New - The idea isn't one I've seen or heard before.
Unpredictable - The story rarely went the way I expected. It was great.
Cliff hanger - Definitely left me ready for the second book.
The deflowering of Declan was quite memorable.
You could clearly hear the moods of the characters, but couldn't tell which character was speaking. She used several voices interchangeably for all the characters.
I would recommend this book to a friend, but I would not recommend the audio version.
I was distracted from the story by Ms. Gilbert's performance. While she did a very good job with the different voices, her timing was atrocious. I think she decided that the end of a line was a reason to pause, on EVERY LINE. And and using a soft g sound in the words longer and younger was much more annoying than I believed it would be.
This book would have been better off never having been written.
I will NEVER listen to or read anything by Shirley Jackson again.
There weren't any scenes worthy of being favorite.
Arthur was a complete waste of wordage.Although, since the whole book was a waste of words, he was just superfluous.
They should have called this book Ramblings of an insane mind. And by that, I don't mean a character, I mean the author. The main character is more than a little unstable, and her ramblings were fairly focused, but not on anything relating to the plot. The dialog between the characters had the potential to be cute, but didn't live up to that potential. It came off as unrealistic to the point of just being ridiculous.
The narrator. She couldn't keep the voices straight. Most the time I couldn't tell who was talking. She made the main female character sound male more often than not, and the main male character had the voice of a goofy beach bum.
Nora Roberts books are always fun, exciting, entertaining and thrilling. This book did not disappoint.
Barely worth listening to. I would have preferred to read it.
I just love MH's witty and sarcastic sense of humor. This book was just as much fun as her other books.
I was somewhat disappointed in Amanda's performance this time, only because the accent was inconsistent and well, bad. Amanda has an excellent track record with MH's books so I was really surprised to be so distracted by the accent in this one.
MH's style always makes me laugh.
i was somewhat disappointed with the story. I have come to expect wee above average from Kat Martin. This was predictable, and the characters were a bit flat.
Jack Garrett has a nice voice, but I never want to hear him perform a romance novel again. Bleh!
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