A different reader and a better plot. I love Maya Banks but this was too Hallmark Channel for me.
This seemed more geared to teenagers except for the explicit sex.
I wasn't enchanted by any of them.
It was a pretty predictable.
I thought the first half of the book was slow and boring. Just didn't seem like a Molly Harper book. It got marginally better toward the middle. I usually love her books and enjoy a great laugh. I couldn't seem to care about the two main characters.
More love story--more fun.
Yes I have listened to about six other books and enjoyed them all especially Driving Mr. Dead.
Yes but with reservation.
If this is your first Molly Harper listen please try another book.
Skillful writing and wonderful narration.
I am captivated by this protagonist. I have read all the Virgil Flowers books and he is just such an interesting "hero". He is not a super tough guy although he can certainly take care of himself. He is a philosopher of sorts. His childhood as a preacher's son in a solid middle class family adds an interesting depth to the detective role. In some ways he reminds me of Columbo. He just ambles about asking questions until we get an insight into his keen mind. This time he is after a trio of young homicidal maniacs. Sandford has a way of making his characters come to life for me.
I loved that Virgil ignored what was professionally good for him and politically correct to stand up for what was right.
This is a great series. Read them all.
The storyline is interesting and kept me hooked. I loved the narration. Must admit I have listened to this book twice. If you enjoy this book please check out the remaining books in the series.
Yes. It was very suspenseful to know that Racheal would at some time remember her past relationship with Ethan and wondering how everyone would react.
FANTASTIC!!!! His voice is very masculine for very macho males and he also does femaile voices well. I was disappointed that they did not use Mr. Berkeley for the lastest in the series.
A husband's redemption.
I have read all the Scanguards Vampire Novels and loved them all. I was delighted to see this one on Audible. I bought it and am thoroughly enjoying the experience. I like the comaraderie of the group of vampires that form Scanguards.
The beginning----You'll see.
Funny. Romantic. Quick paced. Whoops more than three words.
Molly Harper books are all so clever. I also loved Driving Mr. Dead. I have enjoyed the vampies more than the werewolves.
I haven't listened to her before but I certainly will in the future. Her voice is unusual and sooo perfect for the read. She does male characters perfectly.
Funny girl and delicious vampire.
If you are looking for something light and humorous pick this book.
I loved the trilogy. Battoe ruined this for me. What a huge mistake. Her voice is "valley girl". She makes Christian sound like a seal on drugs. The worst interpretation of an audible book I have heard.
For me Fifty Shades stands alone in this genre.
This is such an explosive cultural phenomina. Can't we have a redo with a real artist. Bartoe should stick with kid's books.
John Sandford's writing and Eric Conger's reading. Eric brings the writing alive. He is more of an actor than an attractive voice just reading the words.I
Virgil Flower has a way with women. I loved the scene where he is starting to embed himself into the investigation by getting to know the locals. This time he gets it wrong and is trying to seduce a lesbian.
This is by far the best reading of ANY artist. Conger's reading of all the Virgil Flower's books is spot on.
Listen to all the Flower's books and Eric Conger---What a treasue!
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