I thought I could listen to the series out of order. But I was bored and found I was on chapter 6 and I hadn't heard a thing.
Yes but will do in order. I really don't like series but have been pleasantly surprised...until this one.
SO FREAKING AWESOME!
Of all the heroes in the I Teams books, Zack takes first prize. Loved him from the beginning. Holly has also become my favorite by far. I WANT MORE! Pamela Claire needs to write them a little faster, I am going to download book 5.5 now and wait anxiously for the next book.
The ending, she gets me everytime, but this ending was powerful. I literally sat on the floor and wept. Zack and Holly are both scarred on the inside, in the end the peace Zack's acceptance was so emotional and Holly's was so dear, even though it didn't come close to Zack's.
This was a good book, however compared with the other I Team novels this was just good and the others were AWESOME. It did show what an amazing character Kat was and Gabe was a hot dream come true.
Kaleo Griffith does an amazing job.
The endings, in all her books Claire makes me cry. I know it's coming but still can't stop the tears.
In "Hard Evidence" Kaleo Griffith did a so so performance and I almost didn't get "Unlaw Contact" because of that reason, but I just decided to grin and bare it because I couldn't doubt the reviews I read. They were all raving with the exception of one. I am so glad I decided to purchased it, because I have consider Pamela Clare to be another of my favorite authors, and will be getting the other I-team novels.
Yes. I kept thinking it has to end good but it seemed like it would be one of the few with a grave ending. There are just a handful of books that make me teary eyed and this one was a flat out crying book; but not because of how it ended but because the way it sounded like it was heading. I listen to my audio books all the time and rarely have my ear buds out. Of course I was at the crying stage in the middle of the store and was asked by everyone if everything was ok.
Oh, it sure got a tear shedding reaction form me. Kaleo Griffith did a flawless performance.
Yes, the reviews I read were mixed and I was thinking it would be a so-so. Some spots did drag, but I find that with almost all of Howard's books. Overall I was very pleased with it.
I have listened to a few of her books and found her to a an average narrator, but this one was perfect for her. Every voice was faultless.
There was something that is in most Howard's books, besides dragging, is the the ending; it completes the story but is done so fast, I like more details...of course I never want a good book the end, so that may be why I find them wrapped up so fast.
It was too forgettable, I have always heard about this series and maybe I should have listened to them in order. Now I am too skeptical to listen to another one in this series.
Yes they were both so typical.
This one did not meet my expectations. The whole story, characters, and the WHOLE book was so average!
This one really upset me. I wish I had known why the assignment when bad because I never would have purchased it.
Yes, but I will never listen to this one ever again!
All the characters were off, the males sounded the same and...well like assholes.
No, this one makes me sick at my stomach every time I think of it. I wish I could erase it from my memory.
It was such an average plot that I do believe was a waste of time; but it did have a few interesting parts. I enjoyed her previous book so much and maybe I expected the same thing with this book.
It was too boring and dragged out so long that no, the only thing it inspired me do do was turn it off.
It was a good romantic mystery, I did think I had figured it out but wasn't sure I was right until the very end. Strong characters, mysterious plot, and great hero and heroine.
It kept me on the edge thru the entire story.
Her voice was always shaky and breathy. The voices and accents were so bad and I couldn't tell if they were thinking or if they spoke, I really missed quotation marks in this one and think the book would have been the better choice.
I like Jennifer Van Duck. This was my first and last Anne Stuart book.
To make this book enjoyable Stuart should had scrapped the whole idea, it would have saved my time and my credit!
All of them!
I was afraid I wouldn't like the dating one brother, but Lauren Dane made it tastefully smooth. The Chase family has a great relationship with each other.
I did listen to it in one sitting, I kept waiting for the stalker and couldn't stop listening!
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