This has by far been my favorite. I absolutely love it! The narrator was AMAZING as well! I definitely will be purchasing paperback of this book and cannot wait to see them in the other books.
I love to read and discuss book's I love my family-friend's.I love working in the dirt and my roses..learning to not take life to seriously
wow I didn't see this coming what great characters in this book.I feel in love with every one of the writer's people
My name is Irene and I'm a lifelong bookaholic. A few years ago, I started adding audiobooks and I'm so happy I joined Audible in 2015 :-))
Book 7 Dark/Carpathians Series. Read after Dark Fire. Also after Scarletti Curse if you want to read the prequel to Dark Symphony. This story of Falcon meeting his lifemate Sara Marten is emotionally moving and fast-paced. Both new characters only until they meet up with Shea & Jacques who come to Sara's rescue, then Raven & Mikhail for refuge & protection. This book intros the story line of Mikhail's father Vladimir sending off many REALLY ancient ones alone into the world to fight the vampires, & their great sacrifice in going. A real gem of a story.
SURPRISE, HAPPINESS AND JOY
KEN GETTING TO KNOW MARI
YES, WHEN MARI AND KEN FELL IN LOVE
THIS BOOK WAS VERY GOOD AND EXCITING TO READ
We are finally treated to a narrator who can pronounce names and use accents! I was so frustrated by previous narrators pronouncing Gregori as though it were Gregory. And, for realizing that these characters come from the Carpathian Mountains and aren't going to sound like they are from Midwestern America. Thank you!
this is a good series but the female readers make me laugh big time when they attempt to sound like a man and fail. im not against female readers, but men can sound like a female a lot better than women can sound like a man. I'm listening to Dark Symphony, this guy makes the book come alive, has all the perfect accents, etc. a good reader can make a book turn into a movie in your mind. that's impossible with all of the female readers of this series
its ok, just doesn't get the supposed Carpathian accent correctly
the same title
Believer in what you can't see
The story is wonderful. After thinking a diary is from the past, the Carpathian that wrote it comes into Sara's life and changes everything.
That Sara realize that the man she has dreamed about is not only real, but is exactly what she wants. Kind, honorable and loving.
Very good job. When I read the story, I never added a accent to the Carpathian, so when I hear the accent it makes me cring.
When Falcon discovers the statue that Sara sculpted, a perfect replica of him. I also like it when Sara tries to save Falcom from the street punks at the beginning of the story and ends up with a being bigger than life.
This was the first series that I like so much that I have every book. I also like how loving the characters are with each other. No force, just a gradual comfort and respect.