Audio Addict! Usually listening to History these days. Love Will Durant most of all authors!
I love Krestley Cole. But this audiobook is terrible. It takes is a shorter story about a Vampire and a Valkyri- two races that hate one another. It is a very poor example of the writer's talent, and also a bad narration duo. The bedroom scenes were numerous, which doesnt bother me, but they dragged on. The male reader sounds like he's Count Chocula. It's just not good when he starts panting like the Sesame Street "counting Count".
I would read a summary on GoodReads or Amazon, then start the series with Hunger Like No Other, which is a spectacular audiobook.
This book is not a necessary to enjoy the series. If you've never read K.C, this might keep you from her work altogether. Skip this and read the rest!! :)
I'm a 54 year old mail carrier. I listen to books around 6 hours a day. Listening to just about any fiction genre. Just starting to review.
Not that I know of.
I had heard of this series but haddn't started it. I expected the first book to contain world building and there really wasn't any. Characters even the leds were almost no existant. A total waste of my time and my cash. I bought the second book at the same time I doubt I'll bother listening to it.
Yes, I love this series!
Pretty much all of it.
Enemies to lovers
I almost didn't buy this because of the bad reviews. The narration was better than I was led to believe. I've heard worse!
At least the character's voices weren't mindless drones.
Say something about yourself!
Being that this book was short, I think the book was dammed good. Luved the story line of feuding species and the forbiden friut concept. The sexual contant of the story was great. Again let me point out, for not being a long book.
This is more romance novella than book. It is your pretty standard paranormal bodice ripper. I give it credit for being super sexy.
I love books and love to get lost in the fantasy. I'm always looking for a new good story to bury myself in. :)
This is a great story. I've actually read this before (I think this is my 4th reread?) and loved it enough that I continued the series.
Myst is a Valkyrie and Nikolai is a (turned instead of born) Vampire and those 2 breeds usually don't mix. The story description gives the gist of the story and I don't want to get into spoilers but I will say that despite how things started, Nikolai and Myst find a bond between them and manage to get past their initial preconceived notions and misunderstandings to cement that bond. While I hurt for them both when things were rough, I loved how things ended and their HEA.
I greatly enjoyed this story! I loved both Nikolai and Myst and was rooting for them to work things out from the beginning. Things weren't always easy between them but I was so happy they worked things out in the end. Overall, I thought this was a great story and would recommend it. :D
* There were 2 narrators, a female for the parts from Myst's PoV and a male for the parts from Nikolai's PoV. I think both did a very good job.