I would recommend it IF you were already into the series head first.
This one was slow for me and I that's sad because I couldn't wait to hear Quinn's story
Quinn of course - - but Lassiter really needs his own book too!!!!
I really enjoyed the entire plane scenario.
Great book but the performance was weird. To hear a middle aged white man utter the expletives and colloquiums so innate in the Brotherhood's characters wasn't doing it for me, true? And to hear him go through the gay sex scenes was even funnier. But after a while I got used to it I guess.
I really enjoyed this more than I expected to , this fills in some gaps because I had to come back to this book.
the NARRATOR WAS WONDERFUL I could listen to him all day long and with this book its the best of both worlds.... 10 thumbs up GREAT
I've listened to all of Jim Frangione's readings of JR Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood books. It took me a while to warm up to his style, but once I did, I really can't imagine anyone else reading them.
I've read this book at least twice and now listened to it too. Knowing the story, I tended to fast forward to the storylines for Qhuinn and Blay - just a great, slow burn romance. It was a long time in the making and totally worth the wait.
She does it again. JR WARD knows how to write her Vampire Brothers. Each book gets better and the reader gets emerged farther and farther in the Brotherhood and their fight against the Lessening Society.
Artfully read, I love listening to Jim Frangione's voice, it what get me through the long commutes. One of my favourite series enhanced by the performance.