Retired Library Director. I enjoy romantic/adventure, paranormal romance, mysteries, adventure and nonfiction
A little disappointing as I like all the ends tied up, but it is a series.
She has a very plesant voice and was really good with the Kentucky accents. They were definitely there without being overdone.
My favorite is still the first in the series, Dragon Bound.
This is the book that I have returned to no less than 10 times. There's so much feeling here of love growing and interesting story telling that I have gone through two paper backs. Well worth the read/listen.
I loved this book. The narrator was awesome. I loved how ALL the Jin back up Grace against Kalel's father. This was amazing. If I didn't have kids I would have had it done along time ago.
My name is Irene and I'm a lifelong bookaholic. A few years ago, I started adding audiobooks and I'm so happy I joined Audible in 2015 :-))
Who would think to pair up an Oracle and a Djinn? But Harrison makes it work. Grace and Khalil's story is in my top 3 in this series, along with Dragon Bound & Serpent's Kiss. I get that they've tried to make these "stand alone" books, but I recommend the pleasure of reading these books in order. Eastlake does a very good job with Grace's southernish accent & differentiating between characters. She is the voice of the series. Recommend. Worth the credit.
Blue Moon Reviews
I've been a fan of the elder races series from the beginning. It's smart and solid fantasy romance and a lovely escapist world where our heroes and heroines always strive to do the right thing. Oracle's Moon is a favorite and one I often revisit. Gracie, Khalil, and the kids are a joy. And I loved seeing an ancient badass reluctantly morph into pretty much the ideal sensitive guy. As always, Sophie Eastlake's narration is exactly right.
I've listened to or read most of Thea Harrison's Elder series, and this is the best of the lot. It's well written, has a great premise and wonderful characters. Sophie Eastlake does a good job of narrating it, particularly the children.