Regents Park, Australia | Member Since 2008
The story is at best equal to a low end Feehan novel which even at their worst are much more polished than this. I found my self hard put to garner interest in finishing this one and made several attempts to do so.
The excessive, frequent, unnecessary use of the F word and similar words and the frequency of the sex scenes places this book firmly in erotica rather than fantasy. Don't get me wrong I can see where such words could be used to effect in a story but this one goes way overboard.
Remove the sex scenes and you loose at least half of this book and loose very little or nothing from the plot.
I can almost relate to the female lead but not to the Neanderthal male lead and of course they both do stupid things at inappropriate times to cause issues and problems in spite of being aware they should not be doing such things.
The story it's self holds nothing new in relation to were lore or in the story it is pretty much a rehash of the same regurgitated plot with heaps of sex and 4 letter wording thrown in for good measure.
I have as I said I have nothing against crude language used in context or to decently written sex scenes so I can only assume by the high reviews others have given this book i must be missing something.
Obviously this book was not for me but it is just as obviously other listeners cup of tea
This to my mind is more B grade erotica meets were wolf
Nice cover art. I would have give this a straight 2 but the narrator did a reasonable job given the book she ask to narrate
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