Ok so first of all this is not a YA book but it's not a hot steamy romance either. It's almost like its building up to it. It has sexual references and situations but nothing like FSOG. Now a lot of readers have a problem with the fact that Danny is 14 and her potential love interests are a 17yr old boy and a 22yr old human turned unseely prince or fae/fairy whatever and an older immortal that no one knows how old he is or what he is. My view is RELAX! In this whole book NOTHING ever happens between them. The author only lets you know that these men want her but are willing to wait til she grows up. And Danny is so clueless she never sees it. So people lighten up its fiction and not to long along people in the USA were marrying at 15-16yrs.
Point two people were having problems with the narrator. On this I can agree she confused me at some points with the voices. But honestly doing several characters in Irish accents has got to be hard. But I kept listening and I got used to her voice. And there was only a few spots where her male characters voices got a bit mixed.
Point three the story. The story is actually interesting. It annoyed me a bit though how it would jump around and I didn't understand at first. But as the story goes on you see why. Now I know the story is part of a series but ending on a cliffhanger is what I really dislike. So there ya have it do what you will. I'm interested in it enough to buy the second book.
Narration was all over the place with Dani. The volume had to be turned up then down she was hard to understand at times. I didn't like that a 14 was the object of all this sexual attraction. I couldn't finish. But loved the fever series.
I started the Fever Series less than 2 weeks ago. I love adult focused SciFi fantasy. I enjoyed the first 5 books but I found this installment a little juvenile.
the 2 people that took over for the 1 lady that started the narration of the series aren't bad but their fake accents aren't good but love the story
I couldn't listen to this story because the narrator was terrible. The tone and pace were irritating at best. I would perhaps try to read the novel- but no way could I finish listening.
This story is written from the point of view of Dani not Mac (the heroine) of the Fever series. I didn't realize how funny and adorable character she was. I like her even more than Mac's character and can't wait to read the sequel of the Dani chronicles
I just want to know her. She is full of spunk and has a heart of Gold .... Dani is a woman/child... forced to grow up way too soon ..... READ HER STORY .... Karen Marie Moning is killing me by making me wait soo long for her books .... but once you get them you want to go slow to make it last but you want to listen faster because you have to know what is going on..... READ THIS ENTIRE SERIES.... from Dark Fever to Burned.... AMAZING ....
Really good, I didn't want to like it, I was feeling pouty about not having another Fever Series though so I got it anyway, it was better than I could have expected, definitely a must read or listen.
I wasn't looking forward to this one when I had heard it was centered around Dani. But now, it's my favorite one by far! It has many laugh out loud moments. I love the Mac and Barrons story line, but Dani has won me over. If you keep in mind that Mac and Barrons haven't gone anywhere and return in "Burned", which seems to be a problem for some readers, Dude, you'll love "Iced" as well. :)
This book is everything I dislike about YA fiction. Too many stereotypes,come on people the girl is only 13 . Too much sexual innuendo too, it just does not do anything for the story. I finished it,that the best I can say about it.