I like the fact that Tanya Eby has been the sole narrator for this series. The characters voices don't vary from book to book, which is a great comfort to this listener.
I loved Charlie's vulnerability and strength. Clay was a true gentle man.
Aside from the steamy sex scenes, the author does a great job of capturing Liv and Nate's vulnerabilities.
Have not been disappointed with this author. I hope she writes about the other streets of Edinburgh!
Yes. Justice Sotomayor represents determination and strength. I will go to this work when I need to be reminded and inspired.
Oddly I would compare it to Eat Pray Live because both works inspired me to live my life with integrity.
She's perfect. No other narrator could better represent the Justice's voice.
I thought Pamela Clare did an excellent job at giving us just a small insight to Native American culture.
Kaleo has to have one of the sexiest voice which I have enjoyed in the first 3 i-series novels, but I hesitant because I was worried that the voices of Native Americans would be misrepresented. Kaleo did an amazing job and found his inflections and accents to be spot on. I hope he actually reads this review so that he knows that I truly appreciated his narration.
Sure. I'm enjoying the entire Sullivan series. I already feel compelled to re-listen to Chase and Chloe's story all over again!
Aside from the hot, steamy sex scenes my favorite moment was when Vicky shared with Ryan about her opportunity to work in Italy. I was dreading that Vicky was going to play martyr and be self anguished about the opportunity, but she was honest and straightforward. I was relieved and felt that the author built a great character in Vicky.
Can't wait to hear Smith's and Naughty's stories! I believe Smith's story is out on ebook/paperback but I'm really enjoying Eva Kaminsky's narration. Will try to wait patiently for audio versions!
It was a lighthearted quick read with enough banter between the characters that kept me intrigued.
I wouldn't classify this in the Romance section, but I'm glad I found it in this category. I think this book is more about learning to love and forgive oneself. You have the two main characters learning to work with each other, and in that process and sexual tension, they learn more about their true selves than "falling in love." It was well written and captivating.
The narration wasn't bad it was really the content of this work. I was so excited to see that SEP had come out with a new novel and utterly disappointed with such a weak female lead. The character was completely obnoxious, immature and total brat. In the end she was even disgustingly manipulative. There was nothing redeeming about her.
I couldn't listen to the entire story because the narration was so awful. Her depiction of the women's voices would have been better if done by Snookie.
I would say this book is about love and how it is integral with how you view yourself, your relationship with men, and in this case your best friend. The characters are well developed and you learn to love them especially because we can relate to their flaws (as well as strengths).
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