Great characters, good storyline. As always, I love Sylvia Day's vocabulary--always something to learn.
A Caress of Wings
No, she overread the parts. Very unnatural sounding at times. Very odd intonation.
I'll get back to you on that...
The characters were much easier to understand than in the first book. Also the Passion between Elijah and Vashti was so intense you couldn't cut it with a chain saw.
I liked Luke Daniels in the first book and he would have don a great job on book two, but Rachel Vivette, was ok. Sometimes she forgot when she was doing a mans voice and didn't change the tone. making the performance jumpy
When Vashti thinks Elijah is leaving her, she has so much trouble dealing with emotions that she's held down for over 60 years.
I enjoyed the story of book two in this series better, however I thought the narrator in book one was better. I hope book three will be better story with the first narrator.