I felt like most of this book was just rehashing was had happened in the last two books. There was far too much looking back and not enough of a look forward, not enough movement in this one. I feel like this series of 5 could have been done in 3 books and therefore, think it's pretty unsatisfying overall. Still don't care much for the main character, but really interested in the male characters. I will continue to see how it all turns out.
I am addicted to the "Fever" series. I want more. All of the books so far are very entertaining. A lot of action. Definately worth your credit.
Perfect summertime reading, this book (and all three books in the series so far) has it all: an innocent young heroine; dangerous men; fast cars; a whole lot of dark magick; and a cast of characters and clans with competing interests and hidden agendas. All of these elements come together in a breathless race against time, with the existence of humanity on the line. It's a fascinating story in the hands of gifted storyteller Karen Marie Monning, and it all plays out like a roller coaster ride. Read the so-called "Fever" series if for no other reason than to meet the enigmatic Jericho Barrons, who is one of the most interesting characters in recent memory: sort of a more experienced and less emo Edward Cullen for grown-up women.
I've now read or listened to all three books in this series as well as all of the Author's other books. I still think this series has potential, but this particular book does very little to move the story forward. If it were made into a movie, it could be done very nicely in five scenes or fewer. Way too much unnecessary stuff in here. Don't bother. If you like this Author, read the Immortal Highlander (my favorite!) or one of the other highlander series books, also available on Audible. Also, the narrator (who I usually like) uses an annoyingly phony sounding southern accent.
These books are only under 10hrs each and I am really annoyed with how much of that time is spent re-explaining previous books and information that is well understood and pretending the reader hasn't read any of the other books. It makes it dry and long winded to listen to and I find there isn't enough actual action, just her coming to terms with everything all the time. I don't like spending credits on short books as is much less 4 of them and especially if half of it is wasted with previously written material regurgitated. I wish there was more romance or close relationships - the heat is too fleeting and far between to get me interested in it and not a single true friend or anything for me to even invest in. Not sure if I'll bother to waste another credit on the last book...I kind of feel like it's a poker game and I'm already invested enough in the hand that I want to see it through but know I'll likely come out just that much poorer and am a fool for not cutting my losses now ;)
Not if they don't include the entire story
The twists and turns are actually quite riveting, which is the only reason why I bought the 5 books necessary to get the entire story. That still pisses me off! I could've read five stories for the money I spent in just one
She completely lost the Georgia accent on Mac's character… I actually thought it was someone else reading. The male voice never used the Irish accent on Barron's character, sad. Some of the erie sounds made by the male voice are unnatural.
Everything duplicate from the first two books… If they had not divided this story in 5 books, they wouldn't have had to repeat so many things. Unnecessary fluff
Really disappointed in the deceiving description on the website. It should be clearly stated that this is not a book by itself, you need to buy 5 books to get the entire story. Four people thinking this is a reminder take story, this is not it. It's a good adventure book, but nothing else. The male character keeps being an absolute prick, ther's no depth to it.
The relationships between the characters are the same dynamic and don't grow or have changed from book one. It's redundant and boring. I will give #4 a try only because the series started off with great potential.