Audiobooks are relaxing and 'food for the soul'.
Most definitely! It was definitely entertaining.
The women characters' wit. I love how they seem to dominate the story overall, even though both books for the most part are geared toward the strong male characters.
The conversation between Jamie and Shaya while in a drunken stupor. It was truly entertaininng.
I am eagarly anticipating the next installment of the series, Nick and Shaya's story!
I love books and love to get lost in the fantasy. I'm always looking for a new good story to bury myself in. :)
This was a great story. It's a very good continuation of the series that started with Feral Sins. While I admit that I liked the first book best, this one was a close second and great in its own right.
I really liked Jamie's character. She's smart and spunky and deserves a lot better than life has given her. Jamie joined the Phoenix pack with her brother (shortly after the end of Feral Sins). At first she shows an interest in Dante (she used to have a crush on him as a kid) but when he doesn't respond to her hints she backs off and figures it's for the best since she has issues that makes it difficult to get close to anyone.
Dante isn't interested in a relationship, not just with Jamie but with anyone. He was too afraid that it would pull him away from his work and he didn't want to find his true mate because of this. To be honest, there were times in the beginning of the book that my good opinion of Dante (from the first book) took some beatings. He certainly has issues that cause him to suffer repeated bouts of (what I like to call) relationship dumbassedness. We do find out some of his issues later which make his actions make more sense which helps. Dante tried to ignore Jamie at first but when he realized he no longer rated her special smiles he found he missed them. When he saw her out with some other guy he just couldn't contain himself and went after her.
Jamie and Dante do end up in a relationship but she holds back from him. She's convinced that sooner or later her secret will come out and soon after she'll die. She doesn't want to bring down Dante with her so she tries to maintain a distance so they don't imprint. Dante figures out about her condition but talks Trey in to allowing her to stay for now. Dante starts training her as he trains the enforcers in hopes that it'll give her more control in order to help her.
Jamie and Dante have other issues to deal with as well...like a couple of Exs of Dante's that wont let up and Dante being a workaholic. Also, Taryn's pregnancy from the last book comes to term and she delivers in this book. OMG the delivery room conversation was so damn hilarious, it had me laughing out loud (literally)!!! There's also issues with a packmate that finds her mate but is rejected causing problems.
Just when things seem to be going well for Jamie and Dante there's an attack on the pack and in the fighting Jamie has to shift. Unfortunately, once her wolf is out, she has issues getting back in to her human form. Her wolf wont trust anyone and wont let her shift back so she's stuck like this while Dante tries to help her. In the end a couple of things happen that combine to get her wolf to trust Dante and the story has a great ending.
Overall this was a great book. I'm really loving this series and can't wait for the next installment. I'd recommend this book. 2 thumbs up! :D
Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
Once again I am so very happy with this book... I may have to tame my listening experience down a little to get a we rest up lol. Another excellent Supper Hot story. I love these Wolves. Sure hope the next book is not to far away. Having withdrawal symptoms already. Mmmmm
Audiobooks are the new black! .................... PNR enthusiast + a real sucker for books with bad boys.
Suzanne Wright did it again! The second book in her "Phoenix Pack" series is excellent. I loved the first book and hoped the second would be just as good. I was not dissapointed. I think she is a very exceptional writer in the PNR genre and is very great at writing books with both a good paranormal story and romance.
This book contains a very dominant alpha male, a kick-ass female, a excellent story and some very hot and steamy scenes.
I think the narrator Jill Redfield does a really great job and makes the characters believable.
If you liked the first book "Feral Sins", you will absolutely also like this one and I think it is well worth the credit.
I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
I like SW books because they sizzle. Her characters always have that chemistry that I crave. I enjoy a good mix of sexual heat and a good story. This continues to be a series I will be interested in adding to my library. So I will continue to buy these books since they are under $10 and I only use my credits for the more expensive books.
Wicked cravings had the same story as the first book. it was slightly more serious but decent. just be ready for deja vu. author is lazy using same old formula.
I am addicted to audiobooks. It makes my 1 hour (each way) commute go by without me becoming an agressive driver. lol
I love Suzanne's books. You don't have to read each of them in order. The only thing is that she includes them in each book, but in very small ways. So you really don't need the history. As usual, Suzanne writes a great story and Jill Redfield does a fabulous job of telling it. The thrill, suspense and romance does what it is supposed to do when listening to it being read. You get anxiety, confusion, scared, romantic, and all the other emotions that Suzanne's books get from you. I really enjoy reading her books and looking forward to more of her books.
Not enough story, too much sex. I would rather have a good ,exciting, beginning, middle, and end. This book lacks a lot . Unless you just want to read about someone getting it on.