I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
**Spoilers** I liked the plot in the book about Grace having a hard time dealing with having a relationship due to the fact that she deals with death on a daily basis, but on the other hand after Sam comes into her life I don't like the fact it takes her so long to alter her lifestyle. I'm a romantic and feel when you meet the man you love then you would want to be with him.
No, it just didn't impress me enough to recommend someone to purchase it even if it's on sale cheap. There are too many other options instead.
I would of preferred a different voice in this type book.
NO! Simply because I didn't enjoy it enough to want to listen to a follow-up.
I'm not impressed with this one.
As always Ms. Hart did an amazing job. The characters are fascinating, the story intense and very emotional. Her books are must have's every single time.
Again, great premise - it just stalled halfway for me. I wish I could read her stuff because there is so much to appreciate about it.
Believer in what you can't see
Surprises all around.
I like that the protagonist takes care of the dead and describes that a funeral is for the ones left behind and not the one who dies. I
I also like that the protagonist mistake help her find the love she needed.
Narrator was very good at creating a feeling about the characters.
Strangers no more.
I love Megan Hart's story. They are very erotic, but the stories are excellent. Characterizations are very unexpected, they never have ordinary lives, but love is very much a part of the stories.
Forward way of thinking!
I enjoyed the narrator!
I laughed a couple times. I can understand why women go to these extremes but it's just crazy to me. I was totally engaged throughout the entire read.
Overall, great book. Sub-characters were interesting too. Nice ending.
No spoilers! Love HOT, sexy books w/a plot. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. I also review in exchange for books-lots of fun surprises!
The story, character's hang ups, everything!
Very good narration
Really love the complexity of the story...something that can be missing in a lot of these types of books.
Stranger was not my first romance nor my first Megan Hart book. I have only recently started listening to romances, but I did overall enjoy Stranger. I have to admit that it was a interesting plot when I read the summary, something that I had never heard of and I honestly wasn't for sure that it would work, especially with some steamy scenes mixed in between. However, it turned out quite well and I found it hard to stop listening. Stranger kept my full attention, especially in how Grace dealt with her complicated relationships between the two men, Jack and Sam. As for the narration, at times, the male voices didn't seem too believable and they even have the tendency to sound the same or childish. Yet, I quickly grew accustomed to the narration. It certainly didn't distract me from the actual plot of the book like some other audio book narrations have. I would definitely recommend Stranger to someone who has read some of Hart's stuff before, though I wouldn't say that it is her best.
I love Megan Hart books. Happily ever after is for disney and little girls, but Megan writes for women ( and men if they like romance).
I love the men in the story, but Jack is my favorite because he's so open emotionally, sexually and intellectually. He makes cameo appearances in Naked and Dirty and I would love to see what happens with Jack and Sarah! I find Sam a bit weak and it pissed me off. WTF! was my reaction of Claire and Sam's relationship. Eventhough, Sam's character is weak he's still a nice guy women can love, but I love the bad boys! ;)
I would have given 5 stars, but the narrator's voice is so girlish and her masculine voices were appalling makes them sound like wimps.