This audio book was great. and in my option better than the print version. I like the drama and inflection that the narrator brings to it. Also allows me to listen while traveling.
I actually like Cal. He seemed like a cool guy and he was very good with the teaching the group about Wicca.
Julia was great. At first I thought her voice was a little teenager, but as the story went on it suited the book perfectly.
Great book. I have already bought the next and can't wait to listen
This book was surprisingly really good. It grabbed my attention with comedy and allot of teenage boy male humor. Rick Springfield made great decision narrating his own book, because you hardly ever see the authors do that.
Bob (Heracio) was my favorite, because I could relate to his story about growing up in a dysfunctional home with parents that didn’t love each other. He also reminded me of the silly things us boys did as teenagers, like naming their private parts. “Woody” lol.
My favorite seen was when Bob (Heratio), Alice, and the skipper were on the bout looking for the lock nest Monster. It was funny how both Alice and Bob saw something in the water, but the figure was translated differently by each of them. Alice saw one thing and was spoken to, while Bob, just saw a figure he was hoping to see.
The Book was well put together and Rick did a great job narrating. The ending however, left me with the felling of incompleteness, and the purpose of the character Lexington Vargas, doesn’t really make that much sense. Over all the humor carried the storyline for me.
Yes. The Audio book brought more action, excitement, and humor to the story than the print version. Luke Daniels did a great job bringing the Arc Angels story to light.
Adrian, The Captain of the Arc Angels character was very popular in this book. I also liked Elijah, the Lycan, Who had Alpha in him.
I haven't listened to any of Luke Daniels work before, but I felt he did a great job narrating this book.
Yes. I felt one of the most important areas in the book was at the beginning when Adrian and Elijah, were attacked in the Helicopter by the infected Vampire. This was the first occurrence of the vampire virus and this occurrence pitted the Arc angels against the Vamps.
I think this is the beginning of a great series and I can't wait to get deeper into the battle between the Angels, Vampires, and Lycans. It is obvious that there is a conspiracy developing and I love the direction.
Revealing, Informative, and at the end very dramatic.
I really liked the build up of the impending collision course between that Natasha and her once best friend Encio. Encio played the part of a caring friend, but we all knew he was leaching of Nas for her awesome power.
I liked the part when Natasha finally tapped into her family magic and broke the hold Encio had on her. I was hoping for Natasha's power to overwhelm him, but understandably so she wasn't skilled enough. Hopefully in the 3 book she will be better
This book made me laugh out loud in certain areas. I really liked it when Natasha pushed Rayne from the balcony in the barn. That was interesting.
Great book. I hop Book 3 Eternally Yours comes out in Audio book as well
Yes. I would listen to it again to pick up on things I may have missed and because the story is so interesting.
I enjoyed the drama of one relationship ending painfully between Morgan and Cal, to the beginning of a true and more powerful relationship starting between Morgan and Hunter. It’s so Ironic that Hunter is the guy that she hated the most, and he might be her Soul mate.
In the beginning of this story I didn’t really like Julia because her voice just seemed to teenager, but as the story developed and she started using her Irish and Gaelic accents I really think she did an excellent job.
I enjoyed this book. It huts to see Morgan was betrayed by Cal, but I actually saw that coming. What I didn’t see was Hunter and Morgan hooking up possibly. It was also very sad to see David stripped of his powers for making a mistake only once. I just didn’t see why the council passed such a harsh punishment for a first time offender.
This book started with the escape of Cal and his mother, Morgan being rescued from a burning building by her friends. Then ended with Hunter showing Morgan she was his heart’s desire in Morganite stone. Great story, but I really think it left to many questions.
Yes. I have listened to it twice already to pick up on things I missed while listening. Also because this book put other werewolf books to shame. It the 3 s's for me Sexy, Seduction & Syfy.
When Jax,s had to bend time to save his mate and sacrifice his friend.
The main character Jackson was my favorite. He is a mans man. He brought passion, toughness and an edge only a wolf could bring.
This book took me through all emotions. I felt Jax's pain when Keera fell from the Helicopter.
I felt his hurt and feeling of betrayal when he stop Keera from recuing Eric. I also felt his passion when he made love to Keera.
This was a great book and I can't wait to reed the others. I urge anyone who is interested to give this book a try. The narrator was also great and had such a sexy seductive voice.
Yes. I would listen to this book again. I read some of the reviews that blasted the narrator, but I thought she did a good job transitioning between the different characters in the book. It is always nice to have different narrators so you can tell between the different gender characters in the book, but Lyssa Graham did a great job making me believe she was each different characters. Every book isn't for every person. The Siren works for me.
Yes. Lyssa Graham did a great job making me believe she was each different characters in the book.
Yes. I listend to it at work and on my way to work.
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