Finally a cinderellaesque tale that has Cinderella kicking her psychotic prince not so charming in the ass. There are things in this book that will make laugh unexpectedly and endear a stuck snob and wise cracking mountain woman to your soul.
I thought this book of Cole's would be great, and enjoy this series as a means to pass the time. But I found myself frustrated with the wonderful Robert Perkoff's female southern drawl (his voice just did not work for me here), and I really didn't like the story, either. The basic concept was quite good, actually, but the way Cole let her heroine be...bullied into things...the whole "No means no!" concept was thrown out the window here. I listened to it in entirety, but was consistently frustrated when our hero would force himself on the heroine...and she kept going back for more. Truly, a disappointment.
Love kresley cole.. Love the stories.. Love the humor..personalities.. Love the narrator, he does a wicked job with her stories
There's too many to count. This is my favorite book I own. I mean I get butterflies thinking about the amazing talent of Cole and Petkoff.
There is none better. I find other narrators lacking. I'm completely spoiled on him.
Lothaire is diabolical! I love this book sooo much that I want to tell people how great it is. I'm just nerdy enough to try and have a conversation with someone who isn't even into PR.
Worth every dime, and more! The performance by Robert was beyond words as usual. Thank you Kresley for another outstanding book in the IAD series!
I absolutely love to read/listen to my books. If the book is hot, I'll read it over and over again. My wish is to meet my favorite authors.
loved it with a passion😆 I need more Mrs Cole. I can never get enough
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When Ely saved Lothaire who found himself trapped an dying from trying to save her family from a clasped mine.
First I have to say Robert Petkoff is phenomenal. Kresley Cole's IAD series is amazing and Robert Petkoff is like butter cream frosting on the cake. The both of them have create a Sci-Fiction romance that draw me in. Lothaire is one of my favorite books in the IAD series next to "Dark from the Dark". Lothaire is a complete jerk (and that's putting it nicely), but I still found myself rooting for him. Lothaire is the ultimate bad boy! He is tall, angelically beautiful, smart, accented, and dangerous, but all he wants is his bride and is confused to which woman is his. If you enjoyed IAD thus far you will love Lothaire.
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I don't even know what to say other than out of all the books in this series this one hands down is my favorite. It's simply wonderful I can't even tell you how many times I've listened to this one. Just get it now.
Wow! What a fantastic story! I always had a love/hate thing for Lothaire from the previous books. But he truly redeems himself in this one. Robert Petkoff is outstanding in his narration. I've listened to all the books in this series. He does a great job with the different accents and even with the female voices. Highly recommend this one!