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.
Unknown at this point in time.
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.
love it so much that I get both book and anible, cant went for the rest in the series.
I counted on the reviews for this one and I've got to say either my standards are extremely high or others are extremely low. The story line lacked UMPH ! and comments throughout the story made by Delilah were corny and juvenile.
Well, I have downloaded the second book and did this before I listened to the first one as it was a $4.95 purchase, but don't know if I can put myself through that again.
There are a number of male narrators that would have done a much better job, i.e., Robert Petkoff, Dick Hill, Max Bellmore, Kaleo Griffith . KF just did not have what it took to make listening a good experience. Even when the story emphasized "a sultry voice" there was no change in KF's inflection.
No change in male voices, female voice sounded like a man trying really hard not to make fun of the female voice, no emphasis when the voice called for anger, rage, lust, etc.
Yes, it is really too bad that whoever puts a narrator to a novel doesn't take into consideration that the narrator really holds most of the cards when it comes to listening a particular book. For me, the narrator is almost more important than the storyline. I can get through a mediocre book if the narrator knows what to do with the voices. Also, I don't know if the author of a book has any say in the narrator/book match, but they should; I believe an author can loose credibility and thus a fan base of their books are good and their narrator is bad.
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.
Loved this book so much that I had to buy the audio books also along with the one for my kindle and also the paper back.
This book is just ok. Maybe if the narrator was better it would have been a better listen. I could hardly make myself sit through it.
I've never read this author before and went by the fact it was on sale and had good reviews. I was not disappointed. This book takes a unique twist on vampires that no other story does. Most times the lead vampire is a sex maniac. Poor Samson is having big problems in this area although Delilah helps him out. You won't be disappointed in the sex scenes. This book has suspense and some funny scenes. I enjoyed all of the characters and plot twists. Delilah has enough backbone and Samson has some issues that make him endearing. They work nicely together and have some good chemistry. I do not get the comparison with the Black Dagger Brotherhood. That is in a league of its own. The narrator did a good job. Sometimes I don’t like male narrators because their female voices are terrible; but this was not too bad. I had not heard of this series before but I will keep on reading. I think there is some great potential and you won't be disappointed.
I enjoyed this story very much. I loved the modern day spend on vampires. Its a touching story filled with the right amount of back story to unlock the make up of the main characters to show how or what made them into who they are today. I look forward to reading book 2.