In this series we have lots of screwed up people. They shouldn't work together but they do. I like the way Kenner builds suspense & intrigue. I was always ready to make Damien the bad guy for all sorts of reasons, but you will have to listen to find out if he is. Nicki is so broken it's a wonder she functions at all.
All the parents should be publicly horse whipped. I won't pull punches on my opinion of child abuse.
The narration is excellent.
I did not read the rest of the series. The narrator was too breathy for me, and tried too hard to be a sex kitten for me. I found the story and dialogue to be ridiculous even more so than the genre's standard. Everything moved way to quickly- and that says a lot since I think the first 50 book happened in like two weeks. Not worth the credit or $'s.
Wife, mother, working girl, and book addict! Love a good fiction, series, romance, sci-fi, or mystery thriller!
A stronger female lead and a better conflict in the plot line.
The major source of conflict was her self-consciousness over a particular physical issue. Half way through the book it is discovered by the male lead then magically never talked about again! No body gets over their issues that fast!
No way! She was the worst part. Way to breathy and uninspired. Very little variation in the characters.
Al the ones where she is just self-indulgently whining about her poor life and this rich guy that wants to take care of her.
I downloaded all three series, and I did enjoy them, but I did find that they are similar to 50 shades, except, I think they got carried away with the sex, I do think they could have been more discrete with some of the sex scenes, I mean, I have never heard such vile word's, I don't think I will listen to them again, although the plot was good, the book could be revised into something with not so many sex scenes in it..
I enjoy these types of novels more than I actually should but I did not really enjoy listening to the audiobook version.
The novel yes...the audiobook no.
She's super breathy especially during the erotic portions. To make things worse she constantly sounds like she's trying to mask an accent out of Gone With the Wind. It goes in and out. I know the character is supposed to be from Dallas but still... She doesn't even use it for dialogue.
The story was slow and not compelling to me. It was a steamy read, but nothing noteworthy in my opinion. It needs more action and character development for starters...
Yes, but I will be reluctant.
She was a great narrator! I loved her slight southern drawl, and the ability to distinguish each character's voice.
None that come to mind, they all kind of seemed the same to me.
I don't feel the need to listen to book 2.
I read the book and loved sooo much I bought the audio and loved it also. I have listened to it multiple times.
On Dublin Street- Great story. Bared To You and Reflected in You. Love those too.
She did all great!
Yes but if I review it, it will ruin it for new readers. Just read and enjoy
I like romance novels with a great story. A little racy is OK but no fowl language.
Absolutely not!!! I love a good romance but I'm not into porn am offended by a book that uses the "F" word over and over.
Something romantic but not disgusting
A cast is always better
I quit listening long before I could tell if there were redeeming qualities
We desperately need a rating system so we don't think we are purchasing a good romance novel but end up with an author who needs their brain washed out with soap. I don't understand how these authors get published when they are not intelligent enough to express themselves with words that are not extremely offensive.
If you liked "50 Shades of Grey" then you will love this book, as I did. The narration is perfect and kept me so involved in the story. The romance, sexuality and raw emotion in this book made it a great listen. Can't wait for book number 2, glad I had already purchased it so I didn't have to wait! A must read for those hopeless romantics, and all the sex with the gritty details!