Say something about yourself!
Seriously? Do I have to say anything about a book in this series? Have you listened to any of them? If so, nuff said! Although the plot and story line are essentially the same for all her books, the details Kresely gives you and each character really and truly have their own personality it doesn't get stale!!! And Petkoff- OMG, how the hell do you keep all the characters and accents straight? Are you as good looking as your voice leads me to believe?
Words I live by: Charm is a glow within a woman that casts a most becoming light on others~Jason Mason Brown
In my top 10.
It is just as good as the first book the in series
I like his voice.
Bowen, Bowen, Bowen. Was it not enough that he lost one mate does he really need to torment another. This Lykae is in a lot of trouble in this book, he manages to piss off half the Lore by trapping a number of its members. Luckily hes werewolf enough and strong enough to try and make up for it. Mariketa immediately reminds him she is not a witch to be messed with. How can he help her when he has been her worst enemy? That Lykae has skills and will use his age, experience and strength to win and protect his woman. Robert Petkoff is the only narrator of this series if you ask me. His accents are wonderful and I just expect to hear his voice when I get any of Cole's audiobooks. I just dont understand why the entire series isn't available yet. We will listen
Bowen was one of my favorite characters so i was happy when this book came out - though the back and forth between the 2 of them goes on a bit too long, its still a very enjoyable story. again the narrator does a wonderful job.
The audio edition definitely enhanced the print version, but the storyline could stand on its own.
Mariketa, b/c she shows growth and has a good sense of humor. Nix, b/c well, she's Nix.
Bowen has a good character arc as well.
Loved his accent.
Avid Reader when not teaching, being a Mommy, or gamer. Loves just about anything!
In the top 20.
There were scenes that could have had more interaction/engagement with the characters.
Bowen of course...Mr. Petkoff's Scottish accents make my toes curl and my breath catch.
When Bowen came for Mari in the cave.
Please release this series faster with Mr. Petkoff narrating...
Dont Judge a Book by its Movie
That Bowen finally is happy.
Rydstrom, he brings comic relief and is the voice of some reason.
I have listen to all I can, and it was just as awesome.
When Bowen was standing on the porch and his witch was watching from the mirror and new he was conflicted about doing the right thing but wanted her still more than anything else.
Believer in what you can't see
This is one of my favorite series I read. I love how quirky and funny this story can be. Even as they are bleeding and driving each other crazy the characters are fun and well rounded.
I would say that Jeanine Frost series with Cat and Bones, comes close to this storyline. Where there is a lot of laugh even among terror.
I love any of the scenes with Nix. She just cracks me up.
Buckle your seatbelt for an fun ride. With love, fun and adventure. Vampires, witches ghost and Demons, but not the type you would expect.
Love this series. Just thinking of this series makes me laugh.
Yes. I believe this entire series by Kresley Cole is fantastic. It transports you to another world. Each book can stand on its own, but the whole series makes for one great continuing story. This book contains everything: excellent character development, action, danger, and of course--romance. It's got all the essentials. I highly recommend this!
Bowen is my favorite character. He is so wounded and hopeless when you first encounter him. It's awesome to watch Mari bring him slowly back to life.
I love listening to male narrators. Duh. I'm a woman. lol. We like that deeper tone because it's attractive and makes the story even more alluring than it already is.
I love Audible! Being a full time wife, mother, and career leaves no time to actually read. Audio books give me my fix anytime and anywhere.
This series is phenomenal!!! Kresley Cole is a fantastic writer and Robert Petkoff is an incredible narrator. These books are filled with suspense, action, flaming lust, unpredictable twists, tender love, and best of all FUNNY!!
I am addicted to Audible and no longer read actual books, but I am still trying to decide if I actually want to go buy the fourth installment in paperback form, but I know I wont have time to read it and will miss Robert Petkoff's deep, dark, and sexy voice bringing Cole's characters to life. I'd rather hound Audible and Simon&Schuster Audio until they give me what I want!!! Who's with me? I presume a lot of what is released to Audible is due to customer demand...maybe we can start a petition.