Yes. The story was very good and the narrator was great.
The narrator did a fantastic job with Denny's Australian accent. I am not usually a fan of people doing accents. They often sound fake and cartoonish. The narrator's accent was very subtle and believable.
Over and Over again, I loved this love story with all it's twist and turns. It will take a while for the story line to pick up, but alot of the buildup is needed to truly understand the main charachters.
I loved the back door room scene, Because your mine! The story completely switced gears.
Kellan singing his heart out in the song about their realtionship.
The rain scene and everyhting after that, I was completely heart broken for everyone.
This is such a real story line, to me this was one of those story that could truly happen in real life not something that is truly fanasy made. The narrator does such a good job with Denny's accent. BTW Denny is such a sweetheart.
The dynamic between each of the characters. They each had their positives and negatives and you learn their flaws and complimentary characteristics as well. I kept wanting more and more of each character.
The rain scene between Kellan and Kiera was very memorable,
I always like Kellan's "mornin'" but my favorite scene was when the sleeze in the bar was harrassing Kiera and the entire band came to her defense. Kellan was injured because he didn't want anyone else touching her muchless hurting her.
Falling in love may be unpredictable, but how you handle it makes all the difference. Being Thoughtless is not intentional, but sometimes and end to a means.
This book kept me on edge. I didn't want to see any of the character to be hurt, but I wanted it to end the way I wanted. This is a great series.
I enjoyed this performance and the story was fun. All the characters were engaging, although I found Kiera to be very selfish and childish at times. My main issue with this book is its length. It was repetitive at times and needed a decent editor to cut out the numerous unnecessary parts. Rebekka Ross was excellent.
There's a lot of Kiera bashing out there. The point of the book, as the title suggests, is her thoughtlessness. College student Kiera moves to Seattle with Denny, her Australian boyfriend of two years. They share an apartment with a friend of Denny's named Kellan who is the lead singer in a rock band and happens to be a gorgeous womanizer. Denny's job ends up taking more time away from Kiera and she finds herself drawn to Kellan. Here lies the love triange in which Kiera believes she can have the best of both worlds. Yes, she makes some really poor decisions and strings two men along unnecessarily. This is the tension-the purpose for this story, and it works. What drove me crazy was the use of the same adjectives to describe the main characters. How many times can Kiera "blush" or "flush?" How "perfect" everything about Kellan is. How Denny's accent "curls" and how many times his grin is described as "goofy." Other than that, this was an addictive listen and I enjoyed the narrator using an Australian accent for Denny and I belive she captured Kiera's immaturity well with her voice.
What's not to love????
You have love, lust, friendship, betrayal, and of course HOT GUYS!
Kellan Kyle (sigh!!!!!!!)
She has a great reading voice. Very easy to listen to and great emotions!
I guess I would have if I could.....
This is the second time I have read this book. I love the characters and the fight that Kierra had with her heart to decide which man could give her what she needed and wanted in her life. I would recommend this book to anyone
This is a top 3 of all the audiobooks I have listened to and have. I have hundreds.
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I loved the fact the author makes us love all the characters even when they do wrong you don't dislike the characters you just accept the failings in them.
If you are looking for the typical hero saving the tortured woman romance, do not download this book. If you want a quick read, forget this book. It makes you think. It is so full of blemishes on all three of the main characters parts (morals I am so against). I wanted to slap them all and put the book away so many times, but because it was so dramatic I just could not put it down. I usually save my listen for work (so no listening outside of work). I began this book on a Friday afternoon. The book was like a bad car crash, I couldn't stop listening and I finished in a few days (over the weekend/ outside of work). I was so engulfed and wanted to know what happened next.
I do agree that the author could have shortened the book. I didn't need to hear description of every nook and cranny here and there. And the recording is of very poor quality. I'm not saying the narrator was bad, but I got a lot of background noise.
Overall it was a very interesting twist on modern romance. Even the bad need their good times.