Yes, enjoyable story
I will reluctantly listen to the listen to the next in the series - but the ending of this one ended one of the main storylines and you never get the happy ending you assume was meant to come.
When Merit wants to sleep next to Ethan.
No character development (i.e. characters had not discernible personalities), no chemistry what so ever in the romantic leads, premise of story lame. Watching paint dry would be equally entertaining.
I liked the first half of the book - it was a unique take on a romance. But after a while Maddy's narrow view of the world and the feeling that she was right about everything despite the fact that she was naive and actually didn't know much of anything. It gets tiring after a while to go back and forth with her sensibilities being ruffled and her going off in a huff without getting a good grasp on the situation before hand. Her character did not progress or develop in the story until the very last part of the book
Create more interesting characters
The basic outline of the story doesn't have a lot to it - the guy is a horn dog - meets his match - fucks it up - wins her back - the end. Yawn. Didn't feel there was any chemistry with the characters and the main characters had nothing particularly likable about them. Not that I disliked them but the didn't draw me in
I probably wouldn't. I found the pushy, nosy friends and the commitment phobe love interest annoying. The whole story seemed like an outline of a story not a real fully thought out one. Nothing different really happened in the book. Friends pushy, Male Love Interest making sure its known he wants nothing serious and then some event happened toward the end of the book to make the lead couple admit their feelings and live happily ever after.
No - this was too boring and predictable to expand upon
Story is OK, not great. Don't think I'll be purchasing next book in series
The story line is pretty cliche for historical romances. Strong willed woman - dashing man, obstacle and then they get together. The story was passable enough to listen the entire book but not enough to entice me to listen to another book in the series.
I gave this book ample time to show some promise.but there was no character development - no whisper of a story line forming - just every cliche vampire story line you can find. There is no chemistry between the romantic leads. I gave this book 8 chapters to capture my interest and it just remained lame.
The lack of one and the cheesy dialogue
No redeeming qualities
This book ended in the middle of the story. The villian was easily/quickly foiled and Nina never learned and/or explored her new powers. There was so much more that should've been expanded upon but wasn't. That being said, it was otherwise an enjoyable listen that kept me entertained.
I wouldn't likely try another book by this author because there are too many books to spend my time hoping the next by this author is interesting. This book lacked any semblance of an engaging story.
If there was a real plot aside from a few secrets being kept and forgiven
The story progressed nicely and kept me engaged. I liked that the storyline was on the light side where you can just sit back and enjoy.
If you like this book you'll like anything written by Molly Harper.
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