this book was ok but could have been better, idk when she became so unskilled that she couldn't save herself. But the ending does make you want to go to tje next book.
Again a good story that is hard to follow because the heroine is having sex so often the main point of the story often seems to have no point. Sex, hoqw often and how many places often seens more important than the story line which is actually good.
I didn't read books 1 & 2, but the heroine was very impetuous and I didn't think someone who was so spontaneous could accomplish what she was doing. The book really went from sex scene to scene with a little action in between.
No, Just this series
She sounded really classy, but the character seemed very trashy - the voice didn't fit the character.
If the journey and battles had been flushed out as much as the sex, I probably would have enjoyed it more
Might be great for some readers, but I stopped listening 1/2 way through because I really did not care about the main character.
ACTION?? I wish I had read in the reviews that dominance and oral sex are very important to the ACTION of this plot! Sex is natural in life and is often included in stories, but it distracts from the story the way it's written in here. Or maybe S&M sex is the point of the story, not saving the worlds.
Really? A woman wrote this? Seems like a man's fantasy and an idea of what he thought women wanted to hear. Disgusted and distracted from the plot, I deleted the novel at chapter 8. Maybe Richelle is a guy.
N/A, didnt read print edition
Fast moving, lots of action, very good narrator, evrything.
Good listen, monolithic.
I liked the Succubus series, but I LOVED this series. I only hope this is NOT the last book in the series. Please Richelle - please say your not done with this series yet??
absolutely not, unless I fell prey to an unknown tendency towards masochism
All of them
The saddest moment in this book was realizing since it was narrated in First Person that the character I most wanted to immediately die, the Narrator, aka, the heroine of the novel, wouldn't. To keep listening past the first couple of hours, was perhaps masochistic. I kept on with it, hoping she'd grow the spine/balls that one would logically expect...but no...she dissolved into fumbling incompetence and the banality of the storyline grew in direct proportion.
War, quests, and prophecies oh my! This book keeps you on your toes. The balance between worlds has really been tipped to the other world in this book, but you feel comfortable. Euginie's character is coming to grips with her gentry side and i feel like we're getting to know storm king though her new outlooks. Jasmine is becoming a bigger part of her sister's life and helping to strengthen that bond with the gentry side.
Her love life is an absolute mess, but what kind of book would it be if there weren't any romantic drama!
Narrator: Great job. I love her performance with each character.
I can't wait for the next book to come out, I am officially hooked. Oh, and the explicit nature of the last books feels a bit toned down in this one. Not by much, but it is toned down.
I discovered this series after listening to the Succubus books. I didn't like the narrator of this series at first but I think she got better after the first book and started to grow on me. The story, had me totally engrossed. Richelle Mead is a wonderful storyteller. Eugenie had me on an emotional roller coaster. One minute I love her, the next I hate her. She quite possibly has the worst judgement ever when it comes to men but I couldn't stop listening. By now, I have fallen in love with Dorian and his sense of humor. I haven't liked Kiyo since book one and I can't wait to see what Eugenie decides to do about the mess she has gotten herself into.
Great development of the various relationships. A lot of the same paranormal plot points take place, but they are more believeable with this main character. The final book comes out in January. Wish it was sooner.