I liked the storyline, it held my interest. The ending was unexpected and very welcome because the ending of the last book was so disappointing. For those upset about the last book they should really listen to this one before passing judgement. Everything ties together in the end.
I would not recommend because, though the author is talented at painting a picture and is a true wordsmith, I just felt no connection or interest in the characters and what happened to them. I can see where others may like this book but its not for me.
I would not recommend it because I found the author put too much extraneous information in there and the characters were not interesting at all. The basic premise of the story is good but not enough to make up for everything else. It's also kinda cliche - to the point of being slightly corny.
Was difficult to distinguish between characters as they all sounded pretty similar, if not the same
Yes, good story
It toke me a little bit to get into the book - but once the premise of the story was established and the story really got going, I enjoyed it. I will definitely be getting the next book in the series.
Yes, if you're looking for light entertainment - this will do nicely.
No, this does not need a follow-up book. The characters have been taken as far as they can be. I can't imagine a storyline that wouldn't seem like a re-hash of this one.
Its a little formulaic as romance novels go - stubborn girl - charming rich guy.... She won't listen to him because she's pig-headed which causes conflict - in the end they love each other...
This is an enjoyable book - the storyline goes along smoothly and I was entertained throughout the whole book. I was only glad I already had the 2nd book downloaded so I don't have to wait to see what happens next!
In a list of a top 10, it doesn't rank
It starts to become interesting when the resolution to the problem begins (trying not to give anything away)
As with any narrator, you get to sit back and enjoy the story - just like it better then reading
Patricia Briggs spent too much time establishing the premise of the story in the beginning and it was hard to stay interested. Especially when establishing the bad relationship between Seraph and her husband's sister, considering it has no bearing on the actual story. If she couldn't gotten faster to the part of the shadowed priest and have gone from there it would've been better.
4 hours into a 10 hour book and the 2 romantic leads still have yet to have any meaningful interaction. They're association is barely better moved along then it was at the beginning of the story. Additionally, their personalities are so uninteresting - as much fun as watching paint dry. There really was nothing engaging or entertaining about this book what so ever. After wasting 4 hours I couldn't bring myself to listen to the rest. I gave the book more then enough time to pick up and become good.
A more interesting storyline, relationship of the two leads progress faster, have the leads actually have a personality beyond shy and or uptight
The sheriff interested in the female lead
I will never get a book from this author again
The ending, left too many questions unanswered/resolved so it didn't feel like a complete story as a result.
Sookie just seems like a really weak minded female and it gets annoying. How can one be so conflicted with a circumstance she was OK with for years? She acts like everything is a surprise when its in line with everything she's experienced before.
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.
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