This was a fun and interesting story. It kept me pretty rapt. It is one of those stories that keeps you listening for the most part.
I found J.R. Ward's Brotherhood series from a family recommendation, and was extremely pleased to discover the Fallen Angel series, and how it intertwines with the Brotherhood characters. Ward sketches a very detailed story, and I've spent many late night/early mornings listening or reading, not wanting to leave the story. I Highly Recommend this, and all other books!!
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.
I love JR Ward and this series did not let me down. I love the storyline and if your a fan I think you'll like these too.
What? Life after the Black Dagger Brotherhood and Jim Frangione? Well, it happened. I read the kindle version first and struggled a little to adjust to another story and cast of characters tangential to BDB universe in Caldie. Setting the scene of the new story seemed a little awkward but quickly JRW slid into her best story-telling mode and I was happy! This multi-layered story, like BDB, only begins with this first installment, and each following book expands and deepens the background and the characters who show up in each one. Thank the Scribe Virgin JRW is soon publishing another BDB, and I pray to Dog that there is lots more to follow in the Fallen Angels saga.
I approached the audible version of Covet wondering who could possibly follow Jim Frangione's enormous talent for voicing each of the Brothers and their sometimes annoying shellans. Eric Dove excellently fills the bill for a new story, new voices. I like Jim Heron's cocky southern drawl, and Devina's deceptive sweet-young-thing persona is chilling. This, like Jim Frangione's delivery, is a performance of a book, not just a reading. As it should be, JR Ward's universe deserves the best!
I loved JR Wards Brotherhood Series and this one has already started out to be just as good. Cant wait to get the next one. Great author. Keep em coming!!!
I can not judge, I have not READ the book. Only listened to the Audio.
Jim because he keeps me interested.
Not sure if i have or not.
J.R. Ward is one of the best writers ever!! Thank you for the hours of enjoyment!
EVERYTHING, THE STORY LINE, THE PLOT, EVERYTHING
HE WASNT SO BAD I THINK IT WAS JUST THE BOOK WAS TERRIBLE SO IT MADE HIS NARRATION TERRIBLE.
ANGRY THAT I SPENT MONEY ON IT!!
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME.
well, it was not even close. In fact, could not get through it. wish I adored it - was not worth my credit but had to find out.
I didn't read this, only listened to it. However, Eric Dove was an excellent narrator. His voice is deep and soothing to listen to. I actually looked up other books narrated by him, which is something I never do. In truth, I found that the story got a bit long and I probably would have skipped ahead or lost interest as a reader. As an audiobook, it definitely kept my attention a bit more.
I recognize that this is the beginning of a series, so there is a lot of setup. My recommendation would be to space out some of the stuff that establishes the series. It doesn't all have to happen in one book!
His voice is soothing, deep, sincere and easy to follow. He changes voices for different speakers in a way that is believable and adds to the story.
Redemption can come in unexpected packages.
The Fallen Angel Series is starting out as another awesome series from JR Ward. I love the BDB series and will continue listening to both series.
The narrator does a wonderful job with all of the voices and is easy to listen to.
JR Ward is a fantastic writer and has a wonderful imagination.
Keep up the good work.