I love a good book but thanks to dislexea i suck at reeding speling and ya. so bring on audio fiction!
I liked thiss it was intresting but if youre looking formfall on ass funny thiss is not it grate read though
I didn't read the actual book
The story line is entertaining and fast paced... and best of all it was the first "light read" I have found enjoyable in a long time. A great way to "get away" for a short while with out falling into a huge depressing storyline.
The characters we fun.
This was different and lighthearted. Hope there will be another.
Amandas reading is so good I would probably listen to it again.
Olivia turning up drunk at Tobias doorstep
It's funny and Amanda does a great job reading is so I could listen to it in one sitting.
Amanda Ronconi, does a nice job. That's the nicest thing I can say. The main character is the worst, most annoying character ever! Olivia does nothing but whine, feel sorry for herself and act like a dumb ass for most of the book. I have never rooted for the protagonist/heroine to be killed. Until now. It's sad because I liked most of the other characters in this book and it started out decently enough. I had to stop listening every so often because I just got too sick of Olivia. Overall, less then meh.
I almost did not buy this book but wanted some light reading. Quite disappointed and should have paid more heed to the reviews. The author has promise but needs to tighten up her writing. I plan to watch for more of her books and see how they do.
Amazon Power Reader
This story started out with so much promise. The main character's voice was vivid and smart. The original story problem was outlined with clarity. There was also a sexy love interest. But then came the middle, and everything just fell apart. The story turned into cliched mush. I hated the slightly racist depiction of the Davina. And, Olivia's smart, sassy voice is absolutely lost to her brainless actions. Ultimately, we're left with one of those stories that starts off well, but doesn't hold to the original promise. The narrator was brilliant though. She really breathed life into the characters.
Ok, I understand suspense, but this is ridiculous. What is with this girl and seeing the obvious. Why does it take her so long to see the truth. First she completely trusts this woman she only met a day ago rather that people she's know all of her life. Stupid. Amanda Ronconi saved the story. There were funny places and sad places but most of the places I was saying,
The story was good but the dumb main character made me angry.
Only if Olivia grows a brain.
This is funny and enjoyable book. Ms. March did a nice job--story line was good, even though I am not into magical or werewolves. While the story was good, Amanda Ronconi (AR) made the book more enjoyable. I found myself laughing out loud. I stumbled upon her when listening to Molly Harper books--she was so funny. I have been hesitating reading the others for that reason, but I may purchase another, just because AR is narrating... Gosh I seem to be praising AR more than the book. I have said in more than one time in my reviews, the narrator makes the book. Is there any way we can get her to read Susan Elizabeth Phillips' books that will be coming out in July. She would be the perfect person to take Anna Fields (AF) place in SEP's books--man do I miss her-rest in peace AF.
Ummm...yeah....I would make the book not so predictable. I mean I can see it coming...it is so obvious to everyone except her. I mean you can't help but love the Heroine but you can see how stupid some of her decisions are before she makes them. She eventually puts it together but you want to pull your hair out while you wait on her to do so.
Amanda Ronconi makes the book. Half way through the book you'll be able to tell who the Villain is and who the good guys are. I like the direction the write was going but she made it way to easy to figure out; she needs to develop her story more. You will start to get annoyed with the Heroine simply because she refuses to put two and two together when it is staring her in the face.
I absolutely love Amanda Ronconi; that is the only reason I bought the book. She can make a Good book Great and a bad book good. I would give this book a 3.5 simply because the writer makes the middle too predictable and the Heroine to weak at times.
Yes, only if you change the middle of the book. If not this will be your typical scary movie where you are yelling at the screen telling the dumb girl the killer is behind her.