I have no idea... I didn't make it that far.
He should work on his delivery. He reads very well and has a nice voice but he somehow manages to make the hero sound like a pompous a$$ and the heroine like a weak ninny. He completely fails to establish the hero's sense of humor or kindness. Don't even get me started on the heroin's voice!
I was a bit dissapointed. This might have been a good book had I been reading the paperback version.
Better editing, maybe?
Yes, I usually like stories by these authors. But either writting novellas isn't their forte, or someone did some major hacking in the editing department.
She would actually be a decent narrator if she didnt make the characters sound like they were constantly whining. She sounded like she might have had some sinus issues going on.
Anger that I wasted a credit. I couldn't even finish. The narrator was whiney and there was hardly a distinction between charachters which made it difficult to follow at times. Not to mention the accents were pretty laughable.
The whole thing. I usually love Heather Graham's work but I couldn't even force myself to finish this one. I tried... I really did! But alas, I only completed about 2/3 of it. What a shame to waste all that time to not even finish the darn book.
I thought the charachters were poorly written. I could care less what happened to them. they were unlikable as well as a bit shallow and dull. The plot had no substance.
I enjoy the occasional YA novel, but usually prefer more adult material like Kresley's IAD series. This story, however, completely blew me away! I didn't want to stop listening & whenever I had to I would find excuses to plug my headphones back in. Kresley Cole did another outstanding job with plot & character development. She really draws you in and you find yourself even caring about what happens to the not so nice people. I can't wait for Endless Knight to come out... I hope they keep Emma Galvin as the performer!
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