I really enjoyed this story and it had a few interesting twist that are unusual in the books I tend to read. The only thing that threw me off is the abrupt ending. Nothing was really resolved. I felt that a little too much was focused on their romance and backstory that the conflict got pushed to the side.
I'm a listener-holic. I love to listen while making greeting cards, cooking, gardening, and while doing absolutely nothing else.
Marcus, so forlorn for so many centuries, never to have the woman he has loved from afar. Then a new woman is set in his path. Of course Mr Snarky Marcus doesn't want her: at first. This is definitely a love story for the ages. I love that Dianne Duvall has placed continuity at the forefront of her books. The performer makes the words leap right off the 'page' into my heart. I laughed out loud, I cried, and I couldn't wait for the twist. In fact I kept telling the book to tell me the secret too.
I think this combination of author Dianne Duvall and performer Kirsten Potter is absolute dynamite!
I really like this series. The interaction between past and present characters flows well. Strong males with hidden demons always appeals. Worth the credit.
The plot was stupid. Most of the narrative centered around how bloody the wound was. The characters were lifeless and stereotypical. The narrator did the best she could considering the poorly written dialogue.
She did the best anyone could with such an insipid plot and poorly written narrative.
disgust, I had wasted my time simply to find out the heroine was an alien. Gore for the sake of gore. Just boring and an insult to readers.
I will not be listening to this series.