I must say this is one of the best narrators I have heard. He does dialects extremely well. I also agree with another listener who pointed out that the woman, the main character, is very realistic. I also get tired of the whiney, tougher than nails, kick ass female that seems to pop up in a lot of books. No wonder most of these women can't keep their mates. This female, Emiline grows into her strength, little by little. If you like romance and werewolves, get this book. It's amazing. I loved it. Thank you audible listeners for recommending this one.
PNR is my prefered genre, but I also enjoy any lighthearted, funny, steamy stories. Listening to books helps me to do mindless housework.
I've said it before my reviews of other books, I absolutly HATE when the author develops the sexual relationship before the emotional one.
A story about kidnap and rape!! Forcing a woman to strip down naked and physically manipulate a man's genitals against her will, I consider this to be rape.
The narrator was the only redeeming thing about this book. IMHO his preformance was really quite good, esp. considering what he was reading.
Disgust mostly. Yes, anger (that I bought the d@mn book), disappointment (that it didn't live up to the hype) and frustration (that so many people actually think this is a great story (what the hell is our society coming too?)).
I purchased this book because it kept coming up over and over on my "recommended for you" list, that combined with the high rating and raving reviews. File this one under "bodice ripper." I quit listening after the first 5 chapters because I was so discusted by the victimization of Emma, but hey I paid for it, and it WAS so HIGHLY rated I wanted to see what all the hype was about, so after about a week, I continuted on until the bitter end. Lachlain became less ruthless towards Emma in the middle which made the story more interesting, but then took a turn for the worse toward the end for me.
at 1st I didn't wanna read it, but with reviews I got off here I took a chance, im glad I did
the part when he meet up with his bother at Val hall
I love Robert petkoff he did a good job
Enjoyed my start to this series. Can't wait to see who is next in the line up to find their mate. Robert Petkoff is AWESOME!!! Hope he stays with the series.
Yes. Why? Because it is a great story but to be honest just to have my toes curl any time Petkoff does Lachlain's parts. Seriously Hot!
No. This was a first. I am glad that he has done the remainder of the series. I am buying them all up so I can listen to them. I have read them all and this is a wonderful way to revisit them.
LOL several times. No crying. I mentioned the toes curling right?
The plot of this book is exactly like the first, only different characters and a LOT longer to listen to. If you buy the first book in this series, you've heard this one too. Don't waste your time or money.
Yes -- I won't be looking into any other Immortals books
Don't waste your money.