It is not nearly as memorable as the others. Not a total waste of time, but it did not drive me for more like the other books.
Most interesting was their developing relationship and the main character's awareness of her boyfriend lying to her. Least interesting was the ending...it felt like the conclusion came to quick and didn't have enough impact to want more.
No favorite although I thought the male vampire character seemed a little feminine.
If it would not have ended so abruptlly.
Yes, without Jim Frangione, the book is not as alive.
It is a toss up of the excitement leading up to the birth and when Beth woke up to find Wrath and the baby together. Great moments. I had tears in my eyes. It was so bittersweet. Thanks for this wonderful sequel. I am wondering if J.R. Ward won't bring us off shoot books on the outlying relationships that occurred during the read. I want to know more about Scor and Layla as well as others. Everything was wrapped up neatly with Wrath and Beth. Will we be hearing more about the other relationships?
Life and vitality.
Yes, I didn't sleep, but listened all night and the next day. (Even though I am suffering sleep deprivation and I had a great deal of homework to do!
More, More, More please. Such a great story line.
Funny, surprising, romantic
Inez. She was clever and forthright. For once there is a heroine that is open with her feelings. Her accent by the narrator was equally refreshing
Laughed out loud several times!
Lyndsay Sands is a great writer with many facets.
It has been one of my favorites. I loved the narrator and her male voices. They were so real. The story line was suspenseful, romantic, shocking, and thoroughly entertaining.
The ending and finding who the murderer was.
Her voices as stated earlier were superb. Her pacing, timing, and voice inflections were effective and kept me entertained.
An emotional rollercoaster. Every human emotion and fraility is portrayed...love, hate, lust, deceit, jealousy, greed, betrayal, sympathy, empathy all wrapped up in one.
A very good audiobook that you won't be dissappointed with!
I will certainly miss reading more about Dimitri and Rose. I hope the author continues the series. I love the characters. Book five and Six have been my favorites. I loved the sound system behind the spirit dreams. It was way cool!
RESOLUTION. I can't stand it when my hero and heroine are kept apart. I was happy when Christian and Lissa came together as well. I love Lissa's new found strength. Sometimes she appeared whiny to me. She showed strength in these last books.
I still feel bad for poor Adrian...I would like to see him find happiness.
I loved the music between chapters and the spirit visions sounding like they were in a tunnel. At first I didn't like the change and then everything clicked with me. I loved hearing the strong accents as well.
Strong intense main characters that leave you breathless and wanting more. True love that prevails.
More please Rachel Mead!!
I loved the book because they brought back Stephan!!
I love her voices she uses for the characters.
I was so happy when they came together and they looked into each others' eyes. I was so glad for their reconnection. I was so...ooo frustrated before. What a relief!
I hope the author doesn't split them up AGAIN!!! Reading their fights wears me out to the point I've almost given up on reading about them anymore!
I love this series because it is funny and smart and the audio performance is perfect. I look forward to more books by this writer. I hope she is not done with this series. I want to hear more from these characters!
Amanda nails the characters on the head bringing them to life as I listen. She matches the author's humor and the story flows well.
You will be so at home with these characters you will swear there really are werewolves living amonst us!
This is a must listen and is pure entertainment You won't want to quit listening. I was dissappointed when it was finished. I wanted more!
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