I'm going to keep it simple I believe that this book was very boring not interesting and narrator made it it's a horrible, terrible experience. I couldn't even bring myself to finish the book but I made sure I got my one credit that I spent on it back.
The female character in this story was very needy and had no consideration for others. This author was recommended to me and honestly this book does not make me want to read anything else from her.
Such a disappointment. I adore the Night Huntress Series. With strong characters and great plots, the romance is the icing on the cake.
This book fails in all respects. Has it really been written by the same author?
Don't think I am critical of the narrator. Her performance is flawless. She deserves a reward for having to read this drivel.
The book was fine but the writing didn't appeal to me. I didn't laugh as much as I expected and without having read the previous books, I wasn't invested in the story or the characters as much. Read the author's other series first.
I've listened to a lot, but this ranks in the top 50%.
Of course when the Spade and Denise finally get together.
No, I would not. The narration in this story was not entertaining and I almost turned it off, but then I got interested in the story line and continued. The voice for Denise was especially annoying.
Who you going call to bust a demon?
The main characters in this story or very well developed and grab your attention. There is actually a good back story for each one. Your attention to the attraction between sneaks up on you and suddenly you have to keep listening.
I enjoyed the story, as I have with all Jeaniene Frost books. But the Narrator has one decent "guy" voice, so any other males in the story sound like impish weasels from the streets of England circa the 1400s. Bones, who in previous books is a suave, handsome, and lethal master vampire, now sounds like a troll that just crawled out from under a bridge. I couldn't get past it. Especially when in previous books, he is so cultured and drool worthy. She also does a truly atrocious southern accent on the female lead. So the entire novel, I felt like the super hot vampire Spade, was falling in love with Eddie Mae from "Hee Haw". Stick with regular English Tavia. You CAN NOT do accents. AT ALL.
The parts where only spade or the narrator (in her own voice) were talking.
The Narrator could try to keep the accents and voices she did for reoccuring characters in previous book the same. And Never attempt another accent again. *SHUDDER*
It depends. I think the story would be great, but I'm not sure I can handle listening to Tavia do her horrific southern accent, or mutilate poor Bone's voice again. I feel like a poodle who has a dog whistle happy owner. It is a true testament to Ms. Frosts writing skill that I didn't quit listening.
Did I mention the truly horrible southern accent? I did? Because, seriously...