then started to walk away. He reached out and grabbed her left wrist, halting her escape. Don't rush off! He said. She jerked on her wrist, but he held fast. Let go of me. Not just yet, not until she raised her right arm, lifting her hand in preparation for attack. Just as she swung at him, he grabbed her right wrist and manacled it to the left. They glowered at each other. My mother doesn't deserve your hatred, and my sister doesn't need your pity. She wriggled trying to free herself, but to no avail. I see I can add eavesdrop into your many sins. I don't care what you think of me, or what you say about me! He told her, tightening his hold on her wrists and bringing them upward until he held them between their chests. But if you hurt my mother or sister, you'll answer to me. Is that a threat? She narrowed her gaze until her eyes were mere slits. Take it, however! You wish I just want you to know that I protect what's mine? How very noble of you tell me max does, eliminating obstacles to your mother's happiness, fall under the jurisdiction of protecting your own damn the *****! She had all but accused him of murder! He released his tenacious hold on her. You've learned to fight dirty, haven't you? It's survival of the fittest in this world, isn't it and believe me, I am a survivor. So you'd better pray that my father didn't give me any power over your precious family, because if he did, she smiled wickedly. A battle to the death? He asked, already knowing the answer, nothing would please Jolie royal more than destroying his mother.