pretty good actually
Zorro for some reason
Gives life to the characters
I did grow attached to the characters
"I wear a fez now, fez's are cool"
Sexy, daring, entertaining
Winter, because he is everything a man should be, strong of character and decent without losing his manliness.
She has a very pleasant voice, her tone is soothing and really makes the characters come alive on the page. Have loved all her narrations so far.
Really not a fan of this question.
This is up there as being one of my all time favorite romances. Sexy, and intelligent. I liked that the female lead wasn't a virgin and knew what she wanted. She was smart and engaging, while Winter was truly everything I like in a man. He was strong, determined and driven.
This is such a good listen. Would love more romances like this one, not afraid of describing sex as it should be. Getting really tired over sex scenes being about flying or flowers popping in brains. Prefer them to be a bit more realistic, gritty and sexy.
Hoyt does a great job and MacNab needs to narrator more books.
Give me a Strong Female Lead, Romance, Murder and Mayhem. Then sit back and enjoy finding the Why,the How and the Solution.
Thief of Shadows answers the questions from the previous two books.
Thank God she did not kill off the Ghost.
I enjoyed Ashford in the previous books and I appreciated her consistency.
This book allowed me to exhale...because the one before it took my breath away;
I just discovered Elizabeth Hoyt and I really have enjoyed her Maiden Lane series. This is the fourth book in the series and I have been really looking forward to Winter's story. I like this one the best, so far, and appreciate that this story especially include the male point of view as well. I don't love all of Ashford's male voices but so far, the male leads have been generally good. The chemistry is good and the sex scenes and flirting scenes are hot and more creative than many. I also like that Hoyt's female leads are not all wilting virgins. Hoyt has written a compelling series and I like that her books take place in the Georgian period as I get tired of all the Regency books sometimes.
I suggest reading them in order, but you don't have too. I just like learning about Winter throughout the other books. He is so reserved at first, but he's a winner in this one!
I had discovered this series before Thief of Shadows came out. I was so curious because I really kept wondering who the ghost was. This book did not disappoint me in any way. It was also nice to get a sneak peak at the next book coming out. Ashford McNab did not disappoint, either. Although I generally like Anne Flosnick, it's nice to hear other people doing period books.
I love losing myself in books of any kind
The hero had morales... The woman seemed a little stuck up
I really love Elizabeth Hoyt as an author as she writes a lot about the underdog. The storyline is not just about the rich and privileged.
I always love the happily ever afters it is always nice to get an updated of the charaters. Would also like to see a story on some of the orphaned children.
Over all good but gets bogged down a little in the middle as if the author added in some of the erotic parts after the main story was written slowing down the flow of the story.
I have been married to my wonderful husband for almost 30 years. I love reading - romance, adventure... Captain Blood is really great!
Full of mystery and passion!!!
Winter Makepeace lives a double life. By day he’s the stoic headmaster of a home for foundling children. But the night brings out a darker side of Winter. As the moon rises, so does the Ghost of St. Giles—protector, judge, fugitive.
She had a great performance - her nuances made the story come to life
I LOVE this series. Ms Hoyt is an excellent writer. I don't necessarily listen to the same book twice, but I definitely look forward to the next in the series!
Her voice is perfect for this series, she pulls you in and weaves a spell.
I'm not sure if it was the story or the narrater but I tried 5 times to listen to this book and couldn't get past the 3rd chapter