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I read Blood of Eden first and then when this audio was available I got it and I realized I made a HUGE mistake. This audio sets you up for the first book in the series. When I listened to Dawn of Eden it was good but I wish I had listened to this first. I was confused quite a bit. The story was good so there wasn't any problems there. I think and this is my opinion that if you have read Blood of Eden then don't bother with this audio unless you want to know what happened to get things the way they are in Blood of Eden. Its a must read/listen to before reading the first book in the series. The story was well written and it lets the reader know how things happened to get you ready for the first book.
Loved, Loved, I Absolutely Loved This Story! Author Claudy Conn created a world that was vivid with the Shadow Vampires. Shawna Rawley is running for her life after she learns that Pentim Rawley is her dad and looking for her. She has learned that her dad is evil and obsessed with finding Shawna. He doesn't just want to find her, no, he wants to turn her into a vampire. But Shawna is determined not to let this ever happen and not only is she already half vampire, she's a white witch. She also meets a Scottish man, Chad MacFare, who is consistent on protecting Shawna but he want her to work for him in helping him with finding Pentim so he can kill him.
Shawna doesn't know anything about Chad MacFare, She doesn't trust him, and she doesn't want to be bait. Shawna is half vampire and a half white witch. She does have to drink blood but she drinks pigs blood. Shawna's mom died when she was a baby and her mom escaped from Pentim, where Shawna's grandparents raised her. This Chad MacFare alienates Shawna something fierce. He continues to find her, getting through her traps that no one else could. She wants to know who, rather what he is. She knows she's up for a move again feeling as her dad could be getting close to finding her. Shawna decides to move to Scotland, where she finds a nice, quiet cottage. Of course, Chad finds her but that's not all, there's also something lurking around. I think the author created a great story with vampires, white/black magic, and legends of the fae. I really enjoyed the characters Claudy has written in. Shawna is a very likeable character, she's sassy, kickass heroine, who's half vamp and half white witch. I especially enjoyed the duel POVs, that was a great idea that she chose the duel POVs.
The narrator Valerie Gilbert does a fabulous job! I love her accents she uses for all the characters. She brings life to this story and keeps the story flowing. I couldn't stop this story and I finished listening to the audio in half a day. As soon as it ended I started the second story, ShadowHeart Slayer. Valerie is extremely talented and has a gift and it shows as you listen to the stories she's narrated. I've listened to several of her audios and they've all been really good. I highly recommend you get the three Shadow Vampires audiobooks as soon as you can.
The first two books are amazing but the third, Chasing Angel is my favorite thus far. The author has really created a perfect Demon world. The author has written so much detail and other things in this story. The bond grows stronger between Chase and Angel. Travis has gone all demon after finding his love, only to lose her again. Now, Emma is back to wanting to kill them all again. In addition to everything that's going on, Hell comes to visit Spring Valley to pay a visit to Chase. He doesn't want Chase, he wants Angel for some reason. The author does a great job of bringing this story together and finishing it without leaving holes in the story like many authors do. I love that the author doesn't leave holes in her stories because it's frustrating when authors do that. In this story Angel finds herself, she's becoming a kickass girl, a girl that will do anything she can to save people she loves. J.L. Weil went demon in this story, more demon activity than in the other 2 stories. The story has everything and this is one you won't want to skip. I hope the author writes more Divisa stories. I'm listening to the 4th audio now and the last Divisa
story available on Audible. By the way, the 4th audio, Loving Angel is in Chase's POVs.
Narrator Emily Gittelman has done another amazing job again. She brought this story to life as She did with Hunting Angel. This story is more intense, more everything, and the narrator brings it all out. I especially love her take on Chase and I also love the accent she gives Lexi. Overall, she did a wonderful job with her performance of this story. I recommend you get all four Divisa books. I know you'll love them as much as I do.
