There was a plot here, there truly was. And once we got through all of the angsty, "I want you/I don't want you" back-and-forth and the excessive sexual nonsense - it was GREAT. 2/3 of this book was emo. b.s. and parts of it even had me grumbling at the characters and their stupid bickering. It is obvious she can write a good story, because it was there. In the very beginning, and then again in last handful chapters- that's where it got interesting - then *boom* it was over. What happened in the middle? honestly you could skip the mid 6 hours of this book and miss exactly 0 character development.
Narrator again was wonderful... though his voice for Bowen in his werewolf form sounded like he shoved a wad of cotton in his mouth and it was rather distracting.... RP otherwise is great.
Make sure you read the book before this one. There are references which are spoilers to the previous book otherwise. I would classify this as paranormal erotica. There are some definite dubious consent themes in this book as with some of the others, but it stays just on the side of ok for my tastes. The reader, Robert Petkoff, is AWESOME!!!
Love it. Kept me on edge the whole time and had me tearing up on more than one occasion. Exciting story, magic, intrigue, treachery.. this story has it all and more. Robert really nails the characters and gives a fantastic vocal performance.
If you're looking for sexy and tough then this book is the right place!
I bought Wicked Deeds on a Winters Night on Audible during a sale. I had already read this book and LOVED it. Figured I loved it enough to buy it in another format. So I definitely love the story. BUT Robert Petkoff IS AMAZING!! He totally takes the story to another level with his accents and reading. Wonderful and highly recommended.