This is one of my favorite series I read. I love how quirky and funny this story can be. Even as they are bleeding and driving each other crazy the characters are fun and well rounded.
I would say that Jeanine Frost series with Cat and Bones, comes close to this storyline. Where there is a lot of laugh even among terror.
I love any of the scenes with Nix. She just cracks me up.
Buckle your seatbelt for an fun ride. With love, fun and adventure. Vampires, witches ghost and Demons, but not the type you would expect.
Love this series. Just thinking of this series makes me laugh.
I would recommend the book, but not the audiobook. The narrator does justice to the male characters, but distorts the female voices so much that it doesn't sound like a female. The narrator also makes it hard to understand what the characters are saying.
It is at the very beginning of the story when Luke discovers he's a father.
His female voice were awful and it was sometime hard to understand what he was saying.
No I didn't have a strong reaction to the audiobook. It is a nice story, but I liked the printed version better.
Yes, I love this whole series. I love how all the characters are inclusive and no one is left out.
The Garage scene is the most memorable, because even though Eddie denies his feeling for Thomas, his actions say otherwise.
When Yvette gets a baby to raise, and they have the baby shower for her.
True love is revealed.
Great series. I like all of Tina Folsom's books
Yes, I like how the story flowed between the characters. They match even though Lucia try to fight it. I like how Garreth cared about Lucia and always watched her back.
Garreth, I found him heroic, kind, passionate and caring character. He was always there for his love interest and try to see her point of view.
At the end, when Lucia goes to Garreth and brings him back from his hallucinations, and she succeeds.
This is the only couple that actually like each other from the beginning.
I wouldn't know, I only have this series in audio form.
Any of the stories in this series, the sound, pattern and humor is unique and can't be duplicated by another author. I would have loved to have a little more at the end.
All the characters that Tavia Gilbert performed were my favorite. They were all so much fun and intriguing to experience. You could never tell that one person did all of the voices.
No strong reaction, just a sad sigh that another wonderful series came to an end.
This series was worth the listen and the character are vibrant and intelligent.
I don't know, I only listened to the audio version. The first half was really exciting and dangerous, especially when all the bad ass Carpathians went to Skylar's aid. The plot almost reminded me of how the United States Congress is treating certain people in our country.
I liked it when all the Carpathians went to rescue Joseph, Paul and Skylar and that they stood by Dimitri when the Lycans wanted to kill him.
It's always nice to hear a man do the male part and a woman does the women part.
No, there was to much going on to want to listen to in one sitting.
I like this story, but I wanted more talking and getting to know one another after waiting so long for them to get together.
Titus learn to love Sophia and learns how to be in service to another losing his arrogance in the process. I find the characters comforting and refreshing.
Titus leaves Sophia thinking he is under a love spell and doesn't want to hurt her when he forgets her when the spell wears off, but once he realizes that he truly loves her, he can't stay away.
No, but he did a great job with the voices and was easy to listen too.
Yes, I loved the story in book form and couldn't wait to hear the audiobook version. It didn't disappoint. It made my walking routine go by in a flash.
The Greek series is quirky, fun and sexy. You will like every moment with the gods. Folsom has a way to bring her characters to life and makes you want to know them.
Yes, in fact I have listened to this audiobook three times in a row. It is a hopeful and loving story. You will love it.
No Place like Home, by Barbara Samuel. It is also another story about someone's struggle to deal with their past and present and making a new life for themselves. You will love the characters and relationships and the growing love between the characters.
At the very end of the story when Antonio finds out how his mother save his life and went to jail to protect him from his abusive husband.
I would like to take Tanya, Antonio and Ramon, they are a family and I would like to know all of them.
All of Barbara Samuel's books that I have read are an excellent read, I highly recommend them.
That Mike and Brie find each other. They both help each other through hard lessons and become each others backbone until they can get back on their feet again.
The only other story that made me as uncomfortable as this story was "Lover Awakened," by J.R. Ward. The experience of Zadist with the mistress is one of the hardest scene I have ever read. Really, really disturbing.
Yes, Plummer's performance makes Virgin River series, feel real and a place you would want to visit.
When Brie's ex-husband wants her back after leaving her for another woman, and she tells him to leave.
Yes, I thoroughly enjoy this story. I like Tempest courage and Darius strength and perseverance in learning to love and excepting someone else's strength. Love the leopards.
When Tempest tries to run away and Darius comes after her by stopping the bus. Tempest realizes how much she loves him.
Cook brings feelings into the story. I read the story before listening to the audiobook and I enjoyed it very much, but the voice added to all the feelings that the characters were experiences.
Some times you don't have to go it alone.
I like that Darius and Desari get connected to Gregori. Very cool.
Equal partners ignite.
Desari because she doesn't back down or run from Julian, but embraces him and helps rid Julian of his demon.
When Julian and Darius meet and have to learn to get along, and also when Darius and Desari find out that have other relatives.
This book left me in a happy place because the coming together between Julian and Desari was mutual and not violent like the previous books.
I like all the extras that the Carpathians can achieve and do. I find that this series is very engaging and rewarding with each additional book.
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