I don't just love to read books. I love to listen, smell them, collect them and even read about them. My daily vitamins. (๑°꒵°๑)･*♡
Touching story in the sense I had to hold back tears at work 👅 really interesting storyline 👍 I don't regret falling asleep hoping to keep going ﾟ+.ﾟ('▽`人)ﾟ+.ﾟWhen the action is good, it is difficult to put down. If you need concentration and a clear mind at work, I suggest to take the day off or just take something & avoid sleeping d(*'▽`*)b Great!! ✨
Still enjoying this series and love listening to narrator while I am working or cleaning... Listening free's up my brain and hand but what I like the most is the character the narrator adds to the book!
This installment of the fallen angels moves at the speed of lightening, so get ready for things to be super heavy ASAP. The speed of how quickly feelings were developing, etc. threw me off just a bit but Mathias' stay in hell must've put things in sharp perspective for him. All in all, it was a good story of redemption, forgiveness and love.
Great Listen, totally kept my interest. Can't wait to get the next book in the series. Have to find out what Jim's deal is with Davina, and how he pulls it off.
I wish I had read the reviews here before purchasing this one. My confidence in J R Ward's writing is justified, however the narration speed on this audio is devastating. I had to resort to a library hard-copy to enjoy Rapture.
Narration is so fast, I don't think I will get thru it. Not enjoyable and difficult to follow. May need to read this one on my Kindle.
I really enjoyed this book. Great characters and a nice twist at the end. Can't wait to read the next one. Really interested to see where Jim and Devina go from here.
Huge fan of J.R Ward and Sylvia Day!
I love the series!
Jim is always my favorite :)
I can picture Jim talking with Eric Dove's voice. I don't think I can do without.
I really did want to listen to it all at once but unfortunately I need to sleep too
It seemed like if they fast forward Eric Dove and made him talk fast like he was in a hurry. I have always loved the way he narrates but it seemed like he was in a rush. I constantly had to rewind in order to understand what was going on. I hope they slowed him down for book 5.