I've listened to this book twice just to be sure I loved it as much as I thought I did the first time. I DO! The narration is probably the biggest reason, but I enjoyed the story too. Shane East just did it for me. Checking out Raine Miller's website shows that there will be a book 4. Yay!!! I hope it's also made into an audiobook WITH THE SAME NARRATORS PLEASE! I can't wait to find out how the entire story plays out. This series will definitely remain one of my favorites and I highly recommend it.
Yes - This is a fantastic series full of heat, passion, desperation, and is all tied up in a happy ending.
I like Ethan - He has been my favorite part of all these stories so far. He is so bloody British and alpha and sex on a stick!
I have heard both of these narrators perform before. This was just as great as the others. Grace can become each of the characters without her performance sounding forced. Shane's voice is sexy, and where I NEVER love a male doing a female voice, his wasn't terrible and did not take away from the performance.
The moment at the restaurant with her friends Benny & Gaby when Brynne answered her mothers call and Benny ends up on his phone with Ethan. That was a tough moment.
Read the series - just read it!
Yes! All because of Shane East!
Probably to Sylvia Day's Crossfire series. I like both but this is my fav!
Listened to some others by Grace Grant and she's really great as usual but Shane East makes the Ethan character shine!
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen.
Grace Grant, I love the way she tells a story.
It was a nice conclusion to the story although I think there is still more to tell...ethan's history was never discussed
I love Grace Grant and I liked Shane East's narration except for his Brynn.
Ethan at Brynn's dad's pool...so sweet.
Lovely trilogy...I hated that it ended.
I got totally hooked that I listened to the whole series in 3 day, probably would have listened in a day if I didn't have work.
Shane East as Ethan Blackstone was incredible, oh my I completely fell in love. I will listen to this audiobook over and over. The books are so beautifully written, the story is fast paced and some hot sex scenes. Loved it.
No spoilers from me. I enjoy HOT, sexy books. No vampires, paranormal, 4 me.I'm running out this typeAudible-so on2 lighter romance/mystery.
The third part in The Blackstone Affair series: A love on the brink of being destroyed. The fight of a lifetime to keep it alive.
Big surprises are on the horizon for Ethan and Brynne as they struggle to adjust to what life has thrown at them. Demons from the past are threatening to destroy the passionate bond they’ve forged despite their vow that nothing will ever keep them apart. A truly devastating loss coupled with the promise of a new hope opens their eyes to what is most important, but is it possible for the lovers to move on from the painful histories that continue to haunt them? A stalker is still lurking in the shadows, plotting evil amidst the distraction of the 2012 Olympic games in London. Brynne and Ethan are on the cusp of losing everything as the stakes rise. Will they yield to circumstances beyond their control or will they give every ounce of fight they have left to save each other and win the ultimate prize of a life together?
Eyes Wide Open is a passion-wrought story that shows us what pure love can achieve when tested and what the heart can accomplish despite danger and adversity.
How about the least-the ending was rushed and a bit choppy.
Yes- Grace Grant is perfection! Shane East is great as Ethan.
I recommend getting the entire series as these are not 'stand alone' books in my opinion.Adult/mature themes-some strong language
Love a good romance
Yes, it was the first series that I have listened to that had a man and women and I really enjoyed when they did their own parts plus a lot of it was from the mans view which was nice for a change
No I haven't don't know if Shane actually talks like that but boy is it hot, could listen to him forever. Grace was very pleasant to listen to, liked when they did there own voices and didn't try to do each others.
Awfully short for an unabridged series and pretty costly for the length
This is 50 shades of stealing storyline. Here are the commonalities. 1) The girl's father has an accident 2) he has a housekeeper that cleans and cooks for him and freezes food for him 3) she is a great cook and likes to cook for him. 4) gets a book as a present from him. Oh yes, an early edition 5) He has issues in his past that has made him who he is now 6) she gets kidnapped 7) He wants her to have his name 8) she gets pregnant 9) he tracks her using her cell phone 10) he buys her a house. Not impressed at all.
Shane East is the only AMAZING part about this entire book. A sexy voice as hell AND he does an amazing job.
that i got to find out what happen! the baby, who was after her.
when the dad died
Of course, the main reason is to complete series to know how the story line turns out. But the other reason was because the Trilogy is that interesting. I could hardly wait for the book to be released. And the day it did, I immediately went to my Android app to download it...a little after midnight.
I loved the fact that Bryn was smart enough to leave subtle clues for Ethan to find her. I also loved the fact that she was brave enough to risk doing things others would be too coward to do, just so Ethan could find her in time.
And, the ending was nice. But not an extremely memorable one though. Still, something I can live with.
I love when Grace performs the character for both Bryn and Ethan. Her accent for him is brilliant. But, its always tricky when a guy has to do a female's voice. It doesn't quite have the same flare, which is understandable. Nevertheless, Shane East did a great job. I really love his accent.
I laughed alot.It was very comical for sure. But, it had the sad moments too. Like when her dad died and to find out how he ended up dying.