This book was certainly not for me. I don't know who would enjoy reading it. It is extremely graphic!
The very pornographic sex scenes!
I have enjoyed other Maya Banks books. I just did not enjoy this one at all.
The listener/reader is encouraged to sympathize with truly sick characters and behavior. There is no literary merit in the story line or the character development. Truly a terrible purchase and waste of time.
The narrator's performance wasn't horrible, but the story was impossible. Not too fond of the scratchy men's voices, and the flat line delivery was not so great at times.
Do people really like this stuff? No wonder our society is on the brink.
Someone into erotica
I have no idea.
I couldn't tell you I was so overwhelmed and shocked by what I was hearing I don't think I made a distinction about her.
The entire book
The description for this book leads you to believe its just another romance book. It does not indicate the sexual nature. I think there should have been a warning about the type of material that was in this book.
This was a little over the top for me and not too believable. The sex scenes were hot between Gray and Faith but I could have done without the sex club.
I love a great story line! This book was all sex with a very, very weak story. I don't mind strong sex but this was on the excessive side for me. Some authors have the talent to balance the story with the sex and I've read many of Maya Banks that accomplished that balance...but not this one. The narrator was just "ok"...not nearly as good as I expected. Worth a credit? Not so much!
No, unless they want erotica and do not feel a need to connect to the character(s).
More character developement, more character interaction that was not sex. I do not mind some sex, this goes way beyond the amount in a Nora Robert book, chapter afteer chapter at times. And reader should be well warned, much alternative sex, sex house, and 3 some. Less romance, much more erotica.
Definately not, would seem voyerism.
If you want sex with less emotional connection this book will meet your desires.
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.
Good story. Several different things going on. The love scenes are good too.
I don't mind explict sexual scenes. If those offend you then you may not want this book. In my opinion I would rather wait until this one is on sale and use my credit on a book I'd like better. I'm not saying it's not good because it is. I recommed credits for those you can't put down.
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
WoW! I did not expect this. I did not read this series in order. I started with Faith's brother Conner's book, Sweet Possession, and I realized from that book, each character and relationship was very unique, so I went back to get more background information.
Faith was a great character, but Gray! OMG! I loved how he was so dominate, but wasn't. He knew exactly what he wanted, but was so tempted by Faith that he was willing to lose his composure at times. Loved that. I liked his idea of B & M. He don't use safeword, because he thought is was crap.. Love that! Also, when Gray helped Faith realize that she was trying to control everything was an eye opener form himself, Faith, and the reader.
Even though I did not read this series in order, I love how I could still follow along with each book. If I would have read this book first, I would have went straight to Micha story next.
I loved how Faith was so innocent but so sneaky and devilish at times. Nice girls are alway the ones who have sneak in them. Like I said, I didn't read this series in order, so throught the other books, to hear how Faith was so not innocent from the other women, was a contradition to her innocent appearance and then to hear/read her story was really great!
The writer needs to add an intelligent sense of humor to her books. I spent more time thinking how cheesy the writing is than getting engrossed in the actual story.