Yes, I would try another book by Beth Kery. According to other reviewers, she's a good author.
I'm not sure. I have to do some browsing and read other reviews before I decide.
She was pretty good at changing the different character's voices and remaining consistent with them throughout the story.
About 80% of the sex scenes. It was too much for this book to be listed under "romance".
If I wanted to listen to erotica, I would have chosen that genre. And even if there was a tiny bit of romance, storyline, or plot to this story I might not have disliked it so much. But when all was said and done...What was the point?This story left me so unfulfilled. I like finishing a story and the characters stay in my heart/mind for awhile. These characters disappeared like they were never in my life for 10 LONG hours. And I couldn't be happier.
I'm fairly new to audio books. I'm not sure if I would say that it is better than the print version. I haven't read the print version and I do LOVE to read, so I'm biased. On the other hand, I've enjoyed this audio edition so much that I can't wait to download another.
When Patrick introduced himself as "Trick" to Camille and she said, "As in trick or treat?" Hilarious.
Their performances were stellar.
I loved Amy McFadden's Spanish accent. How she went from a Spanish accent to a Southern accent to her own voice in one continuous flow was amazing.
And Nick Podehl made Trick sound so sexy. I could listen to him perform as Trick all night.
I look forward to downloading more audio books. It would be a bonus if I can find some with the same performers.
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