In the two books before this one we learned that Jack had some emotional issues. His birth mother gave him up and walked away from him and his father. His step mother Sarah Chance, even though he adored her, he kept at a distance and wouldn't call her mom. All his life, Jack had gotten away with shutting down his emotions. What Josie knew was that he built them so high, he couldn't commit to past or presents relationships, it was that same wall that was keeping Josie out. Until he could tear it down she couldn't be in his life.
But Josie drove Jack wild wild. turns out she was going to be in his brother's wedding along with him, the woman he hurt. He ached for her, he missed her and his family offered him an opportunity to mend fences and see her again so he came up with the plan to teach her to ride a horse because his brother and future bride wanted to get married on horseback at the Chance Ranch. Let's just say eventually they took up where they left off. I loved Josie, how passionately she still loved Jack but was willing to walk away until he came to his senses. Claimed was a very emotional story for me and reading the final chapters I had tears rolling down my face; I didn't want the book to end. Talk about an amazing second chance love story.
I just wish the narrator had tried using different voices instead of the same voice for every character.
yes if they enjoy a great action packed edge of your seat romantic story
Sidney and Adrian, the chemestry these two exhibit in this book is astounding and I couldn't have been happier.
Everything. You can always tell the difference of who is speaking, male or female. the different, tones, inflections and accents she gives each character is perfect. I love the voice she gave Adrian. I will happily listen to books read by Emily Shaffer as her performance is always spot on and a narrator can make or break an audiobook, Emily shaffer makes it.
Adventures, mysterious and action packed
I love the Bloodlines Series and can't wait for the next book to come out!
The book started off good in book 1 and downhill after that. I couldn't stand Ever by the last book. How many times can she shrug, roll her eyes or nibble her lip? I'm glad the series is finished. Katie Schorr did a great job as the narrator.
I love this series and Max Bellmore as a narrator. These was my favorite book to date. Can't wait for Paris's story. I dont want this series to end.
Character development, magic, action, comedy, drama, romance--these elements have been what keeps the storyline going and makes it so special for fans of this series. Harrison hits all of that in her writing. She addresses several particular issues when it comes to Rachel's relationships, as well as the relationships between the people around her. While I've been a card-carrying Trent and Rachel supporter since Book 1, there's attention given to her relationships with him, Pierce, Ivy, and Al too. Like any fan, of course I have certain hopes.
I really enjoyed this book and can't wait for the next one out. As usual Marguerite Gavin is a wonderful Narrator.
I was very excited to find that in River Marked we get to see a more romantic side of Mercy as she and Adam take their relationship to a whole new level. While River Marked is a bit different from the previous books in that there is more romance which I loved. There is still gritty violence and some intense action and Mercy is still the star of the show. This series continues to be a favorite and Lorelei King an amazing narrator.
This book felt tired to me. Loved the original trilogy--Clary comes across powerful, even in her most insecure moments. In this latest installment she is pathetic. Her and Jace's actions are reduced to mad making out and Clary chasing, while Jace evades her...and really, that's it until the big somewhat climactic ending. I was sort of disappointed in this book.
I LOVE Gena Showalter and "The Lords of the Underworld" series. I enjoyed this book but it wasn't my favorite one either. As usuall Max Bellmore is fantastic as the narrator.
Blood Wyne has to be the best Menolly book so far in this series. I enjoyed getting a deeper look into her personality beyond her being brutalized & turned. There is quite a bit of character growth in this book for her- and the rest of the extended "family", I am still enjoying the books with the middle sister being my favorite.
Harvest Hunting continues Delilahs Story. I enjoyed Delilah's POV ..The plots are weaved together creating a series of events that keeps the pace flowing really well. Delilah as we know is a werecat shifter that is usually very emotional and gets overwhelmed very quickly, Well she totally comes out of her shell in Harvest Hunting. Not only is there tons of action there is tons of change. Delilah finally starts training to be a death maiden and she also gets a great look into her destiny with the Death Maidens and the Autumn lord and comes to terms with it. In the previous book, after a huge battle with their enemies, the girls had to give Chase, Delilah's human love interest, the Nectar of Life to save his life. Unfortunately, it also made him not-so-human, adding hundreds of years to his lifespan and sparking his latent psychic powers. He's not dealing so well with the sudden changes and breaks it off with Delilah. I was sad Chase and Delilah broke up, but by the end of the book it was put to rights. Shade, a shadow dragon, comes to be Delilah's new love interest, sent by the Autumn Lord. I loved Shade and can't wait to find out more about him. I have enjoyed reading all the stories of the D'Artigo sisters and am looking forward to what comes next.
Reading a Robert Crais hard-boiled novel is always a cinematic experience, and The Sentry follows that tradition seamlessly with a compelling list of zany characters all depicted with wonderful vividness. The dialogue is bullet-fast, witty, and never flags, culminating in a story both riveting and original. It really doesn't get much better in meaty thrillers than this. The audio production adds a special dimension akin to sitting and listening to a great old storyteller, who knows how to make the characters come alive. Luke Daniels does a specular job as the narrator. Well produced and performed masterfully. Joe Pike and Elvis Cole keep me coming back for more.
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