Audible Addict. My iPod is my security blanket.
Not at the top. Maybe middle-high range.
I've read every book in the Argeneau series and have waited (still waiting) for Brickers story. The fact that he couldn't control Livy makes me wonder if she will be his life mate. Makes for a good book, what with all the awkwardness between Bricker, Paul and Jeanne Louise. Memorable indeed.
Paula was great with all the characters.
Other Argeneau female narrators were too . . . breathy.
Yes, except I'm never really sitting while I listen.
Great addition to the Argeneau series.
Loved it--I didn't want this one to end!
Book #17 brings back well-loved characters from earlier books, which is one of the reasons I enjoyed it so much. But don't shy away from this being your first-listen in the Argeneau series. Sands gives a good background summary early on in the book so you won't be in the dark. Then you can go back and start from the beginning.
Paula Christensen did a decent job with the narration of the main characters, less so with the others. It was difficult for me to listen to the voices of Lucian, Armand, Andres, and Bricker without Rick Robertson or Kirby Heyborne narrating. And she pronounced Notte wrong.
Have not read or heard a novel by Lynsay Sands that I have not loved. I recommend both her vampire series as well as her historical. But WARNING: Prepare to laugh and enjoy yourself!
Happy Hardcore Dreamin'
One of the best by far.
When the child is dying.
When the child turns into a vampire.
More like this please :)
At the top. I have allot of authors I love and read all there books. I have read all the other Argeneau vampire series and loved this book as much as the first in the series. Wouldn't hesitate to buy the next book in the series. I enjoy Lynsay Sands books so much I have pre booked her next book.
Christine Feehan, dark series.
Not sure I don't really take much notice of the narrator unless I hate them. Then I note down who it was and make sure I don't get any more books narrated by that person.
I would listen to it again but it would be after other books in the series. This one didn't flow as well to me. I still recommend it, though, because I love all things Argeneau.
I enjoy the entire series but this one drug out a little more with Paul's situation and Jeanne Louise's uncertainty. She is stronger than the story shows and I would have written it with her personality being less wimpy.
Somewhat disappointed in this book compared to the previous ones. I still recommend it, though.
Love reading about Vampires! Lynsay Sands and Jeaniene Frost are my favorites. I also enjoy Romance novels - Sabrina Jeffries and Johanna Lindsey are the best. I also read Sarah Addison Allen, Rachel Vincent, Jim Butcher, and Elizabeth Peters (also aka Barbara Michaels).
I Love Lynsay Sands and this one is one of her best. I don't know if this has moved to my number one spot but it would be tied at least.
Oh, their are so many - I don't want to give anything away so I'll stick with the ending was perfect!
Yes, she always wonderful.
Oh, yeah Jeanne Louise not being able to be with Paul . . . tore my heart out.
I Loved this Book will probably listen and read it again and again.
Thank YOU Lynsay Sands and Paula Christensen.
Not as good as other books in this series. This book was missing the investigations that her other books contained. I was disappointed in this book.
When Paul's daughter asked Jeanne Louise do you think god will like me when I go to heaven.
No this is my first book by Lynsay Sands.
Jeanne Louise not wanting to hurt Paul when she was feeding on him.
I'm not even finished with this book, and I just had to write a review. this book is a surprise to me. I'm Hoping that all of the other books in this series are just as good. I'm happy with this book. : )
This book was so predictable.. before the 2nd chapter was over I knew the whole story. I didnt even finish the book. I went back and read recent reviews and yep I was right. What's the point in reading a book if you know what is going to happen by the 2nd chapter?? Book 17.. maybe a new series is in order.