Much of this boils down to "How good is Cathy Dobson as a reader?"
You can hear a sample. Now that I've listened to her for a few hours, I'm prepared to be slightly critical.
1. For a 'fireside tale", she does have a good voice for it, good timing, everything is clear.
2. When there are two people talking, she uses the same voice for everybody. That was a bit disappointing after getting used to audiobooks by James Marsters (Dresden files) and Jim Dale (Harry Potter).
Fortunately, she seems to have picked out stories that mostly play to her strengths that are rich in detail, and detail is something she does very well. The dialog portions are a bit more monotonous, since it can become tricky to keep track of which character is talking.
It's good background, though.