This was an excellent book, it has a wonderful love story in it along with some action! I would definatly recommend this to vampire story lovers!!!The vampirism theory is very unique and intersting!
The story was great but the reader was horrible. Hopefully the remaining audiobooks will have a better reader.
I read how many reviewers disliked Victoria McGee's narration, and I do understand their feelings. But I really enjoyed her vocal qualities and her interpretation because I found it unique and smooth and lovely to listen to.
I'm very glad I read the one reviewer who recommended to listen to this book first before the rest of the series because it seemed to introduce the characters.
I also really enjoyed this book. I found the author's world of humans from Antlantis with nanos particularly fascinating and wonderfully different from any of the many vampire books I've recently become addicted to. What is that? I admit to having a guilty pleasure of all these vampire books and hopefully, soon, I'll have enough of them and move on to something else! They are like potato chips.
I'm a fan of good story writing and I truly enjoyed this story. I really don't get into paying attention to the actual speaker's voices even though to listen to this speaker talk about a love scene was rather comical. Any looking for a good love story..this is it.
This narrator was horrible. I should have listened to reviews! The best thought I had is that it was computer animated voice with adjustments gone wrong. It put me to sleep the first 3 or 4 times I tried listening to it. I kept trying and towards the end the pain wasn't worth it. The story was so, so nothing like Laurell K Hamilton. No excitement, and I actually found myself bored during the love scenes. Not another one...ugh!
Married, middle-age, owner of 2 dogs, 2 cats, and a messy house.
I got the first book on a whim, and now I can't quit getting more. I just love this family. There is just something that draws me in.
"Vampires as regular people with a condition." This premise annoys some people but I believe Lynsay Sands pulls it off quite well. Each story is a love story, and each story has its own idea, some with a fun twist at the end. A vampire that faints at the sight of blood is a wonderful way to start. Give this series a try.
There are different narrators for each book. So far this hasn't been a problem for me, but I'm only on book 4.
I do love this series! I have them all in book format and have been randomly adding the audible versions. I don't usually check the reviews as I already know I love them but wow did I make a mistake with this one. She has these awful pauses and in between each word/sentence you can here her mouth make like the dry mouth sound. No more books narrated by her for me I'm afraid.
What's worse is that I usually listen to my audible books over and over when I am driving or just need some white noise...this book will never be listened to again, once was one time to many. What a waste of a credit and such a disservice to a great book!
This story seemed solid but the narrator was awful! I was honestly wondering if they'd just used one of those robotic computer readers - because that's what it sounded like.
Once again I can't get a refund for the book I can't finish because of bad narration.
I did enjoy this book. This whole series is a little hit or miss with me but I think this book is a good representation of the rest of the series. These books are a "sweeter"vampire romance they don't have the zing of, say, The Black Dagger Brotherhood but definitely fall in the adult listens category. Ms. Sands has a unique sense of humor and I find her books quite funny but they are situational funny and verge on slap stick or silly at times, and the dialogue verges on corny. These are easy listens, for me.
As unlikely as the plot of this novel is I do find the characters believable, well rounded characters. Greg and Lissianna make a good team and although flawed lack the predominantly present alpha male and willing submissive characteristics often found in similar listens. Their journey from strangers to happily ever after is sweet and corny with a little action, a little suspense and plenty of loving along the way.
The narration fit the story and wasn't distracting at all.
This novel is definitely worth a credit but seems to be included in many audible sale lists, so it might be worth waiting to catch on sale.
Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
Yes, it was an easy smile.
The book had not only a touch of romance, but was peppered with humor.
The characters came alive.