Yes, the narrator did an excellent job portraying the characters and events.
When Bethany walked out on Jace and waited in the rain determined to have her stay after almost taking the pill. When the realization of it all hit Jace .
Intense emotion, struggle against the odds and fairy tales and dreams do sometime come true for real people.
Great story worth the wait. Jace deserves someone special in his life. Can't wait for Ash.
I felt that it was just too crude ...i am a huge fan of her other books that are sexy but this book was just too much for me .
not sure ...i may try one more ... give her another go ??
he did a good job
none realy i was just trying to get though it to know the end .very dissapointed .
I'm a 25 year old mum to my beautiful nearly 2 yr old daughter and i LOVE books , both reading and listening to them :D
well i have 20 great listens in my library ATM and fever is about number 10 i say ..great listen !
Jace , i just love his character his sexy , strong , mysterious all great treats for a leading man
he does a great job , i liked the way he reads the story , his tone goes thou the emotions of the story and keeps you listening
Modern day Cinderella story with a sexy twist !
Yes, I would listen again. Although its definitely like Cinderella and there are moments when it really stretches the realm of possibility, I don't read/listen to books to be reminded of reality, so because of that, I enjoyed delving further into these main characters from this series. It smoldered with some of the sexy scenes, the interactions between the friends was always a bit comical to me, and it kept me on the edge a bit because the whole time I was a bit like, "how is this all going to unfold??"
I love all of the guys equally--I love their friendship, loyalty, honesty, and maybe I'm kinkier than I thought because I like how dominant they all are. The dominance does border on a little crazy, but, I think it's the power that comes across that is so delicious with these three. I'm really looking forward to the next book that tells Ash's story.
Hard to make the call on this one. He does all the male lead characters really well, but if I had to choose I enjoyed Gabe from the first book and equally enjoyed Jase in this one. His narration was better in Fever than in Rush.
Toward the end I wanted to cry because of what happened to Betheny and Jase's reaction it was heartwrenching.
Buyt it! Great book, and I am enjoying the series!
Yes, because I can have it read for extended periods of time rather than sitting down to read. The content was about the same. I like the unabridged much better in general.
I would say that her books are generally the same--love, sex, problem, problem solved, then marriage at the end. This one had a twist at the end, which kind of took my breath away.
Do not want to divulge because that might ruin it for others.
Romance in the wild.
Loved this book...Maya Banks does it again. Where oh where is the third book on audio??? Please hurry hurry hurry....I just know it is going to be Ash's turn!!
After finishing 'Rush,' I had to listen to Fever ASAP! Firstly, I like the male narrator (not used enough in the industry). Unique story, twists & turns. Love the three guys' unconditional friendship. Also appreciated the times when typically weak characters would predictably 'run off' creating more chaos, instead these characters trusted one another & turned to them (when even I wasn't expecting it).
Now I'm off the listen to Ash's story!
I absolutely adore Maya Banks and she didn't disappoint with this book. It grabbed me from page one and was hard to put down. Jace and Bethany are character you will love and this story will be one you will not forget. Can't wait to start on the next one. I would definitely recommend you add this to your library if you love steamy romance with a take charge alpha male.
Mom, and caregiver. Variety in my music and book libraries. I love a good romance or mystery. In order to be worth my time and money
Jace is a dominant bordering on domineering. Personally I'm more a fan of Gabe but they're all pretty domineering.
The stories are good don't get me wrong I'm just tired of dominants being portrayed as domineering.