Bayamon, Puerto Rico | Member Since 2011
Jennifer Ashley has written such an amazing series. Each book has been very different but all of them very well written. The first book in the series The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie was one of the best books I've ever read in my life and made me fall in love with Ian. I was sure no other book could come close to that one. The second book was just ok. But then I listened to this one and I fell in love all over again. This time with Cameron. I had an impression he was a selfish ass who did not care for his son and only lived for his carnal pleasures. Well I was wrong. Very very wrong. Cameron didn't really have that many sins. He was just a very hurt, betrayed and traumatized man. And I love his journey and his change. Ainsley put the pieces of his heart back together little by little. And she was such a good woman. Just an honest, lovable, good woman.
I loved every character on this story. I loved how romantic and sizzling hot the main relationship was. I loved how the other couples were incorporated into the story and to know how they are doing. I loved how the next story was introduced (Hart and Eleanor). I loved the freaking horse Jasmine. I loved Cam's son Daniel. I even loved Angelo the gypsie. Yeah, I pretty much loved every second of this story.
Narration: Angela Dawe did a great job with the story. I gave up trying to hear a british or Scottish accent but other than that the narration was passionate, intense and nearly perfect. Worth a credit? Abso-freaking-lutly!!!
Another great addition to the series. Lots of action and a slow building romance with great chemistry that built up excitement. The hero was amazing! The narrator did a very good job with the Scottish accent and the different tones for each character.
I tried to finish this book but after two weeks I gave up. The premise is good: best friends that decide to marry so that he can keep his ranch (as required by his deceased grandfather). But the constant mentioning of his barbwire tattoo, the changing points of view between the main characters and the so so narration finally bored me. I don't recommend it.
I really enjoyed this book. It's pretty fast paced and short. The story is more centered in the developing romance more than historical facts or accuracy. I felt like I was listening to a Harlequin story with a Highlander twist (very sweet and sexy but a bit unrealistic). I also liked the narrator because male and female characters were easily distinguishable.
I wanted to like this book because I like the author's style and the narrator is very good. But unfortunately About two thirds of the book in I lost interest completely. There was no conflict at all. It was just pretty monotonous. The hero is an ex soldier dealing with PTSD. The heroine was stood up at the altar. The hero happened to be there and in a very casual conversation decided to marry her. The story was hot but nothing interesting happened. I guess it was missing the Mackenzie spice of the previous books. I'm returning this one.
I was expecting a short and sweet romance to get my mind off from work. This story felt incredibly long. I just didn't feel the romantic connection between the main characters. Josh's desire to go on a road trip to do nothing interesting felt selfish and immature and then the heroine is waiting with arms wide open for him to return when he pleases? A big disappointment! The narration was unremarkable too...
This book picks up right where Rescue Me ends. Sadie finds out she has a sister she didn't know about and her boyfriend Vince asks his friend Beau to find that sister and see if she wants to meet Sadie. Said sister is Stella who lives in Miami and works as a bartender. This is a road trip story. Stella and Beau embark on a trip from Miami to Lovett, TX to go meet Sadie. That road trip turns into a love story with lots and lots of sexual tension. I just wish it was a longer book. Really liked it!!
This is book 2 in the Chocolate Lovers series. The first book was so funny that I knew I needed to listen to the second one immediately. From smiles, giggles to laugh out loud moments this book will take your mind away from reality and is a guaranteed good time. But beware: there's lots of sex, alcohol and brownies involved so you need to have a sense of humor to really enjoy it and not mind that the vagina is pretty much one of the main characters.
Narration: Two books into the series and I still don't like Romy Nordlinger because she uses the exact same tone for males and females. But she is funny so I believe that the audiobook is just as good as the actual book.
Tip: this title is available as Whispersync with voice so I recommend you buy the Kindle edition first and then get the audiobook version. That way you pay almost half of the cost of a credit.
From the two hundred audiobooks I own this has been the one that I've enjoyed the most. The best way to describe it is American Pie meets Fifty First Dates. Wow I just loved this hilarious, sexy and romantic story. I will look for every other book by Tara Sivec.
Narration: Romy Nordlinger is not a good narrator. She does not even try to make different voices for the characters. That is specially problematic on this story because it is written in alternating point of views between the heroine Claire and the hero Carter. But at least she's funny.
I've enjoyed every Virgin River book but this one kept awake late at night listening to it. It was surprise because the blurb doesn't sound that interesting, but it is. Nora is the daughter of a mentally ill mother and elderly father. Her drug addicted boyfriend dumped her with two babies in Virgin River and now is in jail. So Nora has been to hell and back and is just working really hard to survive with her babies. She looks for work picking apples and that's we're she meets Tom. He's the owner of the farm. Their story is one of heartbreak, family and hope. The added bonus of this book is that you get to meet Hank Cooper, the hero of the new series Thunder Point.
Narration: it's Therese Plummer so there's not much to add. She's the best narrator out there. There's a lot of emotional moments in this book and she just make them more intense.
I really enjoy the Lucky Harbor series. All the books are fun sweet feel good listens. This one has the added bonus of a mystery. The narrator did a pretty good job but I must admit I would prefer to have the same narrator continue with all the series instead of a different one for each book. This is a great book to listen to during the summer.
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