This book is a fantastic read, I read it a couple years ago and have listened to it twice. It's a serious book with a real look at drug addiction in this time period. This poor woman loves that man so much she just won't quit on him. I loved this story, I was completely sucked in from the first. I have read the other books that tie into this one, they are all excellent but serious reads.
I loved this book and love this series. Cynthia Eden does a great mystery. I didn't find the book or the series to be predictable and didn't completely put all the pieces together until the end. I had a few "suspects" and the killer turned out to be one of the three I thought it would be. Overall a very good read, kept me interested and on edge through the entire book. The romance side is also good, with just the right amount of steam.
I have read all of Stephanie Laurens' books, and I am never dissappointed. However, this one was so boring! The story iteself was OK, and I could have gotten over how slow it dragged on if the characters would have actually interacted romatically, more often. The h/h don't actually spark a love interest until the very end of the book! The entire book focus is on the mystery, not the romance. I read SL for the romance, and the "relationship chase" and even the secret "hook ups" - but there just really wasn't any of that in this book. So dissappointed. Narrorator was not bad. He had a good separation of voices for each character, if the book iteself would have been better than I would probably be giving the narrator raving reviews.
I read this book on kindle a while back, it's a pretty good love story and I was very excited to see Sable Hunter on audio. I can't even get past the prologue or 1st chapter, the production is absolutely horrible. I can't honestly say the narration is bad because the production itself is such garbage that I couldn't listen to the narrator enough to tell if he is decent. The whole thing sounds like it's in a cave, whomever produced this track should be embarrassed.
Please Audible, more Jill Sorenson! I read this book in hard copy and was very excited to see it on audible. Worth a credit.
I was pleasantly surprised with this book, I just took a chance on it as I'd never read this author before. I really liked this book! Good story, good narrator, worth a credit. I was completely shocked to find out who the stalker/killer was! I never even considered this person until the scene where you find out who it is. Hope to see more from this author and narrator on Audible.
I don't understand all the great reviews, this was the worst book I've ever listened to. It was my first and LAST Zane book.
What happened to Ashford McNabb? This narrator is horrible, i struggled to listen to the book. I actually stopped listening and completed two other books before coming back to this one. Good story, and this is a great series. The narrator completely ruined the audio version of this book.
This is the best of the Elite Ops books from Lora Leigh. I laughed, cried, and couldn't wait for each chapter. I read this book last year, but when I saw it on audiobook I bought it right away. This book has all the normal Lora Leigh style erotica - but the story itself is so much better than any of her other books. You can feel how much the characters love each other and how tormented they are without each other. The suspense and action are fantastic, keep you wanting more. I hope Lora brings the other Elite Ops and Seal books to audiobook, loved it!
I loved everything, the story is fantastic and keeps you reading - I couldn't stop, pretty much read it through in one sitting. I love this series, it has been really fun, and I can't wait for the next book to come out. The ending was a bit of a surprise, I thought this would be the end of the series when it was revealed that Winter is the Ghost - but the end is nice and gives a twist that wasn't expected.
Can't wait for the next book to see where the Ghost takes us next!
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