Well I don't mind dark books if there a is humor but this one, is going down hill fast
the fact that she's tries so hard but always seem to fall short
the voices where ok, not the best I've listened but that wasn't the problem here, it wasn't my style of storie.
I didn't finished, maybe I will in a while, but at the moment this book didn't grab me, so I can't really fairly say. And it wouldn't be fair actually.
I was hoping for something with a bit of fun to lighten the mood, alas that wasn't in the card. I do admit I like lighter books, so maybe this choice was bad for me, writing a story is hard, making a book is hard, so I'm not saying the book is bad, but you must like dark stories, and characters who stuggle all the time. I like having a little fun along the way. So take care, you do have werewolves, vampires and things that go bump in the night, (oh my!) but it's a hard world and and a hard reality. So choose wisely. have fun reading, I sure will,
take to opposite, one messy and all over the place, and one very strick and organised shifter with time issue and you got the funniest couple in this series, this odd couple is so fun to follow and observe fall in love. This is my favorite in this series, and thought it's a bit darker than the others, it's also one of the funniest. Have fun!
This is when this series becomes interesting, we have not only the budding romance of Gwen and Lock, but new and fun characters are comming to join the gang. I love Blayne, she's perky and all over the place, and thought in this book she's Gwen best friend don't underestimate her power, she's a force to recond with, this is a good story, with romance and drama, and even some danger to spice things up, the characters are fun and lovable with all there quicks and habits, this is one of my favorite series in the paranormal romance circuit, the next one is about Blayne and I can't wait for that one, thought I've read the series several times, I love the audio version as well. Have fun.
I've read this one I don't know how many times, and I still love it, thought I like Cynthia Eden, the draw for me is always the pack series, and Shelly Laurenston. Her humor is addictive. I was a bit surprised by the male narrator, but he did put an interesting twist to a favorite story. More please, books 4 to 8 are hilarious, and the novellas here and there a often more than interesting, filing in some details of this weird but wonderfull world.
This books is only about sex, sorry but not my piece of cake, I don't mind sex scenes, but this is an overdose, at least for me.
This is one of the book that got me into reading Katie Macalister books, one of my favorite even after all these years, it's fun, quearky and just funny. What happens when a 21st century mature women meets 18th century costumes and corset. The books is written as entries into a diary or a journal, but the action is still all there, and the ups and downs are often hilarious. From insecurites, to dishy guys. Weird food, water closets and chamber pots, meet a gallery of characters shoved into a manor for a month and try to recreate another time and place, with all the mishaps that follows. Tessa is a bit hesitant at first, but she'll grows quickly on you.
You get two stories in this one, Dez and Mace, and Ronnies and Shaw, thought my favorite is Dez and Mace, I love the byplay between the characters, and the reader brought that very well into the audio world, the longer stories are even better, with more dept and yes you'll see these characters all throught the series, so they have roles to play in the futur of this alluring world. Have fun. More please
Pretty good, the byplay is fun as usual and of the 3 that are at the moment in audio, this one is the best bet
Jessica of course, I can relate being a geek myself
She's actually pretty perfect for these books, she brings in the sense of fun that I really love about the pride series
The allergy scene in the appartement, it showed that Smitty did really remembered her and cared about her.
more please, I really like Dez and Mace, this one as well but my favorites ones are later in the series, I do hope Blaine's book is in the future, and Dee Ann, and Malone, all of the books after Mitch and Sissy are fun and full of ups and downs, making the characters alive and interesting. Of course if you like these, check G.A. Aiken, it's the same author just different name and about a dragons world. Good if you like strong women, and there dragons.
Lorelei King, easy the constant torment of Caroline by her mother
There is not enough action at least not for a Evanovich book, no explosion, no car chase thouth in this world it would have been a carriage chase, the book is not bad, but it's missing the action where used too, and it shows.
When Caroline has the bad guy at gun point and Jack propose
yes and no, I was willing to give the book a chance, but if I knew the only really big action was at the end I would have skipped a lot of chapters, I almost left the story a few times, I like old style tales, but even those need a few bumps in the road to interest me, this book was more about pleasing the parents and sneaking around, cute but booring after a while.
if you love a sweet and slow romance with not much action, this is for you, but if you need more Kaboom in a Evanovich book then go in another direction, thought you do get the happy ending, it's slow and sometimes frustrating to get there.
This one of my favorite Dark Ones books, it's funny, full of action and impossible situations
Nell and Adrian, the byplay always fun to listen too
I've read this book, several times actually since it's one of my Katie Macalister favorite. Thought I had a few hesitation at first getting to know the voices created for beloved characters, I had so much fun once the action started.
Betrayer or Betrayed or The cursed one
I've been hoping for years for this one, I'm very happy of the result so please more Katie Macalister, The Corset Diaries next please, then Hard days knight and Blow me Down, those 3 are the best, I would also love to hear Noble Intention and Noble Destiny.
A good romance
Cassie and Calder of course
I've listened to several readers, I would I like a more masculine voice for Calder, but the storie was well told, so I'm happy with it
I've read this book before, under another title a few years back, loved it then, still do, the emotions are more sutle in this kind of books, more under the skin than tossed around but it's worth getting into this world and exploring it.
I love Abigail Reynolds books, there not thrillers but the pace is slow and you learn about the characters as go along, if you like a slow but steady romance with a few Austen twists, this is the book for you
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