I love the erotic steaminess of the story. WOW! I feel like the character of Jaime is too close to the personality of the first book character, Taran. She even uses some of the same phrases.
I like that she is strong and has done a great job with hiding her secret. I'm glad she finally let the secret out but disappointed that the people who know her don't trust her better.
All the steamy scenes! Suzanne sure knows how to write steamy erotica that has great emotions and feelings, not just sex.
Mom of 3 saved by her audiobook addiction!
This series immerses you into a fabulous shifter world, and doesn't disappoint through character development, action, sex and romance. Each book sucks you further in. I have listened to them all multiple times, and at each end I can't wait for the next story.
First book was excellent. This book was a bit disappointing due to the lack of originality for female lead character; not an impressive, independent young woman but just a wanna be bad ass. However, once the characters took on their own story and personalities, things got good. Last 30% of story was compelling and made it worth the listen. Always love this narrators' ability to draw you into the story and feel the emotion.
I'm almost done. Half way through I started to get bored. The reason to finish is, chapter after boring chapter that is a repeat of Book 1 with different names, we are getting to the actual plot started at the beginning.The romance is the same, the sex is exactly the same, only it seems to be more and really drawn out. Or maybe it just seems drawn out because I've heard it all before, in Book 1. It was became boring in Book 1. Repeated, its painful. Wish I had the written version so I could skip all that crap. At best this is a novella with a bunch of repetitive, utterly predictable sex. Sorry, I'm not going for Book 3. Pity. The whole shifter thing has such potential, especially the mention in this book of other species of shifters-jaguars, falcons, even some other magical creatures. Could be great fun. I just cannot stomach another book focused on the same predictable sex with a glimpse of actual fun plot tossed in.
I liked the narrator for both books. Performed well.
Traveling therapist listening to AUDIBLE books while driving to far areas. Also host/produce radio show on KGLP 91.7 on staying positive!!
This book continues the story of the shifter members & friends of the Phoenix pack. Being born as a shifter has different levels & types that some can change & some can just deal with. The community has label problems just like it's human counter parts but just at a heighten level. No one is perfect. human or shifter. But, the shifters have to deal with human beings prejudices (jealousy) and traitors within the community. The two main characters that found each other to be "true mates" in previous book Try to work on the reasons why the relationship didn't develope. Secrets are revealed. Sex is HAD. Conspiracies are uncovered. Sacrifices are made. And a bloody battle happens. New relationships seemed to be developed to be carried to the next book. The writing is well done and characters still have snarkie one liners between each other along with cheese come on lines. A nice listen... EXCEPT.. My main question is "The Nazi" character is descripted as a large DARK-SKINNED man (shifter) When asked why the character's nickname was "The NAZI" the answer was."Because he WAS a NAZI."...Are there DARK SKINNED NAZIS???? Anyway good story & interesting addition to the series. Worth the credit and money.
Yes, this is a great series. It keeps you going and you don't want to stop reading it.
When Jaime is fighting her wolf and Dante is talking to her by the crib.
Too hard to pick one. Jill Redfield does a FANTASTIC job ! !
Having more imagination with words such as using the "F" word less there are other words that could be used, leave the sex to a persons imagination instead of so graphic and in your face
Yes in hopes that she has changed some of her writing style the plot/store is good
No but her performance was great brought the people in this book alive.
Yes Jill Redfield