If you're a fan of JR Wards Black Dagger Brotherhood, this is a similar story with dragons. Collahan's style is similar in personality and the fact that the alpha males stand no chance against falling for their mates.
The narrator is good. He can do the accents and carry the story, but his voice for the characters is too high. If he could narrate in the tenor of Jim Frangione it would have been perfect. These are warriors, and he makes them sound like dweebs.
I was very disappointed in this story. I prefer strong heroes and heroines, and I found these two wimpy and whiney. If you want to listen to a story about the poor actor who loves to be an actor but spends his time whining about the price of fame, and the girl who decides to be the one to keep the big bad paparazzi out, go for it.
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