The Amish Heiress

The Amish Heiress

A new audiobook that I narrated has just been released!

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The Amish Heiress by Patrick E. Craig was a real pleasure to narrate. It is a well-written book with lots of intrigue and action that you wouldn’t expect from an Amish story.

As a voice over artist, it was a welcome challenge too, as I got to do Italian and French accents, as well as actually speak Italian and Pennsylvania Dutch, which is essentially German. I love being able to really sink my vocal chords into something that pushes me as a performer.

I have to give a huge thanks to my friend, Paolo, who helped me with the Italian!

Here is the description from Audible.com:

Rachel Hershberger’s life in Paradise, Pennsylvania is far from happy. Her papa struggles with a terrible event from the past, and his emotional instability has created an irreparable breach between them. Rachel’s one desire is to leave the Amish way of life and Paradise forever. Then her prayers are answered.

Rachel discovers that the strange, key-shaped birthmark above her heart identifies her as the heir to a vast fortune left by her Englischer grandfather, Robert St. Clair. If Rachel will marry a suitable descendent of the St. Clair family, she will inherit an enormous sum of money. But Rachel does not know that behind the scenes is her long-dead grandfather’s sister-in-law, Augusta St. Clair, a vicious woman who will do anything to keep the fortune in her own hands.

As the deceptions and intrigues of the St. Clair family bind her in their web, Rachel realizes that she has made a terrible mistake. But has her change of heart come too late?

If you want to listen to The Amish Heiress for free, sign up to my email list and I’ll respond asking you if you want a free code. There are a limited supply of these, but you’ll also be entered to win a free code every time a new book I narrate is released.

Thanks for listening!

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