The narrator voice was annoying. The constant repeating of the same word, "bronze" was getting on my nerves. There wasn't pauses to even take in the words or what was going on in the scene. There was no reflection or emotion in the audiobook. Overall disappointing and not worth the purchase. I couldn't tell even if they were together or not. I was lost at some points during the book.
The narrator voices for the main male character has no emotion. I could never tell when he wasn't angry or happy.
Some of the scenes made no sense. Your man is in the hospital and you go to a party. Her friend Amanda was the most selfish person. Her man, Jake, does not give a secret about the main male character Max and her revenge is to sleep with another man and she has the nerve to be heartbroken when Jake wants nothing to do with her. Here is a thought, stop sleeping around. However, MaKayla's whining and consant back and forward like a child with Max was too much. She graduated college for goodness sakes. It was almost like a father-daughter conversation, versus a boyfriend-girlfriend relationship. He tells her no, she whines, he says no again, she whines. He is mad because she disobeyed him. The fighting at the other club that was not owned by Max, I wanted to asked where in the world that would every take place. Serious, trash cans over faces and keyboards as weapons. Her constant need to ask the injured person in the ring if she can exam him, made me want to scream. A fighter is injured and she goes into her credentials and then asked a question. One of the fighters was on the verge of death and you think he is going to be able to response. Made no sense.
I loved the way the author developed the love story between the characters. This book reminded me of another book Vampire Interrupted. The book shows the ups and downs to relationships. Also, it had some old characters that I love hearing about.
I like the way the main characters meet immediately. Although he did kidnap her, there wasn't a build up to before they are together so the main focus was on the two of them and eventually other characters from previous books make their way into the story.
This book is one that once you start it, you don't want anything or anyone to distrub you.
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