This is one of the best books I've listened to. Wonderful story line. The reader made the heroine sound as strong as she is supposed to be. Quite a different setting from the "Dark" series by Ms. Feehan. Though there are some similarities.
Like the "Dark" series in that it encompasses a dying race and its predators.
as with "One Silent Night", mr dufris was just hideous as a reader. so, again, perhaps a different reader would have made the book a better experience.
absolutely NOT! with the print version, at least i can imagine the voices. this was too.......i really can't find an appropriate description for this reader. NOT to my taste, or liking at all.
not scott brick performing , but william dufris. might like to hear the scott version. am sorely tempted to return this book.
It's wonderful to have male/female readers for the characters. I LOVE that they try to give accents to the characters. BUT, the readers should be familiar with the characters enough to give them appropriate accents. They have given Destiny a southern accent, when she is from Seattle, Raven a "Carpathian" accent - she is from the U.S., Jaxon has no accent - she is from Florida......
Absolutely. It was a delightful change of pace to have one of the heroines eager to take her place with her Carpathian life mate.
I loved that someone finally read with an accent. Also, I loved the whole story of Falcon and Sara, that she embraced him without hesitation.
LOVED his accents for the characters.
I have always enjoyed a good vampire story. And to read this book in print, it is NO exception......but........the reader makes Raven a simpering, whiny female. It is hard to believe that she helped hunt vicious serial killers, using psychic ability.
The title, and description of the story gave the impression that there was huge potential for a wonderful, fun story. Not what I found at all. The story was very "stuffy". And the reader only added to that impression.
I absolutely LOVE Christine Feehan's stories, good story lines, and STRONG heroines! BUT, this reader gave her heroine such a weak, whiny quality, I found myself glad that this was one of the shorter of her stories. Would likely not purchase another book with Ms Kruise being the reader. :-(
Ms Kruise made the heroine appear weak and whiny. NOT Ms Feehan's heroines at all.
Enjoyed the story, though.
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