Psychic historical suspense
The Burning Lamp: has the same psychical/crystal/romantic/suspense elements
No, but I'll look for some of her others now that I've listened to this one.
When Lucas defended Evangeline from his Aunt Florence.
This is a great book from a narrator I'd never had the joy of listening to and an author that I've long enjoyed. Ms. Eyre's characters were all nicely distinguished. Loved the accents!
Perhaps this is a technical issue, but chapters 25 to the end of story are missing.
In the maze.
How can I hear the end of the story?
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
In this first book of a new series we meet Evangeline and Lucas and their paranormal mysterious world. It was a most entertaining romance romp that was fun and had both plot and character development.
Plus if you like A.M.'s books (Jayne Ann Krentz) then you'll know what to expect - a good enjoyable listen that was well worth the credit.
Not sure, couldn't listen to it
Her voice was very irritating and her male voice was awful.
Anger, because I really wanted to listen to it, I have listened to all Amanda Quick's books and have never had one that I didn't love, until this one. The reader was so bad I could not get into the story.
Anne Flosnik has read most of her books. I don't understand why publisher's have to keep changing readers, especially in a series.
This story from suspenseful from the beginning to the end of the book. It was a book that you could not put down.
Amazing, Intriguing and mysterious
When Lucas saves Eva from almost being killed, it was an intense moment that made you smile, feel their heat as well as be a little scared all at the same time.
She brings so much to a story, I sometimes think that she has to have a man reading with her as she does the voices so well and it seems so seemless of a transition from one character to another, I know I would not be able to do that in a book. She bring emotion, feeling into the stories she reads, I feel like I'm literally watching a movie when she narrates a book.
Yes! I did not want to stop and got frustrated when interrupted or when I had to put it aside.
When listening to an Amanda Quick novel I usually chuckle from time to time and enjoy the banter between the main characters. This story lacked the humor I have grown so fond of and was somewhat boring. I have a hard time pausing audiobooks, sometimes I drive around the block or walk an extra mile just to continue listening, not so much with this one. The story itself had potential, I just wasn't a fan of how it actually played out. If you haven't read one of her novels I certainly would suggest one, just not this one.
Yes. I love the intense situations and confusion and of course, romance.
When she is chased through the garden and he saves her, then she saves him.
No, but I look forward to more of her in the future.
You can't be sure what will happen next.
I'm hoping for a sequel!
I like to listen to books it makes the time go by very fast! Like to listen to romance like nora roberts.
Listen to it anywhere
When Evangeline and Lucas first meet
When Lucas and Evangeline was forced into the gardens at night
The end whenLucas and Evangeline married
I absolutely adore Amanda Quick books, I have many broken spines of hers on my bookshelf. That said I did not enjoy this story as well due to the reader.
I felt that the accent was all wrong, I did manage to block out her voice and enjoy the story however.