Another great story! Author J.L. Weil has outdone herself once again. The story alone is filled with everything you want in a story. The author has a great imagination and it shows in the first two stories of the Divisa. The characters that the author created are fun and so much more. Chase Winters is entertainment alone. He's fun, spunky, and he's one hot, badass. I love the hot/cold relationship between Chase and Angel. The other thing I really enjoy that the author written in the story is the soul connection. Chase and Angel are soul connected. They have been since the day Angel died and Chase pleaded with Death to bring her back. Now, from what they were told there's two more phases to complete their soul connection. In this story a hunter comes to town, not just any hunter though. This hunter is known by the Winter's family but even more so by Travis. She's the girl that Travis loved and thought was dead. When Angel goes missing, Chase is determined to kill anyone or anything that gets in his way to finding Angel. This story has it all, action, humor, surprises, twists and turns, emotion, tension, and some awesome characters. I'm already listening to the third audio, Chasing Angel.
The narrator Emily Gittelman did a great job with her telling of Hunting Angel. She brought life to this story in a way that you feel you're there in the story watching everything unfold. She spoke in a clear voice and I didn't have any trouble understanding the story. In addition, every character was identifiable. The narrator had no problems distinguishing the accents to each character. She did a fabulous job. I highly recommend you get the Divisa books, you won't regret it, that I can guarantee.
I have to say that I LOVED the audio of Saving Angel and I feel like author J.L. Weil has written a fabulous story. I definitely rate this story with 5 stars. I've looked and I saw some other reviews that weren't good and I can't believe it's about the same story. I really think that they've read the wrong book. I think the bad reviews are because they say it's similar to Jennifer Armentrout's books but really? I believe there's alot of stories that are alike. But that's their opinion so let it be. I just don't think an author should get bad reviews
because the reader thinks it's similar to another author's story. Maybe they should listen to the story.
I loved the story and I was blown away by The story. I especially loved Chase and Angel. I enjoyed the playfulness these two characters seldomly would do but from time to time they would. I liked how Chase acted like an ass towards Angel most of the time. But you could
tell that Chase did this because of his feelings for Angel. I think Jennifer Weil did a wonderful job
creating this story. I found it interesting and
unique that she wrote Angel as an XBox fanatic. You don't read many books that talk about a female playing video games so I feel like that's a bonus for this story. This story contains action, drama, supernatural elements, and so much more. I found this to be a fun story to listen to and I'm ready to start the 2nd audio, Hunting Angel.
The narrator Tara Millette did a great job with her performance of this story. This is the first story that I've ever listened to by this narrator but I will be looking for other stories she has narrated. She made this story fun to listen to. I definitely think this story is one that everyone will enjoy.
A rather short prequel to a glorious new series. Ohh, my....I absolutely LOVED this short story. It was remarkable and unique. I am so excited to see where author K.S. Haigwood will take this story. I do hope she'll continue adding her stories to Audible. The author, K.S. Haigwood did a magnificent job on her introduction of this story. I am extremely happy that this story is about Vampires and Werewolves. Yes, she's written other stories with them in it but I believe she's going to take us somewhere different, different than the other stories she's written. I can't wait to learn more about Mena and her destiny.
Narrator Pyper Down did a great job bringing life
to this story. The accents and excitement comes to life as Pyper does her job by breathing life into
this story. I love, loved this story! I am so looking forward to listening to more stories written by K.S. Haigwood. I highly, highly recommend you get this story now and listen/read whatever fancies you, just get it and do it quickly.
I RELISTENED TO THIS STORY AGAIN BEFORE STARTING BURNED (FEVER #7)
I really liked the story immensely. I've never read any books by Moning until this one, so it was a first for me but I went back and listened to all of Karen Marie Moning stories that are available on Audible.
I found the book to better than I first thought it would be. I began reading the first chapter and I almost stopped listening to it but I was determined to finish it, and so I did.
The story focuses on a fourteen year old girl named Dani " Mega" O'Malley. She's a human with some kickass super powers. She's alone except a best friend called Dancer. Her powers consist of being able to jump/fly long distances. She calls it freeze frame. She also has a sword, which is called the sword of Light. She uses it to kill the Unseelies prince's that have a price on their head. It almost seems that everyone is out to get her. She not only has to watch out for the Undseelies but Ryoden, an immortal nightclub owner, Inspector Jayne who wants her sword, and the Mac who went from friend to foe.
