I like the Tommy Carmelini character in these books. Some say that Jake Grafton should be front & center. Not ever having read one where Grafton was THE character, I really enjoyed this. I love Carmelini's sarcasm and sense of humor.
Less gratuitous sex. An author less obsessed with nipples of both genders. Maybe not the same few story lines regurgitated with slight differences intended to fool only the dimmest of intellects.
Davina Porter's reading style and accent are pleasurable enough to veteran audiobook listeners. The substance of these books are enough; however, to make prolonged listening sound like nails on a chalkboard.
I would have cut each and every reference to hard nipples which would have shaved off an hour or two. Although, some of the corny, sophomoric descriptions during the "intimate" scenes had me howling with laughter because they were so inane. It was like a cheap novel written by a half-witted nymphomaniac wannabe. I might also have suggested that the author vary a bit from the oft-repeated plot lines that became weary and predictable.
Don't bother unless you're a fan of uninteresting repetition and bodice-busting sophomoric prose in abundance.
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