Definitely, I have read ever book in this series, and the story seems to lead back to the original storyline. If you are a big fan of the Dark Series, this will remind you of Falcon and Sara's story, Traian and Joie or Dayan and Coriane. Where the lifemate recognize each other right away and they come together to defeat the vampire, and at the same time are very comfortable with each other and truely love each other. No violence to win them. One of my favorite in the series.
The dragon was my favorite. Even as he was dying and giving a piece of himself to Dex he never gave up is spirit.
Very good performance. I like that Feehan's uses both a female and male voice.
It didn't make me laugh or cry, but it did make me feel that the storyline was going back to the original storyline.
I was glad to see that Jasmine and Jubal were getting close. I also like all the interaction with the other characters.
Toward the top of the list, it's about how decisions can change your life for the better and that you never know what will be around the next corner.
Jonah shows up in Ramona's life again and for good. It's funny how we have all these big dreams but sometimes you get something completely different.
The nuances of the character, I had a more emotional connection to the characters than if I just read the book.
Where the road will take you.
I love the actual recipes in the story.
That the journey the women take help them heal and grow.
That some one loves to farm and take care of the land.
Jennie because she is doing a lot of things for the first time and doesn't give in to guilty and corrosion from people who try to make her afraid of the unknown.
When the farm becomes Rudy's and not one of the nephews who want to sell the land.
Good story but a little predicable. I like "How to Bake a Perfect Life. " and "No Place like home," better.They plots are more real and complicated.
There are to many to name just one. There is Beth and Wrath, Assail and Sola, Wrath's father and Wrath's mother, Layla and Score and Selena and the Shadow. All good and memorable.
When Beth has a baby and when she has her needing and doesn't even know she is pregnant already.
I am always happy when the love interest get together and that the brothers are still all together and in one piece.
Another excellent story with a lot of surprises that will make you sigh and cheer and sometimes wish circumstances were different.
Yes, this story is more in line with Cole's earlier stories in this series. The characters are full of wit and coolness and learn to overcome their differences.
When Chloe over comes her kidnapping and finding out she is part of the lore and makes the most of it.
Chloe is my favorite because she is smart, witty and overcomes her challenges.
Chloe tries to help Uilleam with his past, even though he is being very difficult.
Looking forward to Dark Skye
Yes, Yes, Yes. It was a wonderful story about a woman who had to deal with love in a very difficult situation.
Louisa Clark because of how she had to learn and experience her six month with Will Treynor and in the end finding herself.
Show me why life is worth it.
I thought from the title that it would be a superficial story, but in turn out to be a fully developed and enriching story about a person who doesn't want to live and another who tries to show the person why it is.
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.
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