Colters' Woman is probably my least favorite audiobook so far. I did not like the male narrator and the story while outlandish to begin with was even a little unrealistic in itself. The innocent virgin is not going to simply take on three men her first time and then wake up thinking this is a perfectly normal day with her husbands. I didn't mind the storyline but the characters could have been a little more realistic.
Probably not. I found that I definitely prefer female narrators for romance novels and his female voices were very coy and unrealistic. I also found that he had trouble keeping his character voices straight too. That did get better as the book went on.
Colters' Woman is about three brothers who have decided that they will commit themselves to a single woman. Holly the damsel in the story just happens to find herself unconscious outside their front door and when confronted with that prospect she seems to find it perfectly natural and is completely accepting. Yes the story is this outrageous. While I did enjoy the more suspenseful parts I really thought the story was lacking. The sex scenes were definitely HOT but I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone new to the romance genre. I prefer Maya Banks other books but I do think I will continue to read (listen) the series. The storyline in the books to follow seem a little more on pace with more traditional romance.
I really liked the story line throughout the book, it kept it interesting leaving you wanting to listen more but the ending was a let down. It didn't really finalize anything. Normally you know where all the main characters are at the end. Since the other characters were so entwined in the story I thought you might get a little more about them. Also, the epilogue jumped around a lot. It's the first time I have ever read a flashback within the epilogue. Not to mention the extra parts at the end that really didn't seem to fit in and I really didn't see the purpose. I liked the section from his perspective but I think it would be more interesting to do the series from his perspective. I also didn't understand why it ended at that point. I don't know if it left me wanting more or just with more closure!
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