Great read, love Yellowrock! But I really would love to here some juicy lovers details in the future! I wasn't really thrilled with the ending ( won't spoil it here).
Fast, Fast, Fast.
The last two chapters.
The book comes to life. I can create the images in my head. Well written.
Better that Twilight.
For me the audio edition is much better than the print version for two reasons...my eyes aren't what they used to be, making it work to read for any length of time. The audio version gives the best emphasis to the plot where it belongs and gives the lead character (Jane) a more dimensional persona.
Where Beast took Jane's clothes to where she'd find them when she shifted back then tried unsuccessfully to rescue the cell phone with Bruiser shouting from it.
Shock and Awe have Jane Yellowrock's name all over them.
Yes, read it...now!
Yes, I love all the accents. They give so much personality to the characters.
There is nothing to compare.
Can't wait for the next Jane Yellowrock.
loved it was easy to listen too awesome story line intregue love intrests ect... i expecially liked the ending and i only know one other author who does cliff hangers 😁
Can't wait to hear the next book. Love the narrator and how she changes the inflection of her voice for each character.
As much as the story is entertaining, khristine hvam really shines and puts on another great performance. She is able to change voices,accents and pitches perfectly. The one thing that I really appreciate is that she has kept the voices consistent from book to book. This allows for less distraction and more enjoyment
Death's Rival introduces 2 of my favorite characters, Alex and Eli Younger. They make a great team with Jane and add a lot of warmth and humor to Book 5 and later. I also enjoyed how Beast now has her own voice. I love it when the story is told through Beast's eyes. Stupid humans!
Bruiser has a 'life changing' experience. The attraction and sexual tension between Jane and Bruiser continues at the same time that her dysfunctional relationship with Rick limps along. I'm rooting for Bruiser.
Book 5 has plenty of action and an exciting ending. Jane gets to kick butt and get some revenge for her people.
Khristine Hvam is a wonderful voice actor. Each character has a distinctive voice and both female and male voices are appealing, which is fairly unusual. Her timing and pacing of the story are spot on and she has just enough southern twang combined with snarky badass to perfectly portray Jane. Jane is both tough and soft hearted and Hvam nails both sides of her personality.