This was short, concise and to the point, without the meandering some novels contain. Although it definitely feels like it is leading to another book, it was still very enjoyable.
I thoroughly enjoyed this very romantic tale.
Jane Sillie because of her spirit and compassion.
He breathes life into all the characters and really captures their spirit. I love his brogue.
I did listen in one sitting for sure. This is a novella so it is possible to do that.
Phil Gigante and Karen Marie Moning are a wonderful combination.
Phil Gigante but only his interpertation of the male character.
The time travel and the narrator.
Yes I love his narrations. I've listened to several of them from different books. I think he is best partnered with a female narrator. He can portray any male character but sounds very odd and when doing the females. Awesome narrator otherwise. Love how he portrays the difference between the males and love his accents.
Great story but too short. Needed more of a connection with the other fae fever books. Would've liked if Phil Gigante partnered with female narrator like Natalie Ross but good otherwise.
I love most of Karen's books, but this was a waste of time and money. It was like she wrote with no storyline, just wanted to put a short book out to make money.
Written with a plot of some kind.
Yes - I love Phil Gigante's performances.
No - there is no storyline!!
Waste of time.
Yes! It sucks that this is just a novella. I am hoping and hoping that Ms Moning would continue her Highlander series... but she herself written that she wouldn't :-(
I suppose the storyline of this book is pretty similar to Gena Showalter's Wicked Night... only because of the .... "inexperienced tormented male hero finally falling in love" part. But this novella is a lot shorter and sweeter I guess...
The part when Jane teaches him how to kiss ;-P HOT HOT HOT
there were more than one part... but I'll have to tell the entire story if I go into it ;-)
Please write another book Ms. Moning!
Hmm, if I were to rate it from among the audiobooks in my collection, on a scale of 1-10, I'd have to give it about a 7. That's really not bad, considering I have well over 200 audiobooks on my shelf, and that fact that it's a short story, not a full-blown novel or epic.
Gail Carriger's 'Souless' comes to mind. Not because of any similarities of plot or setting - there are none - but because they both make me laugh.
The hero of course. Phil always makes them come through as believable, human, and downright sexy.
Just to clarify for anyone not familiar with Karen Marie Moning's works - This book does NOT tie-in to her Highlander or her Fever series. 'Into the Dreaming', 'Beyond the Highland Mist' and 'To Tame a Highland Warrior' are all early works where the author was still feeling her way, and stand on their own (although BtHM and TTaHW are both loosely connected to each other.) I highly recommend the audio versions for any of her books - especially those narrated by Phil Gigante, but would suggest you start with either TTaHW or 'The Highlander's Touch'. BtHM is her first book, and has more to do with the kind of story acceptable to publishers at the time of its writing than any of Karen's actual style of plots and/or characterization.
Another great pairing of narrator and author!
The highlander series
His voice is magic; he just sucks you in
If you like time travel romances you will love this!
maybe a 3.
all of them, they carried each other
he is great in all his performances!! love his voice and the way he tells a story
loved it all!
I have heard this entire series and this was by far the worst of all the books. The story line was "cheezy" so easy to predict and lacked in any real quality. The narrators feamale voices make me slightly irritated like fingers on a chalk board.