in the fourth installment of the hell's eight mccarty once again delivers a scorching western tale with enough humor and sex mixed in to make the story both believable, and enjoyable. im waiting with baited breath for the next installment as well as the rest of the series. in the same vein as tabor evan's longarm series an adult western for all fans of this genre. i rate this submission 4 out of five stars.
tracker as in the previous submissions the protagonist is my favorite character because he is well rounded and straight to business.
the protagonist (see above)
mccarty has a way of combining humor and ruthless western action in her books which make them a joy to listen to.
It is one of the best in all areas.
Sarah McCarty's books are especially good and very consistent in their high quality.
I like the ending because it set up the next book in the Hells Eight Series.
I was on the edge of my seat for most of the book. The suspense was pallatible at times and the story moved along with ease.
I can't wait for the rest of the Hells Eight Series.
Didn't finish because of nararator.
The narrator was horrible. The cadence and inflection of her voice was EXACTLY the same for EVERY sentence...almost a question.....so bad I could not listen to more than the first chapter..I was very dissapointed by it because I love the Hells Eight series and wanted to know what happened to Tracker..I guess I will have to spend more money to but the book and read it myself.
No but only because of the narrator.
Can I get my money back or a credit?
Story line was good but half of the book was all sex in every fashion imaginable and too much anal sex
I've listened to the whole audio series in order and this was by far my favorite of the five written and recorded to date. Since I've listened to the whole series in just a few days I've noticed some inconsistencies between the books, which I found a bit distracting. I am looking forward to the remaining books.
Tracker's Sin is by far the best in the series. The narrator was fabulous and the story was very good and quite believable. I'll take Tracker any day of the week.
Strongly recommend this book.
I am sorry, I've never read the printed version to compare.
Tracker getting his women at the end of course.
The book kept you captivated.
When Arie and her sister were in a meadows of daisies, and they finally talked about the day they were seperated. Arie felt she was abandoned by her sister, only to find out that she was never forgotten by her sister and her sister was looking for her all that time.
Rates in order, I really enjoyed it.
Tracker in this book.
If you like Sara McCarty and her style of writing then you will enjoy this series. It has romance and the things that happen when you are on the way to falling in love and after you fall in love.
Good conflict, great strength
Found that sister...
It could be better.
I did listen to it in one sitting that's why i love Audiobooks don't get neck ache. listen while walking, gardening, waiting, traveling... extra time is an opportunity.
Can't wait to listen to Shadow's story!!
Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
A great read and holds your attention all the way to the end. It made me a fan of Sarah McCarty. Realistic with the right amount of romance and irony!
Nothing exceptional, but enjoyable. I didn't mind the narrator the way others seemed to. She had a lazy way of speaking that I think was supposed to be sensual. I was ok with it.
You'll have to like erotica if you want to like this author - which I do, for the most part. But be warned, she's a little too kinky at times. The language is overly crude (she loves the "P" word way too much) and repetitive. The last scene was offensive and turned what should have been a glorious conclusion into something downright disturbing. I mean, what would you do if on your wedding night your new husband told you your VJ just wasn't enough for him and anal sex turned into the ultimate expression of love? UGG. Experimenting at some point, may-be, but that was just SO wrong.