Sarah McCarty's "Hell's Eight Series" is well written romantic erotica. The narrator's voice is sexy! but I did have a problem with the female love interest's Spanish accented voice. It was annoying to listen to.
I thought this was a great book! Passionate and exciting from the get-go. The book would be taught in such classes as "How to please a woman 101" and "How to be a great man 1b".
I'll agree the narrator didn't do the best job at Bella's voice... somewhat flat and odd. However, his performance of Sam's voice, with his deep, husky southern drawl MORE than made up for it.. calming, animalistic, and very sexy!
I really enjoyed this one, even more than Caine's Reckoning. The narrator did a great job, his low sultry voice added even more enjoyment. I thought he did Bella's voice very well, it couldn't have been easy since he has such a naturally deep voice. The story behind the romance was very well done. I can't wait until Tucker's Claim is available in audio. I hope Jason Adams narrates that one too. I'm anxious to see how the author handles the rest of the story.
I absolutely loved the first book in this series Caine's Reckoning. I waited 6 months for the release of this book. Checking every week hoping it would come out early. This book is in no way like the first book. The two main characters start having the most detailed explicit sex before they even start developing the plot. This is not a novel as much as it feels like Letters to Penthouse. This author has the ability to write a wonderful story that naturally leads to wonderfully written explicit erotica. This book felt like hours of blunt erotica with a bad story forced around it. There are 6 more books in this series. I hope the author can turn this around for the next book. I would so love to read another on the same level as Caine's Reckoning
This book is not a good as the first mostly because the narrator's extremely deep voice made Isabella sound like a transvestite. His narration was much too slow.
Make no mistake between my personality and my attitude. My personality is who I am, my attitude depends on who you are.........
The first book was incredible and the narrator very enjoyable. The male narrator of this book was so good as Sam; however, complete blew the entire store for me when he was doing Bella........UGH!!!!
I did enjoy this book quite a bit, but the narrator was difficult to get used to - his character voices were pretty good, but while reading the non-voiced parts, I found him monochromatic and drull.
Overall it was nice to pick up on the next book in the series... though I still feel the first was a better read.
I loved the story line, and the characters. I am no prude, I love a great steamy love scene, but this book had one sex scene right after the other, and the sexual scenes were too detailed, and were over the top...... . I found myself feeling ashamed and embarrased that I was listening to it. It seemed almost as if this story was written from a mans perspective.......... very base, rough and dirty. Too much of a good thing, is not always good.
The Texas Rangers deep resonante voice is very sexy....
It would be X rated, and no, I would not go to see it.
At first I wasn't to sure when I heard the narrator... I have to say, hes not to good with female voices, but after listening awhile he had the perfect voice for Sam. The love scenes had just enough plot to keep the story somewhat believable but sometimes they were a little out of place. Overall I liked it. This is the third book I have read in the series, (I didnt read them in order) and I think it will be the last.