Different, funny & twisted.
This was my first vampire novel and I love the way the writer put old London together with science and industry. She also altered general vampire and werewolf beliefs to fit her own story. Everything was so well done.
Each narrator is very unique and Emily is a perfect narrator for this story. I had to get used to her speed, she is a little faster then I'm used to. But once I got into her rhythem it was very enjoyable. I'm going to download the next books in the Terrabotti sequence.
This novel is a bit more raunchy then romantic. There are multiple scenes throughout the book that are graphically sexual. There is also a bit of mystery in this book with makes a good story. The narrator is very good for this book and others written by Elizabeth Hoyt. Although her voice changes are primarily the same. When I listenened to book 2 of this series I was thinking of the hero from the first book. Perhaps I need to put some time in between each book.
It was a good listen, and I'm glad I chose to add it to my library.
The narrator did a wonderful job of changing her voice for each character. It really made the book much more enjoyable. Her voice and speed are wonderful. Her pauses between paragraphs were sometimes a little long but forgivable.
The twist near the end was nice, but was bummed when it was so easily overcome. Perhaps that was the writers point but I suppose I thought it would be more.
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