Yes, since the narrator was pretty good.
I guess to After Tex, the previous book, but I like After Tex better, I liked Todd better in After Tex, he was more compassionate. He was a jerk most of the book in Angel Mine.
Characters' personalities and verbal expressions.
It was a pretty good read, it had it's good and bad points, but the ending was great!
The story was pretty good and so was the narrator, the problem was whatever she recorded on wasn't the best sound, but other than that the story was pretty good.
A must read, this was a terrific book, and a more realistic story. I really enjoyed it and the narration was great too!
Really enjoyed the story, made you laugh and cry, but overall good story. Narrator did a good job.
This is a good paranormal series about brothers whom are witches. This is the 1st book in the series. I recommend reading all, but only two are available in Audiobook format so far. I thought the narrator did a good job.
I really enjoyed this story, I love the fatal series, I've read them all and normally series don't get better, but this series does.
I like the story and the author's story, but the narrator needs to find better recording equipment or a better room to record from.
The audio recording is horrible this narrator's voice is not the problem, wherever or whatever she's recording from the Acoustics is terrible, sounds like an echo in the background, like she's talking on a speaker phone. Would have enjoyed better if the recording was clearer.
At first I hesitated reading this series, because there are so many, but I'm glad I took a chance. I like the strong heroine, Eve Dallas & Roarke. The narrator was good also. I recommend this series.
To be honest the narrator made the story, but the main character was a disappointment, she was way to naive and trusted a stranger, before she would a long time friend, until it was almost too late. The author could have made her actions a little less stupid.
Character & personality.
Yes, just to get it over with.
I loved how Christian realized that Anna was more important than His submissive lifestyle and how she really wasn't a submissive, but only play acted for his sake. Anna seen the real Christian, the little boy that was abused and broken and felt unloved and she cherished and loved him.
When they professed their love for each other and he cherished and loved her more that is dominant lifestyle and was willing to do whatever she wanted, as long as she stayed with him.
I laughed and cried throughout the book. It was heart breaking, touching, passionate and erotic, but a great story.
When I first heard about the Fifty Shades of Grey books, I put off reading them, until recently. I read the first book and understood a little of the disappointment on some of the reviews, because it left you hanging, but I disagree with some of the bad reviews. The first book isn't as good as the the 2nd and 3rd, but it's more of an introduction and building of the the characters. It could have been shorter, possibly combined into two books, instead of three. The combined stories amount to a love story that's heartbreaking, touching and erotic at times, the sex isn't all BDSM. It made me laugh and cry.
You have to read all of the books to really appreciate the story. The sexual descriptions in these books are mild compared to a lot of other authors, like Lora Leigh or Maya Banks, just to name a few.
This book is about a lot more than just BSDM, so for those of you who only read the first book, I suggest you read the others and give it a chance. I don't think you'll be disappointed. Christian seemed overbearing and overprotective at times, but understandable, due to his fear of losing Anna or anyone ever harming her and the way his childhood started and he never did anything to her that she didn't allow, he wasn't an abuser or wife beater.
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