Least--the story is shallow and boring.
Probably a non-harlaquin romance novel. I need something with depth.
The narrator was wonderful, like warm, silky milk chocolate on the tongue. The writing made me feel like I was listening to actual literature versus listening to a "bodice ripper". When you combine the two, it's a magical concoction.
When they finally made it to Florence. The seduction was magnificent. It took a very long time to get there though, but well worth the wait.
No, I haven't had the pleasure before, but I will certainly correct that momentarily.
Not at all. It's much too long for that, but that doesn't make it any less pleasurable.
I have just thoroughly been made love to. I'm not fit to drive, so I suppose I'll sit here for a while and reminisce.
The last Crossfire book!
His performance was fine - it was the writing that was terrible.
This book was awful. I have read them all - Twilight, 50 Shades, all the Nora's, Sandra's, etc. But this one is just awful. The girl is such a back boneless character that it is painful. And who really talks this way? I get angst. This is just too much.
This is one of the best audiobooks I have listen to.
I loved Gabriel and his love for Julia
I purchased the first book for $5.00 and I had to get the other books to follow this wonderful love story.
A glass of wine and these books .. life is good
In the beginning of the book, I thought I was reading a Fifty Shades clone. The characters were a little too predictable, and too good to be true. Gabriel, like Christian Grey from Fifty Shades, was abused as a young child and then adopted by the perfect family. When we meet him, he is an emotionally damaged thirty-something man with a past, with the perfect body. Julia, a younger, shy, beautiful girl, (just once it would be nice to read a book where the characters are average looking) grew up in a broken home, and is herself emotionally damaged. The difference between "Gabriel's Inferno" and "Fifty Shades" is that this book is much more erotic. It doesn't get too graphic. There is no S&M stuff, and the love scenes are very sensual without being vulgar.
This book was a little long for my taste. The author could have explored some other areas of the plot a little more, and broken this into two books. I haven't read "Gabriel's Rapture" yet though. So perhaps by the end of ithat book my questions will be answered.
The flavor and the timber of the voice made the story come alive!
Gabriel, Gabriel, and more Gabriel!!!
Gabriel 's discovery of who Julia is.
I love this book!
I loved hearing every word! Thank you!!!
Audiophile since the days I had to check 'em out on rickety cassette tapes at the local library. Currently working the other side of production as an author of romance and scifi/fantasy.
Highly recommended, and in fact already have recommended it. This story didn't shy away from intelligent, three-dimensional characters who act sometimes irrationally and don't get held up in romance formata and shelf fodder.
Mr. Morgan's voicing of Gabriel was spot on.
I had only one complaint on this recording: I feel that occasionally Mr. Morgan read aloud directive notes that were in the script only to inform his performance. Listening to a romance read by a deep-voiced man gave me pause, but the performance was very engaging in whole.
I think the book was OK but there was unrealistic dialog as someone else mentioned and everything was just SO overdone.