A listener/reader can only take so much angst. Kata's constant "If I give in to him, then I'll lose myself, blah, blah blah . . ." gets tiresome after the first 100 times she says it or thinks it. After the 200th time she says it, you just have to start hitting the fast forward button. If the author pulled back from this even just a little, it might have saved this book.
Kata's constant whining.
The only two characters I actually enjoyed listening to were Logan and his father.
Just tone down the back-and-forth "I want him, I don't want him." Listeners/Readers in general are not stupid. Authors don't need to kill a dead horse, resurrect it, and keep on killing it just to get a point across. After a while it just kills the story - not the horse.
I only write reviews when I find something special, and "Wild Man" is special. I loved the story and the narration, but most of all, I loved the characters. There's great smex, but it's not every other page - but what is there is hot!
The relationship between Tess and Brock is a treasure. I'm listening to the story for about the third time while I'm writing this review.
If you love alpha males, endearing secondary characters, ex-wives you love to hate, hot smex and great chemistry between your hero and heroine, then this book is for you.
I thought there was no way this author could top On Dublin Street. I thought Jo would be a superficial character, maybe a bit two-dimensional. Boy, was I wrong. Not only did I listen to this audio book straight through, but I listened to it again when I was done.
I loved this book as much as the first. I honestly can't say which one I loved more. The story was great, the characters were wonderful and the narration was perfect Thank you Samantha Young for another great story. This is one I will treasure like an old friend.
It's in my top 5 all-time favorites. I listened to twice in a row.
The chemistry, between the two characters is electric. The dialogue is fantastic. You can visualize these two incredible people falling in love.
Great voice characterization. She performs Andrew's voice flawlessly.
Camryn took a road trip to find herself but what she found was her soul mate.
This book grabbed me from the first few words. I was sad when it ended, and that's why I listened to it all over again.
Yes, but there better be more groveling.
Only if he can grovel better.
Only if the hero wants to try and grovel better.
When men behave badly and they want to be forgiven, then they need to grovel. Oh and did I mention that they need to grovel better?
N/A - I haven't read the print version. That's why I have Audible. Now I can listen to my favorite authors while cleaning the house, driving down the road, grocery shopping . . .
Charley! She's one of my all-time favorite characters. You just never know what she's going to do next.
Reyes Farrow - his voice is so sexy. Lorelei King is a truly talented performer. It's a real treat to listen to a female narrator who can pull off a believable male voice without sounding like she has a cold.
I did listen to it in one sitting. I started when I got up in the morning and was still listening at dinnertime.
Darynda Jones is a truly talented writer. I know this series gets compared to Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series (which I also read), but the Charley Davidson series is better written and much more original.
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