The storyline and narrator.
The ending.... but no spoilers from me!
Her performance made the story 'real'...bringing the characters to life.
Yes... it kept me awake!
Dirty is my favorite Megan Hart book thus far - however, I really enjoyed Switched as well.
I enjoy getting to know the characters and how things end up working out in the end. It is funny that sometimes things do not always work out how you think they will in a book and that is one of the things I liked about this story.
I like that Megan allowed with her characters to take a chance but in the end the ____ may not end up with who you think...
Thank you Megan for keeping us guessing and allowing for some fantasy while we are at it!!!
Better transition and explanation of Paige's ultimate decision; needed more closure in the end. Ending felt rushed, and not fully resolved
Didn't care for the narrator's "Austin" performance, male characters in general were awkward, but Austin really annoyed me. Absolutely loved Artie and Kira voices and portrayal.
I did like how it ended, only it was like, boom, and it was over. After Getting to know all the characters so well as MH does, I thought it needed more input on the ending thoughts. Oh well. I listen while I am out gardening so these books keep me company. Not my favorite, but do not regret.
I like a good Fantasy but this wasn't meant to be, it was meant to be a modern realistic plot but it just wasn't, it was in la la land in the world of 'oh, as if's'.
Worth a credit? I usually love MH books but not so much this one - so it's a NO - sorry.
This book must have been re-publised because the cover is different on the printed book in stores. I was expected something more but it was okay to listen to. I was torn for a while on which guys was better but it ended exactly as it should. Not too exciting...quite graphic sometimes when its not needed but okay.
I haven't "read" a book since 1998, just not interested....after the 50 Shades Trilogy, I have become an audio book addict! I am a very tough critic.
I don't care to ever hear Filomena's voice again. Too nasal-y. Megan Hart has put out some good book, this one is not one of her best.
The storyline seemed to drag on, and on, and on. I listened to half of the book and couldn't continue.... it hadn't picked up yet!
Her voice, I found it hard to get into the characters.
I was very disappointed with this book, it just rubbed me the wrong way. It's not in the same class as books written by Victoria Dahl, Susan Mallery, or Suzanne Brockmann.
It is extremely rare that I review a book. And even more when I don't finish one. I got one hour into listening to this book and gave up. If I heard I more curse word. The subjects in just one hour jumped from one to another - I just couldn't follow. The author spent so much time on describing stationery and than jumps to a scene where every other word is a curse. I bought it on sale - and it was so not worth it. On sale items is usually when I try new authors - this time for me it back fired. Win some loose some...
The book was well written for erotica, the reader did a good job with the material. However, the book I kept hoping this would be did not materialize. It did not resolve the way I wanted it to, and it was very frustrating. I also found the author's portrayal of female characters to be disappointing. There seemed to be a lot of cattiness for the sake of cattiness going on, and it had noting whatsoever to do with what I thought the book was supposed to be about. I listened to the whole thing, kept hoping it would move in another direction, but it didn't. The book wasn't bad, but I doubt I would listen to it again. If it wasn't on sale, I would be upset that I'd paid for it. As it was, I guess that it was worth the $4.95 price.