Id read it again, probably not listen to it though. A great compelling story by Brockmann. Loved all the action (in and out of bed); the narrator is a bit frustrating when doing woman POV & voices, but once you get over that its awesome!
I recommend this to anyone who loves military/action romance novels. It's well written, lots of plot twists and interesting characters from her other books pop up. Can't wait to get to the next book!
Fantastic listen! Great narrators and another awesome plot with lots of twists. Can't wait to get her next book.
Another great book. Love the use of both male and female narrators! Cannot wait to keep going with the series.
it was a great listen, I don't read a lot of his books because they all seem the same; however this was a pleasant change from his usual plot line.
Top 5! It was a great listen, has me hooked on the series now.
I wish i could have! It was fantastic, i never wanted to stop listening it was so captivating.
Yes, it's well written. However I'm just not into the fantasy vampire type of book.
Probably, i really enjoyed all the Quinn books so far, the narration is fantastic as well.
Its just as great as the others
Great steamy reads by fantastic authors!
Yes, i love trying new books by new authors out all the time. Its the only way to find out what You like, by discovering what else is out there.
Narrators bring the story to life with emotion and Give the characters a life.
Romantic Christmas fairy tales.
Good quick read. Not at all what i expected, in a great way.
From the opening paragraph i knew it was going to be bad, but i had no idea how bad. i got the book because everyone was talking about it and i wanted to know what all the hype was about the new "Mommy Po$n". The story lacked any sort of plot flow and character definition. The main character was whiny and annoyingly self-deprecating, and i swear if i hear about her "inner goddess" one more time i'll loose it.
There's no way i'd ever read or listen to the other two books, even though there's no way they could be any more sorely written than this one.
The narrator wasn't the issues, the story itself was.
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