Madison, AL, USA | Member Since 2006
I've read all of the previous books in this series and it's a pretty good western erotic series, even though it does go into graphic detail regarding anal sex which is a bit much for my taste.
Each of the female characters are portrayed differently - each with their own personality which I really liked. And as always, I love the happily ever after at the end.
Isabelle Gordon has a nice voice that told the story rather well.
This book was worth the listening time.
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The most memorable moment was when the brotherhood met Beth, they all kneeled, put their swords into the floor and pledged their allegiance to her.
Not really - his tone never changed from one character to another. But he read it in a smooth, easy to listen to voice - he just didn't differentiate between the characters.
Wrath by far - 6ft 6" of pure muscle and a very strong main character in the book.
This is the first book in the series - I've already purchased book 2. If it's anything like the first book, I'll be thrilled and will continue purchasing the entire series (I believe it's 11 books).
YES, definitely! I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book. The added bonus of the extra sound affects was great! I wish more audio books would add these listening touches to their books! The storyline by itself was still great! I'm a big Anita Blake fan and I'm so glad this one lived up to the Anita character.
It's got to be when Anita was comforting Micah in the hallway - even though Anita was so angry with him, she was willing to put off talking about it and instead comfort him because of his dad's illness. She winded up talking to him about it anyhow, but only since he talked her into telling him what had her so upset.
I've listened to all of the Anita Blake books and Kimberly has done an excellent job with each and every one of them. Her voice is smooth and is so easy to listen to.
Yes I wanted to listen to it all in one sitting but it was way too long to do this with - so I listened to it over the course of 3 days.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book - if I was going to say anything negative about this book it would have to be that sometimes it tended to take on a "classroom lecture series" throughout the book - very interested but a little too preachy at times. But I still loved the book!
I love the books that Patricia Briggs has written - the Alpha and Omega series and the Mercy Thompson series are 2 that stand out. This book, though, was hard to get into and stay interested in. It was a ho-hum book with not too much excitement - unlike books that she has written since then.
I would have much stronger leads - Aralorn and Wolf in particular. The interaction between the two of them was hit or miss - not very exciting. I didn't like him staying in his wolf form all the time either. I would have made this book more mystical, better interaction between the characters instead of merely talking about what each of them were doing.
I enjoyed the scene at the beginning of the book when Aralorn was in a birdcage and had the guise of a rare bird. Her interaction with the First Mage was much better than with other book characters.
No, not worthy of a movie or TV series in my opinion...
Patricia Briggs became a much better author in her later series. I will continue to read her books as she has them published. If you have read later book by Briggs, you'll notice that this book proves that she has progressed from a beginning author to the author she is today.
I have vision problems so I have not read the print version. I just love the variety of audio books available from audible.com so that I can continue to enjoy "reading"!
I enjoyed the part where the Kira was playing with the pack and all of a sudden had sharp pains and went through the agony of becoming a wolf. It was told really well!
No, this is the first book that I've listened to Kirsten Potter.
I enjoyed the entire book (after the first 2 chapters)....
Now that I've listened to the 2nd book and halfway through with the 3rd book, I can honestly say that this is an excellent series!!! Well worth the credits!!
Yes, I would definitely recommend this book (and series) to a friend. All in all, this is a very very good series. I like this book because it has a strong female main character who gives as well as she gets. The exchanges between her and Aric are really fun to listen to.
The part I liked best was when she was cloaked and boarded the helicopter on a mission and how she killed the huge evil fae. I also liked the part where she turns into a beautiful sable colored wolf, as well as her banter with the members of the Alpha Team.
Potter's inflections for the the voices of the different characters is very good, even though she could make the rough and tough male voices a little more masculine.
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I enjoyed reading about the kind of life that a sea urchin diver lives. Christine Feehan did a great job with telling the story and adding in the "special" needs of the leading lady. The love story was well written and held my interest. I also loved it when Rikki was attacked by that fish with teeth and she threw it and it landed on the deck by Lev! Very funny part!
Rikki was my favorite character. She was very interesting at how she sees things and is aware of what's going on around her. Rikki is a very likable character.
Her inflections on the personalities of the characters is great. She is a very good narrator.
The moment in the book that particularly moved me was when Rikki saved Lev after he was thrown from the ship. She was diving and saw him being battered underneath the sea. The way the author described their eyes meeting was so romantic!
I love just about everything that Christine Feehan writes. This one was just a tad bit boring - not really a strong story line. I kept wanting the 3 Russian brothers to meet but only 2 of them have. This book didn't have the oomph that most of her books have.
I enjoyed reading about the microchip that was artfully put into a kaleidoscope. The evil room that Judith created was also well written. The least interesting part was hearing about how the Russian boys grew up. Most of this was already covered in the first book.
He needs to have a more manly voice, especially when he talks for the rough and tough men in the book.
Probably not. I don't usually enjoy books made into movies. I enjoyed the Twilight Series books MUCH better than I did the movies.
I have not read the print version so it's hard to rate - but I absolutely love to listen to audio books. I've listened to everyone of the Ghost Walker books.
I like the way that the author brings the characters to life throughout the book. I like the way that all the characters have strong personalities and are not afraid to show it.
I loved the way that Azami was when she held the little boy in her arms. It showed that she could also be kind and loving besides being an superb warrior.
I really liked the entire book - just like I've enjoyed reading the other 9 books in the series.
I highly recommend this book as well as the series to all my friends everytime I read one!
Robert Jordan has done it again. He is such a compelling writer and I just love to read or listen to his books. I can't wait until the FINAL book is out - hopefully in 2007.
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