Believer in what you can't see
No, but it works real well with the printed version. I can see both characters through the narrator.
When IIya appears in the bus to help Joley get to sleep and how loving he is with her even though he tries to resist her. This is my favorite story of the series.
Ilya is my favorite he is so strong and confident and yet he is loving and caring toward others. I love the spark between Joley and him.
When IIya tells Joley about his childhood and he gets emotional. After all he has been through, he still puts himself out there for others.
I honestly do not believe Christine Feehan could write a bad book this one is part of a series which I love to read or listen to. So if you like Feehan you will like this one.
C. Feehan is a great writer this is one of my favorite book. Joley is a strong and sensual woman and Ilya is a powerful man. Together they spark. I highly recommend this book.
This story could have been so much more interesting if Joley's magical gifts were explored.
According to someone's review, this is book 5 of the Drake Sister's series. Maybe Joley is defined in earlier books.However, Audible gives no indication of a order one should follow. I've read several of Christine's books in years past and had forgotten why I don't care for her books. In this story, the first part of the story is filled with sexual tension with Joley's and Illya's individual emotional turmoil on why they could not join sexually. I would have been much more engaged if the reasons they needed to not give in were explored. In the second half of the story all of the sudden they give into desire and are having sex every time you turn around. Ho Humm. Listening to the variations of velvet sheaths, huge erections and otherwise hot & steamy sex gets pretty darn boring. We all have our choice on what we want from a romance novels, but Christine's are not mine. Like the vision of what's sexy, I would prefer a picture painted allowing one's imagination to take you down the erotic road rather than a play by play of each act. In the end, not matter what words she used, the act left nothing for my imagination and was the same scene each time. Boring. If it weren't for the fact I wanted to know for certain what happened to the kidnapped teenager, I would have turned off this story at the beginning of the second half. I was tempted to fast forward just to find out but I stuck it out. In the end, I was let down on how little significance Christine gave this part of the story.
Yes! I love anything by Christine Feehan. Her Alpha men are awesome and the women don't tend to be overly stupid. Some authors write women I want to slap upside the head and tell them to get a grip!
Hmmm... Stephanie Tyler or Pamela Clare are similar just without the magic. Cherry Adair writes books very similar including the magic stuff
Yes, other books by Feehan and she always does a great job
Yes even though I couldn't :)
Please tell me it gets better. I'm already tired of hearing about Ilya and he's the main love interest in this book. It is always a constant description of how he makes her feel? Kinda nauseating.
I'll give it a few more chapters but if it's the same I feel I may not be finishing this book. At least the narrator is good.
I really like this series, and this book is probably my favorite so far. The narrator, on the other hand, is not my favorite. All in all, I would definately purchase this book again. It was worth my credit.
the story line was typical, which I liked. But the voice used in the reading of the book was very child like and predicable. This distracted from the content.
The voice that was used for the previous books.