Probably if I had read the previous books in the series.
Twice Tempted by Jeaniene Frost.
When I got this book I did not know it was part of a series. This book was not like books from Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire Mysteries, and Jeaniene Frost's Night Huntress Series, which are all good stand alone books. I was completely lost throughout this book. The book read like I was supposed to already know the characters and the plot. Maybe if I had read the previous books I would have liked it more. But, I don't know that I want to. Probably not.
JUST THE WAY HE HAD TO TALK WAS SOOO ADORABLE.
WHEN HE DIDN'T LIE AND TOLD THE TRUTH JUST FOR HER!! AND ENDED UP IN SO MUCH PAIN BUT DIDN'T CARE.
HE'S HAS A SEXY VOICE, BUT THEN HE WOULD GET MONOTONE AND DRAB AT SOME POINTS.
Too many books, so little time. 5 stars=Great, 4 stars=Good, 3 stars=Okay, 2 stars= Sucked, 1 star=Awful.
Another great addition to the LOTU series. Although I will admit I wasn't as engrossed in this story as much as the other ones. There was maybe a few too many side stories from other points of views going on for me to really get involved in the love story. With that said it is still really good if you are committed to the series, which defiantly need to be read in order. I did like the second half better than the first half. I personally would like to see the story of Torin.
Believer in what you can't see
I love that Gideon and Scarlett figure out their relationship. I also like seeing the depth of feelings Gideon has for Scarlett and tries everything he can to help her.
Gideon is one of my favorites. I find the character very touching and he get so upset that he can't tell others how he really feels about them without pain. He is one of the Lords that will give his life for another.
Max Bellmore makes the story better than in book form. There are only 2 other series that I just have the audiobooks because the narrator make the story wonderful to listen to. The other two are Jeannie Frost, Cat and Bones, and Charlaine Harris, Sookie Stackhouse.
The most moving moment is when Gideon was told that he had a son and that he died at the hand of Zeus. He was in such sorrow, not only because he couldn't remember him, but that the God that he admired killed his son. Even after he found out it wasn't true, he still felt sorrow that he didn't have a son after all.
Firstly, I didn't realize this was a Harlequin book. Normally that would be enough but I do listen to fantasy/romance so the book itself is not too far off. Narration was OK. The book was just very simple.
From what I deduct, this is one of a series so maybe it would make sense that way...There were two different story lines developing one of which made absolutely no sense. I kept wondering did she just write this stuff as fill? I enjoy mythology very much and have enjoyed the small twists the author has made. But, nothing that knocked me off my socks.
Scarlett was a good character. Gideon was sometimes a bit too stupid. I know, I know...He can't speak the truth but it got a quiet a bit more monotone toward the end. Romance part was also mediocre. If you're looking for that...Sherilyn Kenyon or Feehan...
Listen if you wish but don't expect too much of anything.