I like this book alot I think it was worth the credit. Suzanne Cypress does a great job at the Narration. The story is one that keeps you interested in the book all the way through.
I would recommend it as a good book to listen to and can't wait to listen to the next one.
Wow, this has to be the dumbest book I have listened to so far. I will listen to just about anything that is light and fun, fact or fiction, vampires or not. This means that my tolerance is fairly high for predictability, immature heroines, weak plots, etc. AS LONG as there is either well-written humor or a good story in there somewhere, chances are I'll enjoy it. This book, however, is intolerable. No actual humor, no characters to care about, no believable (or at least creative) plot, the whiniest protagonist ever and irritating overuse of the term "God's blood". How did this book get so many stars?!
I have been listening to audible books for 3 years this is the first book i didnt finish, and I have listened to alot of bad books, I dumped it 1 hr into it. Not only was it the most stupid plot ever, the narrator was AWFUL! I dont understand with all the narrators out there whoever is responsible for picking the readers with the stories would match up better than they did here.
some semi-literate teenager.
she was incapable of pulling off a man's part and her women were stiff and /or valley girl.
she tried her best but she can't handle accents very well: her scotsmen kept lapsing into russian.
the author. the females were all pretty simple minded and weak willed.
if this was a first attempt: nice try, but i don't want to pay for first trys.
This was a boring and unoriginal story and at times it was embarassingly ridiculous. The heroine was brainless and the hero had a very annoying habit of saying "God's Blood" at regular intervals. I'm sure the narration was fine but I just couldn't get past the frustrating, dull plot. I wouldn't recommend this book and won't purchase any of the others in the series,
I won't be reading (listening) to any other books by this author. The main character said "God's blood" repeatedly....irritatingly so. The book moved at a snails pace and was underwhelming in the end.
Narrator:Suzanne Cypress does a pretty good job. Though the voices could of been better. Still was enjoyable and will listen to it again.Some reviewers didn't think this book was funny, I wonder why. Because I did! [giggles]
Love the opening scene when Gregori and Laszlo introduce Vanna to Roman...Laugh out loud moment.
There's fun banter all through the book.
I will get more of this series.
I have read the book my self. And wanted to read it again, I have been really busy. So getting the audiobook was a great idea.
All the other books in the series.
She was able to get the the characters accents down really well
When she found him dead in her bed. Lol
I hope she doesn't stop writing themto i Love the book.
Say something about yourself!
If you want another story about a demoralized vampire who is brooding because he is a vampire and has committed atrocities. Read this and be happy.
It is extremely predictable from the first - good vampire, bad vampire, good vampire’s entourage who knows that he is good, and a woman who resists loving the good vampire; but of course she cannot help herself.
The struggle between the good and bad vampire where the good vampire is willing to sacrifice himself for the right thing. The woman who will now die loving and fighting for him. Did I leave of anything? Oh yea, the woman always has to fight other humans (in this case her father) about the humanity of the undead.
Wait until you can get it for a penny.
I absolutely hated this book! It sounds like every harlequin romance novel I read in junior high, with vampires thrown into the plot. The lead couple was very unbelievable. Instead of coming off as a strong, self reliant woman, Shanna, the lead female, comes off as petulant and whiney. I couldn't find anything about the plot, or characters, to hold my interest. I can't believe this book was written by a best selling author. This was my first, and last, Kerrelyn Sparks book.