This is the second book of the series and I think I liked it a little better than the first, although I did love both of them. I liked Nick and Jordan, a lot. Really liked Huxley. Loved the storyline and really liked that there was just enough sex to make it interesting. Love how the author can write a drama and have some good laugh-out-loud moments.
As to the narrator: With the other book she did a wonderful job. However, it took me a while to use to Nick's voice because she gave him a terrible Brooklyn accent and it just didn't sound right. But I did get used to it and, eventually, it was just OK. I hope she doesn't do that again in any of the other books.
On to book 3 now!! (Which I've already started but didn't get that far since I started it at 2:30 this morning, right after I finished A lot Like Love.)
I just loved the story and Karen White does a great job!
i have only listen to karen white in this series
I love this series and just recenty found it and this genre of books and i dont know what to listen to next
Banter between the main characters
development of the relationship between Jordan and Nick
the getaway to the wine country
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
the humor is great in all the books. This is #2 and humor wonderful.
the relationship between brothers and sister/brother so fun. the books are linked together, but you do not have to read in order.
when Nick talks to his brothers regarding not making the "party"
Karen's pace is great. This saves her not so great men's voice. She can read Ms James works very well. I have gotten use to her voice and now I am enjoying her a lot.
I did not want the books to end.
these are not serious mysteries, but have lots of good pace and story you will love.
Great dialogue, fun, sexy and lots of humor.
This middle book, although entertaining, did not hook me like Book One and Three. Yes, I listened to them out of order and surprisingly, had no problem with understanding and putting the stories together. This book lagged a little for me because it did take a lot of time talking about wine and didn't have as much action. With that said, Julie James is an excellent writer and Karen White is the perfect narrator for her books. Although I'm not giving this book 5 stars the questions is would I download the next book in this series? Absolutely!
While I enjoyed this one and will read the next episode, you know what I think would help it--another narrator. I don't think she was able to pull of the changing of the voices well enough. In those cases, the narrator should just "he said, she said". Still, I have not given up on her.
I hope in the next episode, the writer puts more suspense in it. When there is more, I think they have more depth and more to hang on to, if you know what I mean.
Another great Julie James book - well-written with interesting characters. I found the narration annoying and almost considered stopping several times to move to print. Spotty accents, the enunciation makes the characters all sound bored or snobby beyond belief.
I love this series! The concept of the Twitter Terrorist is so hysterical and again James' incredible dialogue makes this one series I can highly recommend! Just the right mix of romance and suspense!
A Lot Like Love, book 2 in the FBI-US Attorney Series, is a lot of fun! Like book 1, you won't want to put this one down. I thought it wasn't as high tempo as book 1; it didn't have as many action-packed scenes. But the love story was more in depth...more interesting. If you haven't read book 1, don't worry. So far, this isn't the type of series that builds on previous stories. The previous characters only make cameo appearances. One of the things I loved about this book was Nick's perspective. He continually thinks about what he would do or think if he was "one of those sensitive types" without acknowledging that he actually is. And let's face it, what girl doesn't like a tough guy with a sensitive side?
I also love that in books 1 & 2, James has written about intelligent, successful women who waited to meet the right person. Jordan is not one of the silly, overly emotional women romance writers often create. She's a woman you can actually root for and identify with.
Karen White did a great job as narrator. I especially enjoyed her delivery of the more sarcastic/funny lines. And her depiction of Nick was spot-on.
P.S. The dynamic between Jordan and her twin brother Kyle was both funny and endearing.