The book is more or less about a supernatural
creature of some sort who is Unseelie
and fey. Ryoden has also forced Dani to help him put an end to the killing of the
town by this creature. Dani can tell Ryoden has
his own intentions toward her.
Then there's Christian, an Unseelie Prince who wants something from Dani, what, she doesn't know yet. It takes all these people that seem to
want Dani dead or want her for something else,
to help rid the town of this ice creature. I found it
to be a great story to listen to. Yet, it could have
had more action and Mac should've been written in more I think. But after listening to all the Fever series I understand that this is Dani's story and Mac was in the first 5 books. I guess the ending sort of takes care of all of that.
I look forward to watching Dani grow. Also I'm eager to find out who will steal her heart, if she lives past fourteen that is. I think the narrators Phil Gigante and Natalie Ross did a wonderful job with their narration of this story. I love alI the accents that Phil gives the characters. I especially live the voice she gives Dani. The narrators made this an enjoyable story to listen to and fun.
Another fantastic story by author Jacqueline Rhoades. I loved the way She captures the characters and details in this story. This isn't your usual shift from human to animal or vise versa. Another reason for anyone who loves books about shifters and even those who don't should check out the Wolvers stories. She's written a unique story about these Wolvers and the way they can shift. I loved this story but, yes, there's a but, it should've been longer to be considered book #4 because the others are longer. This one should've been a short story or a novella. Who knows she might go back and fix that one day. Don't worry it doesn't hurt the story at all. Its still worth reading or in my case listening to.
The narrator Holly Adam's did a fantastic job with her telling of this story. I was able to know which character was speaking. She brought so much life into this story that I felt like I was there seeing it unfold. Absolutely Fantastic!! I highly recommend you check this series out and add them to your collection, you won't regret it.
I loved this story! This is another great story written by author Pippa DaCosta. I loved everything about this story. She catches you and keeps you immersed in the story from start to finish. She doesn't have any problem keeping you intrigued as you listen to the story unfold. I love the character Muse, part demon and human. She's frowned upon by the pure demons and they hate that she's of a mixed breed. This story brings Damien to the surface, who used to own Muse. He takes her back to the netherworld after killing others to get her. He will do anything to gain Muse's power to regain his title of Prince. But, Muse won't go down without a fight.
Hollie did another great job telling the story. I loved the first story she narrated, Beyond the Veil and this one was even better. I love the way she distinguishes the accent of each character making it easy to understand exactly the character who is speaking. I love the accent she gives Muse. This is definitely another 5 star rating for the author, narrator, and the story. Loved it!
I absolutely loved this story! I found this story to be somewhat different than the other stories in the series. Author Eva Pohler has written another brilliant story. It was filled with twist and turns throughout the entire story. I was on the edge of my seat from start to finish. I'm looking forward to listening the next story, which is Gatekeepers Promise, the last book in this great series. I've come to love mythology because of the stories that Eva has written.
Debbie Andreen continues to keep me immersed when telling Eva's stories. She does a great job with the characters accents. She makes the story flow smoothly and keeps my interest held throughout. I highly recommend you listen to The Gatekeeper's Sons if you haven't listened to this series. You definitely have to start with the first book and go from there but I guarantee you'll love it.
Eva Pohler has done it again! If you listened to the first story then I'm sure you couldn't wait to listen to this story. I know I was eager. Eva Pohler has written another fantastic story. Its a fun story, yet catches you with mysterious things along the way.
Narrator Debbie Andreen has done a great job with narrating this story as she has others written by Eva. She kept me immersed throughout the entire story. I can't wait to listen to the 3rd audio.
If you've never listened to anything written by Eva Pohler then you really should! She has written some very good stories that keep you begging for more. I always look forward to listening to a New story written by Eva. If you don't believe me just give one of her stories a try, you have nothing to lose but a great story to gain.
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