The only book that might compare to Heat Rises, would be the other Nikki Heat books. The relationship between the characters may be similiar to other romance novels, but the wit and depth of the characters is phenominal in this series.
Johnny Heller adds depth to the characters of Rook and Heat. He make you laugh and cry.
I both laughed and cried during this book.
The interplay between Heat and Rook is at the core of these books. Sometimes you have to laugh at how Rook can push Heat's buttons.
The sexual innuendos are "to die for"!!!
Never read the book.
I love the fact that the tree main characters had happy childhoods and have still have both parents married. YES, regular people can just be KINKY!!!!!
Smooth, velvety, and rich
Yes, and I had to keep going back and relisten, if I felt that I missed something. Usually the hot sex scenes ;)
I normally like Maya Banks books, but I was sadly disappointed in this one and have no plans to finish the series.
Not overly impressed with Adam Paul's narration. Maybe a female narrator would have been better. But I doubt it.
I would and have. The vampires, not the type expected. The steam-punk...definately NOT expected; a wonderful surprise!!!
I can't compare this to any other book that I've read, the steam-punk aspect was a unexpected and gave me a new genre to try.
I picked up this book, strictly because James Marsters was the narrator. I absolutly LOVE his narration of the Dresden series. Now this is a new favorite series. Both author are very well written, but Marster's narration hickes it up several notches!
Vampires, steam-punk, and head strong princess. The hero has his work cut out for him.
I would and have recommended Molly Harper's books to friends. I will be adding this series to my recommendation list.
Harper's heroines are funny, sarcastic, and they get into the most wonderfully odd-ball situations.
Mo (no spoiler on what it is short for) who is a true southern girl. She doesn't take any crap from anyone and her internal dialogue is hysterical!!!!
A good narrator can bring the character's to life. Ronconi's performance was GREAT and will be the voice I hear in my head, when I think about Mo.
The angst between Wrath and Elizabeth. They both read things into the other's actions that weren't right. But Ms. Ward, didn't make it trite as can often be the case.
The chemistry between the two whas HOT.
The other characters (non-human and human alike) were well developed and I grew to love or hate them as necessary. I want to know what happens to them next.
I had two which were unexpectedly my favorites, even though neither have the two main characters in them. They both center around the cop Butch and his confrentation with two other members of the brotherhood. I don't want to spoil it for anyone.
I can't think of another name. The title was one of the things that caught my attention when it was listed with other first books in a series.
I highly recommend this books to others who like vampire stories in a similiar vein. I will be adding Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood series to my reading list with Adrian's Midnight Breed, Duvalls' Immortal Guardians, Feehan's Dark, and Kenyon's Dark-Hunters.
Bring on the hot, sexy, dominant vampires for me to devour!
No, I thought it might be a good book to recommend to my teenage niece. But a few sections were highly inappropriate for a YA audience.
Edwina Wren's performance was the only thing that allowed me to finish the story.
The spiteful 'popular' girl. Especially her scene in the hallway, when the heroine arrives at the school.
The premise reminded me of the Charley Darden series. Both heroines are not quit human, but do ther best to deal with both the human and the paranormal wolds that they live in. Both offer a sense of humor to help readers see the, sometimes, obserdity of their lives.
With only a few missteps, Tavia narration runs smoothly from character to character; even those with foriegn accents
Kat's decision at the end. No spoiler here.
I have added Jeaniene Frost and her Night Huntress series to my wish list. I want to see what happens to our fiesty heroine next.
Yes, the story is well written and keeps you engaged.
Isabella, with her irrevant attitude and wicked sense of humor.
She brings the banter between Jacob and Bella to a fever pitch with her timing and exceqution.
Lots of little sections made me want to cry, while others made me laugh out loud.
Absolutely. I have kept all of the books on my iPod, so that I can listen to them again and again.
This is another great addition to the Wicked Lovers series.
Lexi takes Shayla's characters and adds depth to them with her performance.
I don't want to be a spoiler. But I will tell you that it is the final act of submission, and it made me cry.
It was OK, but I think I would have enjoyed re-listening to one of her other stories.
No, I would recommend her Georgian and Crossfire series.
I was neither impressed, nor turned off, with the narrator.
If I had not already listed/read Georgian or Crossfire series, I would have said "Maybe?".
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