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For me this story was an "okay" concept that was just not too compelling. The writing is not very inspiring, and the dialogue a bit unimaginative and sometimes silly. I found the whole dominant male attitude of the main character and the love scenes to be rather cliche', and unfortunately the main female character did not resonate for me and make me care. The narration was just passable but not impressive, IMO the female voices were not done very well. In example, Jeaniene Frost's writing and (in particular) the Night Huntress series is what I would refer you to as the high standard in this genre, if you enjoy this type of story: what I call "sexy paranormal" or R-rated paranormal romance.
Sexy Scotish Warewolf
Lockland. Sexy scotish warewolf.
When Ema found out how big and bad she really was.
When Ema fell for the big guy.
Petkoff is the best! Love the voices.
The best part was the sensuality of the characters being drive to one another it's a nice classic love story, the problem is there is nothing riveting holding me to explore anymore of the series.
I think i'll look else where for my vampire lore.
none really it was quite pedestrian.
A better plot
While the whole book is @ 12 hours, it is very intersted and worth a second run.
Awesome story! Lachlain was very sexy and everything you from a Lykae Clan. Emmaline was adorable! I laugh through most of the book and could not put it down. Once you start reading, you are completely focused on figuring out how the story is going to end. This is my first Kresley Cole book. After reading this one, I am interested in trying more
No I Like the audio version better, Robert Petkoff is perfect!!!!
Trust & Love
I love the entire book but when Emma runs in Locklands arms.
Wow the whole book did Kresley Cole is on her game with this Series cant wait for additional books to become Audio I have the entire series I Book but i really enjoy the Narrator he is perfect.
Narrator does a fantastic job relating the story! Even his female voices are believable (which is my usual issue with audiobooks). Petkoff's Scottish burr is absolutely delectable :)
This was a sexy vampire thriller that compared well to any other I have listened to. It got me through a bad case of the flu while stuck in bed for a day or so.
As with most of these, it was the moment when the lovers realize they love each other and the first embrace takes place. Although these moments are predictable in such books, when well done, who cares? I enjoyed it and that's what matters to me.
Robert Petkoff did a fine job and I will look for him again.
This book did not make me cry, but I do remember laughing a little. I compare listening to this, to eating a nicely decadent box of chocolates. You know you shouldn't but you cannot resist, and well, sometimes chocolate is just what you need---not a great and glorious message, not a bowl of salad or a carrot, but something fun, romantic, and sexy, which this books delivers.
If you were ever intrigued by the whole
Something about yourself.
They are just fabulous either way. Sometimes the earthiness of the prose makes listening in privacy an issue ha
Gee I like them all but Bowen the heroes best friend caught my interest. Emmaline intrigued me and the thought of all the internet shopping she can do with Lachlan's money makes him very likeable. I guess the
He makes the hero come alive. The accents are wonderful. The pitch of his voice his timing in reading the story and the emotions he can communicate just enhance the tale.
I did not laugh or cry but I admit to a sigh.
This is a great start to the series. I have all the books and was glad to see this one as an audio book. Can't wait for the other titles to be added to audio.
I loved it. Great plot, full of action and romance. It was HOTTTTTTTTTTT and steamy!....the leg freaked me out a bit but emma got over it so I did too! LOL