I read the entire trilogy and enjoyed all three. These were kinda different though. I like to explore all genre's not sure what this would be in, but I'm glad I read them.
I didn't quite realize that this was a Harlequin book until I started listening to it. I was not optimistic. But the plot and characters were interesting and developed at a good pace. There wasn't that much in terms of 'romance', but sometimes the main character was a little too cliche. She was always surprised that she could accomplish tasks by herself and still in the end was waiting for her man to come in and save the day.
The narration was good, only a little weak in some of the more action related scenes.
I very much enjoyed this series - the story is entertaining, the characters are interesting, (and the lead female protagonist isn't simpering or judgemental) - it's exactly the type of light fiction I love having on my ipod.
At first I was a little hestitant, but after the first few chapters I got into it. I thought the author was very descriptive...the narrator kept my attention. Interesting read.
Must read this book first and then enjoy the rest. I loved the series and looking forward to the next book. It is wonderful that this author can write a series but each book can stand alone.
I won't lie it took time to get into but then I fell in love!!!! It was awesome!!! And the other books in the series I loved too, though not as good as the first. I've listened to it 4 times!
I'm sorry, but I thought this was one of the corniest books I've listened to in a long time. I liked the premise, though, so I kept listening, hoping it would get better. It didn't.
The plot was boring and predictable. The characters were flat and cliched with no (or erratic) development. The narrator, while somewhat pleasing to listen to in her primary voice, made the male characters sound ridiculous! I won't be reading the next book... I'm glad I only paid $4!
boooorrrrriiinnggg, the author and reader where trying to put me to sleep. I plot was too trasparent and the reader's voice to monotonous. the few character voices she did were laughable, especially her (deep) male voice, which if the commander really did talk like, would have had nobody fooled- you'd understand if you read it. anyhow, it was on sale for 4$ so I guess I'll stop complaining