Say something about yourself!
Narrated by Kevin Foley I liked his voice but he was so ho hum when reading the book. I didn't feel anything from his reading. In the action or in the love making part. And I have read other books on this subject that made it feel real. But this one was to low key. Maybe in a couple years I will listen to it again.
poet. coffeeshop-dinergirl. waffle lover.
The story was interesting, but the intimate scenes made me roll my eyes over the choice of language on more than one occasion. I couldn't take the scene seriously and found myself laughing a good bit of the time.
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The narration was fine for most of the scenes, but I had trouble letting go completely into the story when the narrator performed the woman's voice. It took me out of the story completely, though I imagine his voice would be perfect for other books. The variation of male characters was fantastic.
Though there were a lot of characters, not one of them seemed out of place.
Believer in what you can't see
I like the plot and how the two main characters come together. Even though the plot is typical the discription of the characters are nice together.
Samson, just when he thought he wouldn't fall in love. The love of his life literally falls into his lap.
NO, the narration seemed all off. The narrator didn't sound like he was into the story he was telling. The woman were a little flat.
It already has a follow up book. If they put the next book in audio form it would be better with another narrator.
Good series, for those out there with grownup taste.
funny romantic straight-forward
Samson's friends. You were able to get little glimpses into them as people and it made it for a much stronger set of secondary characters.
Ricky - I loved the way that Kevin Foley did his accent. It was always very distinctive and humorous. He had great lines.
Absolutely awful! The narration is like you would hear for an animal planet documentary. Just reads it, with no emotion whatsoever. The story is about the same ,blah, with lots of sex. Nothing there to get you interested in these characters. I couldn't finish it, and really don't care.
I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
Yes, it was good.
I enjoyed it even if its predictable. I'll be willing to try others because it kept my attention.
I would not use a credit, but I got it cheap, so I won't complain. It didn't sweep me away but it was interesting. For a light, predictable listen at a good price you can't beat it.
With a plot line heavy on sex and light on intellect or plot, the author needs to really pull you into the story with sexual tension. You have to really buy into the chemistry between the 2 main characters.
Sadly, I never got caught up in the relationship. They author kept telling us about these intense feelings they had for each other and I never felt any of it! (Think any of the "Species" series by Laurann Dohner. Yes eye rolling at times but you gotta admit, they definitely have chemistry and make you a little Hot!)
Disappointing! I would not recommend even if it is cheap. There are a lot better romance/steamy books out there!
As an artist busy with my hands and eyes I had to give up reading. Then audio books came into my life and I am back to over 200 books a yr.
I liked the different approach to the various diverse personalities of the Vampires, even a gay couple. The author even made the evil ex-girlfriend a person you hated right from the get-go.
I loved it that the Delilah was a strong woman with a working brain for a change. So many novels the females are up and down. I fell in love with Samson and that was great.
When I got half-way thru I decided I had to finish it and stayed up until 3 a.m.
Definitely a HEA with lots of hot steamy scenes. Almost seemed too much in the first half but ended up appreciating it all as it was done in the end.