Can't wait to listen to the next book in this series. Both the story and the narration are excellent!! If you like paranormal romance, you'll love this audiobook!
I loved the story once they reached the middle of the book, but the first half was just full of him being a jerk and no communication. So, while I understand why the characters were not talking to each other. I kept wanting to yell at them to get it together and talk. I was annoyed for the longest time.
I thought the ending was great!!
It is worth it, but after listening to it the first time. I kinda skip the first half when I listen to it again, but I do have the urge to listen to the second half again, so that's a good sign.
She doesn't make a huge appearance in this book, but my favorite character in the entire series is Nix. She alone is worth listening to the entire series!
researcher, mad off-roader, desert girl
THIS is the book you fall in love in with.
THIS is the book you call off sick to finish listening to.
Lachlain is the guy you Stockholm Syndrome for.
Emma is most of us.
This is book you will call off work for.
This is book that will change your perspective.
Girls--this the story that will break the alcoholic. Call your sponsor.
Lachlain is the guy we all dream about. That we'd walk backwards on broken glass across the country to help.
Kresley Cole does it again, and Robert Petkoff elevates it with a perfect voice.
Get this book.
i read it one, so no i didn't listen to it in one sitting. i just skipped to my favorite parts. haha
great story, in print. Great stand alone piece, really, but once u read it and fall in love with the characters, you will be happy to read the rest in the series :)
I can't say if it was the story, or my mood. I just couldn't get into this one, I'd been wanting to read it for a while, and after thoroughly enjoying another Kresley Cole novel I went for it. But just didn't grab me like The Arcana Chronicles.
It may have been the overbearing, possessive lead male character that put me off. I normally have no problem with that sort, but this time it was too much.
With three hours left I turned it off and haven't returned. I may go back for another try at a later time.
This book had substance. I like to read erotic books. I love when a story builds before the actually act. This story has more emotional romance than sexual romance. I enjoyed it a lot.
I'd listen to another narration by Robert Petkoff in a heartbeat. But, this is my first and last purchase of a Kresley Cole book. I thought I'd give Cole a try as I've never read any of her material. I'm now three quarters of the way through the book and am frankly sick, sick, sick of the heroine Emma. In the opening chapters, Emma had been repeatedly described as shy, timid - with little backbone. As the book progressed, I was gratified to see that she began to step up and grow some backbone. She definately started to come into her own. Unfortunately, the author swung her like a pendulum from one extreme to another. She went from timid, mousy Emma to this incredibly resistant shrew, harpy, "in your face", take no sh*t type chit. I began to feel sorry for Lachlain, her much spurned suitor. Perhaps he won't get his "happily ever after" and if he does he will definitely have to work for it.
I like Robert Petkoff's take on a Scottish accent. He brings Lachlain's character to life and makes him sound oh so sexy.
Can't think of any in particular.
Was excited at first. Sounded as if it would be a good story of two people finding each other and falling in love, but this was grueling...almost, then 2 steps back...almost, then 1 step back...almost, then 3 steps back- too much like work. Wanted it to just end after a while.
I loved the follow through with everything from beginning to end.
I loved the scene where she was only able to drink from him in the end.
He always gets what he wants........and so does she.
I loved this book and will definitely continue with the series!
This book was so fun it was in a class by itself.
I guess the Black Dagger Brotherhood may compare. If you like this series you would like BDB. The world building is very detailed and stays consistent even though each book is about a different set of lovers.
I did have an extreme reaction to these characters, the Werewolves were a hoot and when they finally get down to it, it's hot.
So far I've loved every book in this series except the last one and only because I haven't read it yet. The author does have a formula that by the 3rd book you've figured out but have no fear the mental masturbation does get relieved eventually so once you've read a few you can deal more easily. But although you can predict some of it, the story lines are great, they're well written and a whole lot of fun. I'd recommend this series to all my girls at work.