I enjoyed this book so much. It was such a pleasant romance. I enjoyed the movement of this book.
I loved each character and the narration.
It's well worth the credit.
I don't have one negative thing to say about this book. C.L. Parker's second book in this series will be out in February and I'll be looking forward to it's release.
Well written with a smooth flow of dialogue. It's certainly a world that I've not considered exists, but it is one of love. It's a romance with hot sexy dialogue.
The narration is ideal! Both Rockwell Davis and Rubyy Jones do an outstanding job!
Cara McKenna takes a dark sexual secret and turns it into a loving acceptance. In Unbound there are only two characters, Mary who loves unconditionally and Rob who learns to love himself unconditionally. The setting is a 19th century cottage that has not been upgraded; so there's no electricity or running water. There are nights next to the fire stove however where slowly Mary and Rob are able to reveal each of their past lives and the effect those events have had on their lives.
This is a love story. It's touching and all encompassing. I was determined to hear it to the end wanting to know the outcome.(I won't be telling you that bit of it however).
Sometimes I've sped up my iPod through the audio book trying to capture the highlights as I go, but not so with Unbound. I didn't want to miss one little word.
It's well written, narrated and performed. I recommend it's worth of the 1 credit.
This one was very different from the previous seven in this series. This was a story of being in love from the beginning and what Ali would do and Obsidian would do to be in one another's arms forever. Their faithfulness is tested and I was so pleased to hear the outcome. Well done.
Well. You just don't know if this will be continued or not. The ending implies it, since there was no ending. Not even a sweet 'goodbye'.
I can't say that I'd buy a continuation of this audio book, but curiosity may compel me to. You just need to know it's average actually, and there is no completion.
I count this book as my favorite in the series so far. I appreciated the balance in it's content. This particular one had excitement, suspense, and just the right amount of passionate scenes. Another aspect of this book I appreciated was that the main characters did less thinking for one another than the others in this series did. It's always best to keep to the common sense of human nature when creating dialogue. I'm annoyed when the characters are made to create unnecessary and child like conclusions based on their own insecurities.I would like to see less of this type of writing and more emphasis on 'adults' being able to communicate as adults ought.
I also liked the introductions to new and interesting characters. This series is laid out in such a way that It's like watching all of it play out.
Lauren finds love in the most unlikely way and so does Wrath. Wrath is able to overcome his fears so that can happen for them both.
Wrath and Lauren are my favorite characters in this series because they seemed the most authentic to me.
I appreciated the characterization for Brawn and for Becca. There is a pattern with Laurann's book, each of the main characters assume how the other feels, rather than talking it out, sharing their individual thoughts and it can be quite irritating. I'd like to see less of that in her story lines for the New Species. I think LD was trying to make that attempt in this book. It still kept my interest and I do NOT regret buying it and listening to it. So, there is a predictability in LD's writing style. But, I'm still eager to listen to the remaining books in this series.
She does show diversity in the various series she's created and I find it's nice to move to the Cyborg series and then back to the New Species, just so that predictability can be broken up a bit.
The narrator for this series is superb! The story line wasn't as strongly developed as others in the series has been, but there is action, suspense, intrigue and of course as a book listed in Ellory's Cove, there's Passion.
It's worth the credit.
Before reading this book, I had no idea how tormenting Bi-Polar could be for someone plagued by it. And the idea that a woman could willingly take on a relationship knowing that the man she loves is tormented in this way left me in awe. I couldn't have done it, but the heroine of this book did! In her ignorance, she made a few mistakes with RipTide, but I was left with the notion that she'd learn how to live with the effects Bi-Polar can create.
This is a very different love story. It starts out rather slow and I almost decided not to listen to it because the narration was mono toned. However, give it time, because it does pick up and you won't be disappointed. Brook and Rip Tide share a bond as dedicated, disciplined athletes. However, both are also damaged and this story tells how they embrace those and their union makes both of their lives better.
I enjoyed this book. I did listen to it in one session. Thank goodness I'm retired and have the time to do such a thing.
There were times I wondered if Rip Tide was beyond being able to live with, but you'll see how that's concern is squashed as you listen.
It's very erotic and this listen is done strongly from the female's experiences. Different, but very interesting and well done.
This story is so well written that I didn't want to put it down once I began it. I'm glad I waited to listen to this series for Book 1 Marked, because it's this one that gives the foundation of what the Guardians are and what role they play in their world. Now, when I listen to the others, I'll know what the narrator is talking about when she mentions other the other characters.
This is a love story told with true passion and love. I, for one, enjoy a good love story.
WOW. A read that moves without a lag. The entire body of this book keeps you wanting to listen on and on to the end. It's exciting and leaves just enough unknown that there's no way you're gonna put the read down.
I've just finished downloading The Purpose and can hardly wait to begin it.
I like how the K.C. explains through the narration of the book who everyone is and what part they play in the species. I recommend beginning with the beginning. After listening to The Promise, I can't imagine read 2 or 3 before The Promise.
You'll want plenty of time to allow yourself uninterrupted listening time.
ENJOY. This is definitely worth the credit.
I enjoyed this story. It was quite believable. I enjoy authors, like Bella Andre whose writing creates a screen before your mind's eye. I could just see Lilly walking that runway and Travis' shocked face!
It was a book that I could relate to and I would recommend it to anyone who loves a love story. Warning....it is highly erotic and if that's not for you then you'll not care for this one.
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