We just tell it how it is.
For a fun read / listen, Frost & Gilbert are where it's at! I've thoroughly enjoyed all of the audiobooks they have produced together, this one included.
Yes Tavia Gilbert really brings the story to life,it's a great storyline the characters have depth and are great indivduals with interesting stories.
The romance between the two characters and that Lelia is a strong female character who takes care of herself.
She was great with the change in character voices if brings you more into the story.
When Lelia passed out and almost died in Vlad's arms
This author is great try this books series or her others and you won't be disappointed.
Like a good romance book. I also like any good writing whether it is fiction, classic, etc,
He loves me, he loves me not, what does Lola expect from a vampire and the King of all Vampires, he did after all offer to make her a vampire and that is a life long commitment. Who could say no? Lola.
Then of course he leaves their bedroom and she leaves the his castle and country to go back to America where trusty Maximus (Vlad's right hand man) is protecting her from whomever is trying to kill her.
The story line is fun, sweet and has funny points (in a dark vampire point of view). There is a cliff hanger, so onto book three in this series.
She does a great Vlad, as well as other characters
I've started reading/listening to Jeaniene Frost because of her close association with another excellent author(s) Ilona Andrews and I haven't been let down. The story lines are great and so is the narration. The only problem I find with this audio is the transition from one chapter to the next. Sometimes there is a few seconds pause to let you know, other times its like a continuation sentence, no pause at all.
As with other books when you get caught up, I WANT MORE!. Oh well, I'll be rereading/listening to them again and again.