Harper's storyline was great and there were several going on. She wrapped up a few loose ends in this 3rd book. The unexpected action and drama was a hoot. Couldn't wait to hear Amanda Ronconi's voice tell off a prickly, troublesome character! Harper's characters are well-developed and you feel they are real. Can't wait to get the next book.
The satisfaction of Jane finally getting a happy life after a couple year's of struggle with relationships and her coming out as a vampire.
Always a plus! She's has an amazing voice.
I was laughing at my desk at work. Very few audiobooks make me laugh outloud.
Keep the series going!
I generally enjoy reading novels by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Courtney Milan, Eloisa James, and Liz Carlyle.
I don't know who would like hearing this non-stop verbal attack. It was like listening to a person who doesn't recognize how boring they are, and they just keep talking! You are held hostage by them because they never shut up.... This dialogue the main character carried on with herself, and continued with all the other stereo typical characters. There was nothing interesting about listening to dialogue describing every mundane observation and boring thought the main character has. I couldn't get past the first hour.
No, never. A few years ago I listened to A Naked Warewolf. I guess I forgot how little I enjoyed it, I thought it was okay, not great, and so I was persuaded to listen to this book because of all the great reviews.
I did not enjoy her performance at all. I found her voice to grate on my nerves because she sounded the same all the time. She never changed the tone or inflection of her words. It was like listening to a really boring person relate an incredibly long story that only she finds interesting.
I skipped from the first hour to the end of the book, hoping for relief. It just kept droning on and on and on. I gave up hoping for something interesting to listen to.
I love the story, it was fun and you had to laugh along the way. Molly Harper writes a wonderful story that you just don't want to end....and you quickly get the next book ready to go. Amanda Ronconi quickly gets you very spoiled as the Narrator, her sparkle brings the characters to life!
She does a wonderful job with each character and bringing their personality to light. Even in later books you feel as if you are with your old friends.
I love to read a well written book! Audible has made my life ever better by having process that allows me to enjoy a good book on the road!
I listened to the first Molly Harper book on a rating by audible listeners. I am so glad I did!!! I usually read sci-fi or shootem up bang bangs. THis is pure entertainment! Keep it up Molly and Amanda you rock.
I'm always a little wary of vampire books - probably still traumatized by Stephen King's 'Salem's Lot.' However, Molly Harper's story of this fired librarian turned blood sucker is funny and sweet; and makes you oh-so-thankful it's a trilogy. Props must also be given to reader, Amanda Ronconi, who brings variety and warmth to this comical cast of characters. Love this author and reader!
Proud book worm!
I love the sense of humor!
I love how it stays on track and it doesn't divert from the story line. It follows Jane's story so well and the humor had me cracking up.
She brings the characters to life!
This is a very easy read and fun book. Very light hearted!
Vampires with trust issues.
Jane cannot be trusted with her own weapons.
Female voices awesome. Male's very similar with a pack a day habit.
Made me laugh a lot. One liners were awesome.
It didn't give allot of details about the blood drinking, etc.
Her voice was easy on the ears and not annoying when she changed voices for the other characters.
I smiled and laughed - no crying
It was a listen book. Enjoyed listening and couldn't wait to hear the rest of it when I had to pause it.
Enjoyed this audio very entertaining.
Yes I have.
Laugh it is hilarious
My husband and I love to listen to Molly Hunter's books. Her humor and sarcastic wit is so funny! You can picture the scene and the expressions and even though the events are fictitious they are so close to something your own grandmother, mother, sister or friends would do you relate and laugh out loud.
Always the quick wit of the primary character.
The scene between the grandmother and the ghost of her dead sister fighting and name calling in the kitchen.
When Dick finds his girlfriend in the basement. He became a down to earth, loveable guy instead of the sleazy low life of the group.Another was when Zeb held his babies for the first time. He grew up, stepped up, and became the man instead of the boy.