I loved listening to Deeper, I have listened to all of Megan's books and this one was what was expected and a little more. Great listen, the narrator was very easy to listen to and does an amazing job!
This was my first exposure to Megan Hart and to erotica romance and I was captivated by the story. After getting over the shock of the erotica (I usually read Amish romance books) the story was great and the characters well developed and believable. Of course the coming back from "the gray" is not believable, but if someone had, how they would react to it was believable. The love and romance between Bess and Nick was wonderfully portrayed. Andy was a true jerk and I can't understand why Bess ever married him, but I see the same type of marriages in real life all the time. The erotica was tastefully written and flowed well with the story. The narrator of the audio version, Savannah Richards, was great and I think added to the enjoyment of the story, hearing the story unfold in Bess' own voice, as it was.
Yes, at first I was not sure about the story, however, I've really enjoyed listening to Megan Harts other stories so I continued to listen.
Very emotional, you are able to conect witht he characters.
She is able to embody each character and bring them to life for you.
Yes and no. At times I felt that the book was too emotional, however, I also wanted to know what happens next. I have enjoyed the ending to all of Megan Harts books that I have listened to so far, the endings are not always what you think/want them to be; but they are nonetheless very good.
I really enjoy listening to Megan Harts stories, she is on the top of my list of best writers.
Though I love erotic romance and also paranormal stories, this one just didn't have a decent plot. It was very predictable and though the sex scenes were prolific throughout the book, I can't say they were actually hot or erotic. Or maybe I'm jaded.
The narrator was decent though.
This book has a good story, and an excellent reader. Unfortunately, it has too much sex to be titilating, and the f-bomb is a frequent word used. Personally, I thought it was a little much.