I read the first book in print, but since I have this subscription, thought I would use my credit to listen to the next two books in the series. I'm so disappointed that I did. Like everyone else, I was also very distracted by the way Becca Battoe narrates the novel. In times when I would've heard Ana's reaction in a tone that conveyed confidence or was at lease playful with Christian, Bottoe's tone was immature, whiney and insecure. Ana battles with her insecure demons in this book, but we all do, even the most self assured women let their minds entertain her worst fears when her heart is in such a vulnerable position. But Battoe caused me to hope Ana doesn't succeed. Annoyed that she's falling into an editor role without earning it and that this beautiful man unconditionally loves her while she's reacting to daily events like a 12 yr old. I can't wait to read the third book in print so that my Ana character can prevail.
Not a big fan of reading but I loved listening and couldn't stop once I started
Thrilling story! Although the narrator needs to work on her voices, I can't say that I would do better.
The author does a wonderful job giving a complete description of characters, motives and feelings, without boring you.
This book keep on the edge of my seat. I love this book and will read everything she writes. If you like books the keep at the edge of your seat read this book.it's not only about the sex .it's about there lives .
Although I thought it was a well written text, the best part of it for me was the masterful performance by narrator Becca Battoe... She brought multiple characters to life with just the hint of her voice in so many ways that made this very much like watching a movie with all the details. As a big fan of audiobooks for so many years, I have had my fair share of really good writing gone to waste with poor narration and Becca deserves a lot of credit for the success of this audiobook.
Loved this story when it was fanfiction. I waited with so much anticipation for the next chapter to be posted. Now, I have every chapter at my fingertips. I must have read this as fanfiction four or five times. I cannot count the number of times I have read or listened to the book since it was changed from fanfiction to a novel. I loved it at it inception, and I still love it now.