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good first book from the Argeneaus it gets better and better with every new book you can tell I love the Argeneau Vampire series
Marguerite, Gregorie, Lissianna, Lucian, I most likely spelled there names totally wrong Oh Well
she reads well and I like being read to
Love the Argeneau Vampire series! Dear Lynsay Sands, please keep more stories from the Argeneaus comming lissening or reading them makes me happy and cheers me up and keeps me totally entertained. So please keep this child happy and smiling !!!
Avid reader. Listen to audio books on long drive back and forth to work.
I love Lynsay Sands Argeneau series. The characters are fun and so very entertaining and the stories are captivating and keep you coming back for more.
I liked Greg's reaction to Lissiana's problem. The interaction of the family and how caring and kind they all are.
My favorite scene was when the cousins came up to talk to Greg while he was tied to the bed in Lissiana's room. Their reactions to Greg, their caring way for Lissiana was wonderful.
It definitely made me laugh. The characters are so much fun they make you want to know more and more about them.
This is a great series and I would recommend it to anyone who really enjoys a fun and enjoyable story with awesome characters.
This book has a new take on vampirism, that I can handle. But the story line is weak. I know that this is the first in a series. Maybe the writing and story line will become better as the series goes on. But I don't know if I will try anymore in the series, that is how bad this story is. I kept waiting for the story to end, it was so boring I found myself yawning repeatedly. If you are looking for something compeling and interesting look elsewhere. There is much better out there.
The narrator ruined this good book. She was monotoned and did not use any variation in her characters' voices. She made it quite boring.
I'm 37 years old. A single Mother of two boys and a small business owner.
I thought a story about a vampire that had a blood phobia would be interesting. It isn't. The story is so predictable that it is not interesting. The narriator's voice is terrable. It's all breathy and trying to be sexy. It makes it hard to listen to. I guess if your 19 and like really chick lit books this is probably for you.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
Since this is the first in a long series there were a lot of characters to learn and with the authur trying to make you like all the characters it was a bit on the eye crossing side. The story did pick up towards the end and may have potential for the remaining series. I will try the next one and see. The not thrilled with the narrator.
Yes, but I would read the reviews of other listeners first.
Probably not unless there was a really good review about a new book.
It was one of those situations in which you listen for a couple of hours, get bored, but want to finish listening to see how the story ends.
I think the story was ok, however the story seemed a bit dated (main character wearing pannyhose/stockings, some use of slang, etc) Also the story got a bit cheesy at times (a bunch of women wearing baby-doll nightgowns). I'm sure the author has good stories she's written, however this was not one I'd reccommend.
I usually try to ignore any comments others leave about a narrator. I've found that if I let go of other opinions I don't usually have the same issues that they do. Not the case here. I really couldn't let myself go and really get into the story. I think Victoria McGee might be better suited at reading announcements over an airport loud speaker. Her voice is extremely dull like she herself isn't enjoying the story. I found myself getting very irritated at her portrayal of the characters voices. Her inflections and pauses are in the wrong part of the sentence entirely too often. It's all so distracting and annoying that it's hard to enjoy the story at all. Thankfully I had already read this book and the next two and only bought the audio version so I could refresh my memory before I continue with the rest of the books. I just learned that she also narrates books 5, 7 and 9 so I am trying to decide if it will be worth it to continue with this series in audio format.
The narrarator for this was beyond annoying. The breathy talking was irritating and distracting. While the story was great, I really hope to never have to listen to this narrarator again.