I like that the main character pretty much stayed good. I like a character with principles and morals. The book was entertaining without with having to push limits.
I didn't like all of the discussions on Kaidan's sex life. This book is geared towards teens and although I know Kaidan is supposed to be the epitome of a bad boy, I thought there was too much of him being a seducer. There's no way I'd be attracted to a guy that I knew was out having sex with other girls everyday and who's main focus is to get a girl naked.
This is the first I've read or listened to.
Being from the south and having an actual southern accent, I found her accent to be over the top. I added this narrarator to my "do not listen" list. I got used to it and finished it and I'm even interested in the next book when it comes out, but I'll probably read it instead of listening.
Nah, the story is okay, but not compelling enough for filming.
Yes. I read the Mayfair Moon books which is why I decided to give this one a try. This was soooo different. I guess Mayfair Moon is more of a YA series, where this is definitely adult.
I found a lot in the story disturbing. I know things like prostitution rings and drug lords and all of that exists and I hate to think of the awful things that happen to people who are simply in the wrong place at the wrong time, but I don't like to read about it. It was all just too specific and gruesome for me.
Oh my gosh. The man reading for Victor? Terrible! I can't believe how much I hated the way he read his part. For one thing, Victor is supposed to be youngish. I'm thinking late 20s, early 30s, something like that. The guy reading his part sounds way too old and I just didn't like him as a narrator anyway. The woman narrating was fine. She's the same one that did the other books by JA Redmerski and while I didn't think she was amazing, she wasn't bad.
The very graphic sex scenes. I can handle the violence as lot better than the sex. Ugh!
I was just overall disappointed in this one. I'll be skipping the sequel.
Not really. I didn't like the narration, I know she was supposed to come across as dry, but I found her almost monotone. Her southern accent for other characters was actually pretty good, but the reading of the majority of the book and the main characters voice was just boring for me.
Possibly, I think I would have liked this book better if I'd read it instead of listened to it, but it still wasn't a good enough book to make me want to invest in the rest of the series. Maybe if I can find it at the library or something, but I'm not spending money on it.
She was just too monotone for me.
I'm pretty sure it does have a follow-up, but I won't be checking it out.
Probably not, I found this story very flat, it just didn't pull me in.
His voice was really annoying to me. A little too slow, but not quite slow enough be able to listen at a higher speed.
Don't waste your time.
I thought the overall performance was bad. The different voices she used were annoying, but especially her man voice.
I didn't really hear a good one.
Don't waste your time, money, credits...whatever...
No, it's like listening to porn and totally grossed me out.
I listened to the first audiobook in this series and downloaded this one before I was even finished with it. She writes very depraved, graphic sex scenes, over and over and over in her books. I got through the first one, mainly because I really enjoyed Taryn, but after getting part way through this one, I just can't take any more of these sex scenes. As much as I want to know the rest of the story, I'm returning. It's just disgusting. I'm not a prude, I've read/listened to many other books with sexual scenes (not that I'm proud of that), and I wish most of them were skimmed over or skipped too, but this author takes sexual scenes to a whole new level with all of the domination and lot of regular, oral, and anal (blech!) sex. I just can't in good conscience recommend this book.
Really, really good
No. It'd basically be porn.
Let me just say, I finished this, despite the incredibly gross and graphic sex in this book. I was pulled in enough by the story being told that I kind of just endured the sex, but seriously? As much as I enjoyed Taryn and her awesome smart alecky, sarcastic comments and her feistiness, and the hotness that is Trey, 'm going to return this book. There's no way I can hear all of that sex again, and it's sex in any possible form. It really was pornographic. If this kind of thing doesn't bother you, you'll love the story, I did, but if you, like me, think that sex should stay between the couple and behind closed doors, AVOID this book, you won't like it. I'm sad to have to give it such a mixed review. :(
Humor. I seriously loved all of the crazy comments, particularly from Taryn and Dominique. Soooo funny!
Yes, this was actually the 2nd one I listened to.
I was happy with the way it ended.
This author doesn't hold back in the sex scenes. If you like a more clean read, I wouldn't listen to this one, the sex scenes are definitely explicit. Just a warning for those who prefer a more wholesome romance...
Yes! I really enjoyed it! It had a bit of everything - fantasy, action, romance. The story intrigued me, I coudn't leave it alone.
There were so many, I can't narrow it down. I always enjoyed it when Clare stood up to all of the big strong men.
I hate to really say since I don't want to spoil anything, but one of my favorite parts was after the wedding when they're getting to know each other and our hero is so sweet and considerate.
I highly recommend this whole series. I loved it so much I finished it and wasn't quite ready to let it go, so I listened again from the beginning. It has love, adventure, a little twist, and it kept my attention the whole time.
The whole story!
Phet. I laughed every time I heard her do his voice.
Don't miss out on this great series!
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