I love this series, the books are great!! However, the reader isn't my favorite. Her inflection and character voices are somewhat grating. I downloaded the first two books in the series, I won't be getting the remainder due to the poor job of the reader. Much better to read this series yourself
I purchased this listen hoping for bonus insites into the charactures and story line. No such luck. If you have not seen the HBO series than it is a great listen but no new information for the True Blood lover.
The story line is actually pretty good at first, I'm just not real big on most romance stories since they tend to be unrealistic, so I will not follow the series
Well written, imaginative, and captivating. Looking forward to reading all the books in the series.
I wasn't sure how this would end up, but I took a chance on it. thoroughly enjoyed it. there is a lot of erotic undertows. I felt a little sad that Sam lost his girlfriend
Of course, my mother listened to it three times! It was fun, and after you listen to a few more you can go back and listen for more detail.
Her Romance with Bill
Yes while we drove across country
We got hooked and listened to all of them in a row! They are great for while you are driving, and on a plane time goes by so much faster! Her voices are male voices are funny, but you get used to it!
Johanna's performance was wonderful. It's been a wonderful experience. I love this series but I can't sit and read anymore so this works out wonderfully!
I really enjoyed these books. I listen to this series while I work. They are easy to listen to and entertaining enough to help me through a repetitive job. I would recommend and listened to the whole series.
The author's voice and the narrator make this a sweet concoction of southern inflection and authentic writing. The voice (both figurative and literal) is so compelling I could not take my earbuds out unless I had to talk to someone to order coffee. I also didn't realize how faithful the TV series was to the original book until I heard the Audible version and was surprised at how interesting the story became while listening to the delightful voice of Johanna Parker. Although I wish she didn't lower her voice so much to indicate male speakers (I also hate when male narrators raise their voices in a ridiculous attempt to imitate female speakers) she absolutely "nails" Suki. Really! This is a real gem.