I love Tavia Gilbert's reading of Jeaniene Frost's Novels! She captures the accents so well and made me want more! Jeaniene Frost's writings made me want more too. I can't stop listening to her books!!! Truly a master of these books!!
I love the back and forth between Cat & Bones. Cat always has me laughing at her wit and sense of humor! Tavia Gilbert's narration is awesome again!
I really loved all the books in this series
This series is the first one I have listened to with Tavia Gilbert and her performance is unbelievably good. Her voice puts me so far into the story that my heart races with the fight scenes and my eyes fill with tears during the sad and happy scenes. Between the writing and the performance it may be the best series I have listed to.
I love books, but busy mom that doesnt have time to read them. So having audible has been a blessing to me. Shower or car listening is great
I love the unpredictably of the story line and even things that you wouldn't think would mesh well are very well done. Making this a none stop excitement. I like this book as much as the first one. And I am excited to see how this continues on!
I enjoyed the first book, I thought it was fun and original, but the second installment here left me sorely disappointed. Frost is very good at conjuring circumstances that should lead to great drama, but she falls short every time. Falls short in plot, dialogue, character development...the whole shebang. When Katherine and Bones reunite is like a made for MTV movie, not a gritty vampire hunter tale. Her writing is the caliber to be found in a middle school level creative writing course.
Bones is kind of cool but obviously a Spike avatar...and says "Don't Fret!" way way too much. Please, make a friend in England, and find out how they really talk.
And Tavia Gilbert is possibly the most annoying narrator here on audible. I will never buy a book narrated by her again. Her voice for Katherine was ok, but every other character was just awful, especially the masculine voices, which in her performances sound super goofy. Especially Bones.
Blah. I barely managed to finish it and was sorely resentful of the time invested listening.
A series really warms up here. Bones finally catches up with cat after four years.The reunion causes a lot of sparks him really gets the series started.
I am a book lover and I enjoy fantasy and paranormal type of books.
After you listen to Tavia Gilbert's narration, you, too will love the Cat and Bones' story. Jeaniene Frost's Night Huntress is a great world to lose yourself in for a few hours.
Cat is my favorite female character and Bones is my favorite male character. Their interaction is priceless with the laughs and tears they share.
The great love that Bones has for Cat is overwhelming. Any woman would want a man to love them and only them in this sweet and tender sentiment.
I love this series and listen to it often.
I love books and love to get lost in the fantasy. I'm always looking for a new good story to bury myself in. :)
Great addition to the series! I love Cat and Bones and since book #1 left off without a happy ending I was anxious to continue the story and see their story continue. This story certainly lives up to my hopes. :D
Cat is a half vampire and hasn't had an easy life. She's currently working for a Government run organization that hunts killer vamps and protects humans from them. She likes her work but is sad because when she was blackmailed in to this job 4 years before, she was forced to split company with the love of her life, Bones. She hasn't been able to move on and just lives for her work.
Bones is a 200+ years old vampire and in love with Cat. When she disappeared 4 years before he knew that someone had taken advantage and used her weakness of her mother to get to her. He's been searching for Cat for all these years and is determined to find her. Just when he's finally getting close he gets an unexpected windfall that leads him to her in the form of a friend's wedding.
Bones and Cat split up at the end of the last story but both haven't been able to get over each other. In the years since they split, neither has been able to move on to other people. Cat hass determined that it couldn't work with Bones even if she wasn't trapped in her job because she thinks that Bones would decide she has to turn vampire and Cat doesn't want to do that. I think she uses this as a reason to convince herself not to go looking for Bones because she still longs for him. Cat has made a friend in her new life named Denise. Denise does convince Cat to finally go out on a date with a nice man named Noah. Cat tried dating Noah but knows she'll have to split up with him because it just isn't working for her and she can't convince herself to give Noah more than a kiss. When Denise ends up getting married it brings about a couple of coincidences that bring Bones and Cat together. When Cat sees Bones she's freaked, not sure why he's back in her life and wondering if he still wants her or is pissed at her. There's also been trouble with vamps trying to kill her because of bounties on her head so she also worries that Bones might be planning to take her out for the money.
Bones quickly disabuses her of the notions that he intends her harm and tells her that he's there to keep her safe from a couple things that are a risk for her. One is that whoever had a price on her head still does and so there's more killers looking for Cat's head. Also, Ian, Bone's vampire sire, is out to capture Cat. Cat had a run in with Ian previously and unfortunately, when finding out he was Bone's sire, let him go for the life she owed Bones. Ian wasn't happy to escape with his life and since Cat's a rare half-vampire, Ian wants her to "belong" to him for bragging rights and is trying to find her for that reason. Bones has decided to protect Cat and also uses some slightly underhanded methods to discover if Cat still loves him. There's some drama as Cat has to discover the truth about a few things and figure out what to do about Bones. She decides to risk her job and try dating Bones again. They try to start back up slowly but end up in a show down with her mother (who still hates the undead with a passion) the very first evening they decide to restart their relationship. That actually goes relatively well but when her work finds out who she's dating things aren't quite so easy. Their slow start gives way relatively soon and things get hot and heavy between Bones and Cat as they rebuild their relationship and getting even deeper with each other. All the while, they have to deal with her job, hit men, jealous exes, Ian and numerous other issues. There's quite a bit going on but I liked the way the end came out. Things get pretty much settled in the end and Cat and Bones are securely together. It ends in a very nice start to Cat and Bones' HEA.
I love this book and seeing Cat and Bones get back together and work things out. They're such a great couple and I love their chemistry and interactions. I so wish I had a Bones of my own and Cat's a great heroine even if she does make some mistakes. Once again, Frost did a great job with the story lines, making the romance and action story lines good balances for each other and making it all work well together. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. I'd highly recommend this book. 2 thumbs up! :D
This book was a lot better than the first one. It's been four years since the end of the last book and Cat has grown up a lot and I liked her a lot better. If I hadn't already had this book I probably wouldn't have continued listening after the first one. There's some interesting twists and turns and it was fun to watch the developing relationship after Cat and Bones meet again. Be prepared for a few long long love scenes.
Just wish the narrator could be a little better with Bones' voice.
Yes, but they would have to start with the first book. This is one of my favorite series!
I listened to the first Night Huntress book that Tavia Gilbert performed. She is amazing! She is exactly what I expected Cat to sound like. As stated in my review of the first book, it took a while for her performance of Bones to grow on me, but now I wouldn't have it any other way.
Always! Especially with Tavia Gilbert as the narrator.