Yes. It's a feel good story for times when you want lite and loving with few,if any complications.
When Jonathan introduces Sam to David.
Mr. Morey grew on me and now when I listen to Cardeno, he's who I expect to hear.
Jonathan. I loved his open and honest way of dealing with life - mistakes and all.
Yes I would. The mystery was intriguing and I like how Jake and Adrien are finally on the same page.
for me it was when they visited the owner of The Tide in the nursing home. I have made that trip quite often myself and relate to the situation all to well. Visiting a resident one day, and the next day they are gone with no warning. Brought back memories...
Chris is very talented and his voice is also quite soothing. He fits these novels perfectly and lately is seems as if pairing the right book with the right narrator is very challenging. I love these stories as the written word, but Chris adds an extra dimension to them. To me they are all worth the credits. Good job, Josh.
This is an Audible experience done right.
Yup. I love the story and I love Charlie David as a narrator. It's heart warming as well as hot.
Frat House Troopers. The main characters are good friends who work together and one of them has to perform in porn videos although for different reasons.
The first time Griffin agrees to perform with Dante.
Hot Head - Burning Down the House
Damon, where's the next installment!?
I've listened to many books and don't know if I can rank it, but I can give it an A for Amazing.
Even though he was in it for just a minute, I'd have to say it was Nestor. He was so funny and I loved the way he was voiced. Very campy and I could see him very clearly in my mind's eye.
Bravo, Mr. Brooke. He has a talent for characterizations and accents. He gives very distinctive voices to each person and makes them very real.
I loved this book when I read it, but hearing it made me happy and sad. I laughed out loud while listening at work, and at some parts would have cried if I weren't afraid that my makeup would run or my co-workers would ask me a million questions as to why I was so upset.
I am so happy that such a great book and talented narrator were teamed up. That hasn't happened with many of the audiobooks I've listened to lately. I hope Dreamspinner has more work for Peter and that other books by Mr. Mayne are in audiobook format.
Sweet, moving, romantic
I love their interactions in the Virgin Islands. Webber went out of his way to romance Kincaid. It was beautifully written.
Webber. I loved his soft southern accent. He also did a very passable Caribbean patois.
Yes, but I had to work the next day.
Please give Finn more work. I am very impressed with his narrative skills. If more books were read by him or other narrators with his talent, I'd be broke from buying them.
Listening to the story was not the problem. Susan Ericksen is excellent as usual. I find no fault with her narrative skills. The content is what I can't deal with. If I had to put a label on this, it would be 'torture porn'. I can't recall when I've been repulsed more.
There is way too much explicit violence IMO. I fell asleep at one point and when I woke, it was when the antagonist was abusing an animal. That ended it for me. I know this stuff happens, but I don't want to read about it.
Again, I have no problems with the narration. Susan is among my favorites. She never disappoints.
Do you have all day...?
I sincerely enjoy the 'In Death' series and until this installment, had been very happy and excited to get each book. Before I purchased this one I checked reviews and thought that some of the lower starred reviewers were being a bit sensitive. They weren't. I can only hope that the next one will redeem the series. Can't say that I'll be holding my breath though.
I love the storyline and how it was approached.
My Roommate's a Jock, Well Crap! Though the one main character wasn't feminine, the roommate was an athlete who didn't want to risk his reputation by acknowledging his attraction to another man.
I can't think of any at this time.
The Best Laid Plans.....
I think Mr. McFerrin was a descent choice for a narrator, but he has a habit of fluctuating his voice up and down at times that made it difficult to listen to. Kind of reminds me of Adam West as Batman. I don't know if this is his first book, but hope that he can remedy this. I feel he has potential.
Fanciful, interesting, curiouser.
None that I'm aware of.
This is the first. Mr Milbrook is one of the better narrators I've listened to. He deserves to read more popular books. He'd be great for Dreamspinner Press or other M/M erotica. He is head and shoulders above many narrators chosen for some of Audible' s offerings.
The author has a good imagination. I wasn't expecting much but I liked it more than I thought I would.
Someone who likes characters that are shallow and vapid, who care nothing about endangering their lives, and who lives up to every 'Mary Sue' trope in the book.
No, but it has made me resolve never to purchase another book by Ms. Calmes.
I love his characterizations and will usually listen to anything he narrates, but this story is so bad, even he can't save it.
IMHO, I'd have to say no. I know Ms. Calmes has a large number of fans, but I am not amongst them.
The book had the potential to be so much better, but I have no compassion or love for any of the characters. Mr. Morey is the best thing about it.
It's a great story with great characters. I also love to read about stories set in San Francisco. Makes me want to be there.
I love Mick. He's such a strong person to have gone through such a hard time and to have come out on top even though he doesn't think so.
I checked for previous performances by Mr. James, and I think this is his first one. He's great with the accents and has a pleasant voice, but at times he rushed his sentences and there were some places where he was a tad dry when the scene called for him to emote more. Some of the love scenes were somewhat lackluster. If he narrates the rest of the books, perhaps he will get better with time. Now that I've heard him, I can't envision anyone else narrating this series.
It angered me and saddened me the way CPS ignored Mick's cry for help and that he had to endure abuse from not one man, but two. It also inspired a bit of hate for Vega's wife. I know it's just a story, but most of us know someone that has been treated this way and it goes on everywhere. Love this series though.
I hope the next book is being recorded. Looking forward to listening to it.
I've only listened - have not yet read it.
Spoiler - Harker's murder.
He's your 'every man'. No gimmicks, or frills. He sounds as if he's lived the story. It even sound like he actually may be from Chicago. His characterizations are dead on.
It made me sad. I can't imagine what it would be like to have a relative or partner go through what Nick did with Harker. I know he felt helpless; being in the dark with an illness that was unknown and untreatable, only to lose his lover to a murderer.
I know I have to, but I can't wait for number 6.
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