It's difficult to write a review about this book. I listened to it quite awhile ago and have put off writing the review until I listened to the next in the series hoping it would better help me to describe how I feel about it. The characters were amazing, the storyline really good, lots of steam and sensuality but also a lot of angst. That said, I have to state that J.Kenner is an amazing writer and describes feeling, emotions and circumstances so that it kept me intrigued and mesmerized.
Yes, J.K. presents the information well; I got to know the characters in this first book and got to ride along with their emotions. I like that in a book, in fact, for me it is necessary to get emotionally involved, otherwise I get bored. Also, from start to finish this book was a great listen.
Her male voices could have been better and more inflection during times of passion, anger, etc. but was not bad enough to make me not want to listen. There have been narrators who have completely destroyed my desire to complete a really good book; this was not the case. I do hope she gets better with time.
If you have insomnia and need help sleeping, this is the audiobook for you!!!
The story line drags.
She does a wonderful job witht he characters! Too bad the story is so bad.....
It dragged on and on....
I read both books and it have been condensed into one.
Say something about yourself!
I'm glad I only have to wait until July for the third book! What can I say about this book, it was a bridge between book 1 & 3. We learned more about the male lead, he became more adorable, but the female lead actually became less adorable and more flawed. Flawed is good in these types of books but I prefer to see the flaw improve not get worse, so it kind of left a dullness about it that I'm sure book 3 will cure, but still a bad taste to end on.
Make no mistake between my personality and my attitude. My personality is who I am, my attitude depends on who you are.........
Waited for second book and it did not disappoint! Now I have to wait for the third....UGH!!!
I really wanted to like this book. I enjoyed the first book and thought that it was a little slow but it picked up in the middle. I figured this one would continue but it was so slow and boring that I fell asleep twice while listening. It is nothing more then a bunch of rambling of everyday tasks while waiting for another sex scene. The scenes are not that great either. I ended up skipping to the last two chapters and have no desire to go back and hear the rest. I have returned the book and will not be getting the third.
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 liked the first book. Love this one! In my opinion this one is more compelling than the first book in the series. I enjoyed getting to know Damien's character better and seeing Nikki becoming a stronger woman through the challenges. Also I love the narrator. I can't wait for book 3!! Please hurry up Audible!
Definelty worth the credit!
This was an excellent follow up to book one. I had lukewarm feelings about the first book, but I was intrigued enough to want book 2...well, now I'm completely hooked! This second book serves up great sex (of course), and still has that suspense that book 1 had as the mystery that is Damien Stark unfolds. I enjoyed Nikki and Damien's relationship much more this time and I'm looking forward to listening to Complete Me.
Ughhhhhh! I love the book, I love the storyline! It really is great, but it says "she says" "he says" "they say" in every sentence! We get who is talking! It's very easy to understand that. I can't even understand why it has to make it clear with every person! I got really annoyed, and I swear it's all I hear now. It completely ruined it for me, and that is really disappointing. "ruined it", she says. "I understand", he says. "Do you" she says. "Stop saying she says", he says. Grrrr