I love all the Demonica Books. Each time I finish one I decide that it's is my favorite! This series reminds me a little of the Black Dagger Brotherhood books. The characters are all good looking, sexy and interact with each other in a believable way. I did not dislike this narrator. I almost didn't buy this due to the reviews about the narrator - I have heard many others much worse than Paul. I don't think you would regret using one of your credits.
I loved this story. The characters are well rounded and likable. Best of all, none of them are stupid. (you know...'I love him, but can't tell him,even though he told me he loves me')
There is none of that nonsense. There is however, a believable, interesting storyline. This is a long book - but I was never board with it. I did not have a problem with the narrator. I thought he did a great job with the female and male voices and accents. I did set the voice speed on my ipod to "fast" (it is usually set on "normal") because it seemed that the voice was too slow. After I adjusted the setting the narrator sounded great. There are some sexy bedroom scens because that's what it's like in real life - not too graphic. (This book has enough going on with the storyline not to need graphic) I look forward to reading more from Kathryn Le Veque. YES, this is worth a credit.
Books 4, 5, and 6 are my very favorite Karen Marie Moning books. The men are all sexy, strong, brave, funny and love women. Is there anything better than a highlander falling in love? Yes! ... a highlander with MAGIC falling in love. These books have everything - time travel, smart women,, handsome men (in kilts), great sex scenes and fairly good plots. These books are connected to each other, so you get to see (and hear) your favorite characters in more than one book. Phil Gigante does an excellent job narrating. (I think he is #1 for highlander accents) Buy this book (and the next two) - you won't be sorry. I wish Ms Moning would write Romance again, as I prefer these stories to her newer "Fever" series.
This story was very confusing. I could not keep the characters straight, the locations straigtht nor the fighting factions straight. I agree that this could not be the first book in the series. I suspect someone who is familiar with this author would have better luck than I did. I made it a fourth of the way through the book and never got to any romance.
I have liked all the books in this series - but as we all know, the more books in a series, the harder it is to make each characters story different. This book has some twists that make it much more interesting than I was expecting. As always Xe Sands does a great
job as narrator. Well worth your credit.
This is a case of the narrator ruining the story. I could not tell who was talking, because all the voices sounded alike. The males sounded like females, the females sounded like males, the British sounded American ...and they all sounded alike. I did not make it through the first half of the story, so I don't know if the story itself was worth a credit - but I'm thinking not. Save your money.
I have been a Christina Dodd fan for years and this book is one of my favorites. I like how she incorporates the supernatural with the everyday in a believable (Hey - that could be me) way.
I happen to love Richard Ferrone's voice and think it's sexy.
I was disappointed in this book. I love all the Black Daggar Brotherhood books...and wanted to love this new series too...but it falls far too short. I had to force myself to finish this one. The ending is unfufilling, leaving out details of the main battle for us to wonder about. The main character is a loaner whos only relationship is with a dog. Perhaps it's just that I have been spoiled by the sexy, funny, brave and wise-cracking brothers.
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