Make the advertized book the one that was downloaded, not the same story with a different title which I had already downloaded.
Only the sense that I'm being deceived in the purchase of audiobooks.
I don't think this problem is the narrator's fault.
This is not a problem with the book or the author. It is a problem with marketing or data base cross-over.
This is not a new book. All the books narrated by the Author have been published under a different title prior to this "New John Rain series". I already had the books in my library and thought I was downloading a new book...NOT NEW!
Previously published under a different title.
Not unless I could be assured it's a new book...not just a reprint under a different title
Definitely disappointed. The publishers of these newly titled John Rain books have joined the ranks of Beau LaAmour and trying to sell old titles as new stories.
I strongly dislike being deceived by the presentation that I'm buying a new storyline simply by changing the title of a formerly published title.
I don't think so. The hero of this book can't seem to get through an hour without sniffing after his woman... either that or pining after her for most of the chapter. Good grief! What happened to a good story without the graphic description of sex? Besides that, Ms Feehan indicates that men have no control over their sexual drive. What's up with that?
Not if it depends on such detailed description of sexual acts. Totally unnecessary for the story-line.
Something of a good story, but I fast forwarded through more than half of the narration because I got tired of the description of the hero's attraction to a woman.
If I had known this book was couched around gay "ranchers", I'd never have bought it. I'll NEVER buy another Zahra Owens book and I want this book returned
I didn't listen to enough of the book to form an opinion of the performance.
I wish there was a method of identifying Gay books prior to purchase.
I've read (listened to) three other "Confederation Novels" written by Tanya Huff, so I was prepared for some profane language in the marine dialogue. In this book Ms Huff has lowered the dialogue to something distracting & even stupid. The story is camoflaged in the use of the "F" word sometimes as many as five times in a single sentence...not necessary and certainly does not contribute to the story. I recommend against anyone buying this book.
Certainly turned off from other books by this author!
Disappointment and then disgust.
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