The pace of these Special Unit novels is great. There's always a surprise ending.
Lucas is the brooding hero that makes the romance work.
Dick Hill has the voice to keep one riveted.
Not really...I'd rather it went on forever.
Kay Hooper does the paranormal better than anyone else.
yes. This was one of Nora Robert's most exciting first books of a trilogy
I love books with believable witchcraft in them. Ireland is just made for this book
Her inflection and the theatrics in her voice are exciting
The first two chapters that set the theme for the book.
When is the next book due?
Yes, this one had not only an intriguing story, but a can't put it down performance.
Definitely. Catherine Coulter's books all have promise, but the twists in this plot were really interesting.
Don't usually pay attention to the names of the performers. These did an excellent job.
Catherine Coulter's books often promise to be great, but about half way through they become easy to predict. This one didn't and i loved it.
I am a listener of novels. This turned out to be a"good read", but not a repeat
The stories about every-day life
Like all of history, the reader makes a choice of the periods and countries they want to read about. This happens to be my favorite thanks to the novelists like Roberta Gellis who placed their stories in these times.
I almost always listen to a Nora Roberts book more than once. She does a great job of putting the reader into the setting. This may not be my favorite, but she's given us a good read again.
Abra, because she is so together. and green-eyed!
I didn't have a problem with his switching of genders. He didn't force it and it was natural.
Not an extreme reaction, a satisfying reaction. It was a comfortable book and I had a good idea of where it was going. But Nora always does so well on descriptions that I really enjoyed the listen .
I have not read print edition
plot was intriguing.
Love having the two narrators. i'm not particularly critical of voice changes, but few can do the opposite sex very well.
I've become spoiled. I've read all my life and now someone can read to me. I love it!
Yes! kay Hooper is great at twists and turns.
She picks up the excitment in her voice.
No! I like the unabridged versions. More than one sitting is fine with me.
I wish all the Bishop novels were on audible!
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