Pride, Honesty and Love
He that is free of sin... throw the first stone...
Yes, very much, rhythm, sound, clarity and emphasis.
Others opinion and interior freedom.
What about Smite?
Matthew Brenher is getting very good at pronouncing and keeping the voices straight, Helena is French so he is missing that accent, but we get her character, it is such a delight to listen, I do prefer audio to print.
There are not many books that show three generations and their commitment to love.
His rich voice for the Cynster males, and determined females.
And the rhythm, there is a beautiful scene he takes us there the winter wonderland, Stephanie describes it with visual detail, but MB is there.
I cried every time children and family scenes were described.
Can't wait for the next two, of the twins.
Yes! was so touched by Unraveled, the way the author dealt with the moral dilemma and compassion, she is a genius. I was all ready impressed with Unveiled in regards to personal pride and the subtlety of Jessica coming into her own, but Smite and Amanda's inner strength plus the difference between Justice and vengeance, wow!! thank you, thank you.
The last two chapters! But the whole book was necessary for such a delight
The narrator was excellent on all of them.
Cried in the final scene. The wedding present.
Sweet and beautiful with great passion.
It was one of the books I have been counting the days for it's release and gone beyond my expectations. I have listened to it twice and gone back to certain scenes to savor.
The Devil's Bride, by the same Author, the exciting plot, the reinforcement of the family values and the strength of the characters.
Matthew Brenher worked out the pace wonderfully, each one of the feelings portrayed in the tremors of his voice, He performed a perfect Dominic and the rest of the Cynster's and I recommend he get Devil's Voice better it's more serious and deeper in other books and I think it wold mach the quality of his leadership. The female voices were perfect.
I was profoundly moved by the Love scenes, they had a Spiritual finess related to the truth of each other in such intimacy.
People that love complicated, full of detail and long stories
I all ready got another one and am waiting to get in the mood to try it.
Same tone, same mood, I just didn't finish it.
Too complicated from the beginning.
The narrator made it terrible to listen, a better narrator would probably make it more interesting to grasp.
Good conflict, great strength
Found that sister...
It could be better.
I did listen to it in one sitting that's why i love Audiobooks don't get neck ache. listen while walking, gardening, waiting, traveling... extra time is an opportunity.
Can't wait to listen to Shadow's story!!
Sweet and firm love.
Both Heroine and Hero, the support described by the Author that the Heroe gives the Heroine is a work of art.
As the Heroine belives in herself.
I did listen to it in one sitting, and cant wait for Unraveled and Unlocked.
ACX we are waiting for some more of Courtney Milan's books.
Among the good ones.
The main chatacters, The Cheif, Christina and the Ranger.
Good voices for each one.
the way the Chief transformed and his hidden sensitivity.
Please get the Ranger and the Viper on audio books!!
Use your credit and enjoy, the Jeremy the shcolar and the Eliza the quiet Cynster make a great love story, growing into their own and living the present.
Matthew Brenher kept the voices and pace perfectly in accordance to the different characters, including Royce, Devil and Tristan. It is the best performance yet.
I listened to this book in two days; it was a great escape and brought me back to value the present.
Can't wait to hear Angelica's adventure!
I've read all of the Stephanie Laurens??? world stories, and I can see how the whole group, Cynster???s, Black Cobra, Bastion Club and Adair's characters are growing, in this first book of the trilogy the strong willed and full of pride is the talent and the obstacle for love, the psychological process of coming to terms is very well described. I wish it didn't have to take a near death experience to see what really matters. I can???t wait for the next two books of the trilogy. I miss Simon Prebble simply because I became attached to those voices and he was very consistent through the different books, but Mathew Brenher did a great job, I don't think Richard (Scandal) should have such a Scottish accent since he is English, but the pacing and intensity was very well performed.
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