That Strider meets his match and falls in love with Kaia. I also like that Kaia doesn't give up on Strider.
That Kaia win her respect back
Kaia because she never gives up even when others turn their back on her.
Challenges make you who you are
I love the story of how family is all types of things, but the most important is that it comes in all sizes and shapes and the most important is the the love. I read this story about a year ago and I never forgot how it made me feel so good and at the same time sad at how change in life can make one feel funny and yet it is unexpected and surprising.
When MIchael goes to the river to die, I found it so touching and yet so heartfelt that he was willing to die the way he wanted. I also like it when he visited Malikai and Julie in their dreams until they get together, and than he asked them to name their baby after him.
She has the gentle and sensuous voice that made the character what they needed to be. It also gave the dimension that the story required to see the relatives and the relationships the way the should be.
Life is a recipe that brings joy.
Barbara Samuel's books are heartfelt and full of all the feelings one can have while reading a story. You will like her stories so much that you won't want to stop listening until the very end.
I love the story, but the narrator was all wrong for the story.
Each of the Drake Sister's novels are intertwined, but the narrator for the other story was someone completely different, but fit perfectly for the story.
Didn't like the voice at all.
Inspirational story telling
The story that stood out the most was about the straight A student that went to Brown University and couldn't pass a class, and instead of finding another solution, change her major to something else completely different and gave up her dream in science.
I love his voice. It is clear and easy to listen to.
No, there is a lot to absorb, so listen to it in steps is advisable.
I first heard Malcolm Gladwell's performance through the audiobook "Blink," that talks about how we view each other and situations, and how we can be completely wrong.
I like that Yvette is compassionate about others, even though she doesn't want anyone to know it. I like that Yvette has a connection to animals.
The most memorable moments is when Haven realizes that all his hate was directed towards the wrong people and once he is aware of the wrong he tries to correct his mistake.When he realizes one of the three siblings has to die in order to stop the grab for power, he gives up his life to save them. Also when the bad witch tries to kill Yvette, Haven uses his body to protected her.
It enhanced the storyline, but I like the book better. Though he tried his female voice is a little off.
Sometimes you have to forgive before you find love.
Yes, I first read the story and then I listened to an audio version and I would have to say that the audio version brought color and texture to a story that required more than the written word.
The trauma on the lifeboat was the most memorable because you had to experience the terrible death of others and you couldn't do anything about it.
He was Pi which allow an understanding of what and how the character felt through the whole story.
No, some of the scenes are so disturbing that I had to take a break before continuing.
I love how strong and loving the characters are. Barbara Samuel has a way of pulling you into a story and then it never leaves you. I love how adult the topics are and how doing the right thing is always an underlining theme.
Jezebel's Blues, Walk in Beauty, Midnight Rain and anything else by Barbara Samuel.
When Zeke finally realize he can't live without Mattie. I also like when Zeke and Mattie work out their demons together.
At the end when Mattie comes back and Zeke can't get enough of her.
I love Barbara Samuel's contemporary stories the most, but her historical novels are good too.
Just a wonderful story about the characters I fell in love with in Pride and Prejudice. It was wonderful to find that all the Bennett women find love and adventure in their lives.
Mary falling in love with Mr. Farnsworth, especially when it look like she would never find someone.
I love the scene when Mr. Farnsworth tries to fluster Mary, but instead she puts him in his place without even raising her voice.
Love for everyone.
This was a great conclusion to the many questions I had after reading Pride and Prejudice. I can't think of anything else I would want to know.
The Angels. I always like to hear that the angels are always watching over us.
Colton, to have so much to deal with at such a young age is impressive. I also like how honest the young man is.
Very easy to listen to, especially for such a interesting topic.
I would use the actual title of the book.
I love the journey that people take to heaven and come back to talk about it.
Yes, the Dark Series by Christine Feehan, is suspenseful, romantic and rewarding. You will love the characters and their relationship with their lifemates. The Characters are smart and loving and tough when they need to be. I like that this part of the series is now delving into the werewolf part of the story. I can't wait to find out what happen to Dimitris.
That Fenn and Tatiana find each other in the local bar, and without knowing why they are drawn to the bar and one another. I like that the lifemates recognize each other right away, and stick by each other. I love the Dragonseeker part of the Carpathians clan.
The depth of the series and the dimensions of all the characters.
Great series, it has grown a long way from the Dark Prince. You will fall in love with 90% of the characters and will love when each story reconnects some of the past characters with the new characters. I also like the Sisters of the Heart series.
When Mr. Catalise tells Sookie about the special gift he gave her and his relationship with her grandfather Fintain and about the claviale door and what it could do for Sookie. My least favorite is when Eric tells Sookie about the Queen of Oklahoma and the blood bond is ended with Amelia's aid.
I have already tried another series that Charlaine Harris wrote, but I like Sookie better.
Depth of feeling and emotions. She also enhances the feel of every event that happens in Sookie's life.
Yes, its called True Blood.
I found this book more serious then any other one in the series and knew something final was happening. To many character's lives were being laid to rest or finalized.
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