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.
J. R. Ward continues to enchant and enthrall me with every new addition. This one was definitely worth waiting for. I laughed and cried and had my breath taken totally away. The narrator Jim F. Is so talented, it's hard to remember that the entire thing is being said by only one person. He really brings out the life that the author already have has poured into the pages. These two are a total dynamite paired author and narrator.
I've never read a m/m love story before and was doubtful that this book would appeal to me as a heterosexual female, but this story proves that love is universal and beautiful (and sexy) in all it's forms. This book was just as steamy as the other BDB books but even more touching and romantic. Don't skip over this one just because the main story doesn't involve a traditional m/f romance - if you're like me, you will be delightfully surprised at how much you love this story.
Ward handled the relationship between Blay and Qhuinn perfectly. The love scenes are hot and the emotions read as genuine. Excellent foreshadowing on the Chosen Layla anticipating an important new story line. The newcharacters show a great deal of promise for future plot lines. Looking forward to the next installment.
Stellar as usual.
i have loved all of jr's books! this whole series is awesome! my favorite in the series, ive listened to it at least 3 times
LOVE English Bulldogs, Nelson Demille, Patricia Cornwell and just reading in general!
I liked them both, but in this book, there seemed to be so many other stories going on, not all of them interesting, so the print version was good because I could just skim over the pages that weren't very interesting.
Quinn's back story and anything to do with Quinn and Blay!
Quinn's induction to the BDB was pretty moving.
I'm not normally into Romance novels, but I have found this series to be very entertaining. While I am a straight female, I found myself getting really excited for this book. The writing was excellent and the fact that the love scenes were two males didn't change a thing for me, I was excited to read their love story and their love making. The focus was on their love, not their GAY LOVE, if that makes sense. I read the book and I'm now listening to the book again. Aside from Bella and Z's story, this one is hands down my favorite. I did wish there was more Quinn and Blay and less all the other stories. Those stories just didn't seem to do anything but take away from what I considered to be the BEST part of the book, which was QUINN, LAYLA, BLAY and SAXTON.
This book was a long time coming but well worth the wait. The reader is consistent in each story. So glad he has been the same one all the way through.
I love seeing Quinn finally accept himself and be open to all the love around him in the Brotherhood.,,his real family.