I'm one of the reviewers at the Guilty Indulgence Review Site. I am always reading - I don't go anywhere without an ebook or audiobook!
Lothaire is h-o-t, and his story was worth the wait. Everything in the series is coming to a head, and while this focuses on Lothaire's HEA, readers get highlights on the coming Accession. As always, Petkoff does Cole's book justice. Sexy, sexy, sexy.
You either love or Hate him...... He will do what needs to be done and say what you don't want to hear. But as rough as he is.... he manages to have a soft spot for his woman and she is tuff in her own way and will not take his crap. Just got to LOVE it.
When she cuts of his head.
This was great as usual
Kresley Cole is Great and this is another one of my favorite books
I've listened to this book 3 times and I keep coming back for more. I love Ellie and her strong spirit. Robert Petkoff brings Ellie and Lothaire's characters to a whole new dimension. Reading the book myself was great but hearing their voices, accents, emotions through Robert was exceptional. I don't think I could have experienced their story better in any other way.
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.