Having read all of the Arcane novels, I was glad to see Fallon Jones finally get some happiness in his life. I enjoyed the novel for the most part, and liked it better than some of the series. It was worth listening to if for nothing else to continue to learn more about the Arcane sagas. Was Isabella a bit far-fetched? Sure, but not intolerable.
I enjoyed this book, as I do most of Ms Laurens. I don't understand the disparagement of Jill Tanner. I personally liked her narration and did not think it detracted from the story at all. The Bastion Club series is a different twist on the typical Regency novels. I recommend them and Jill Tanner.
Foe Elizabeth Lowell fans, we all know she can spin a good one. The excellent research that went into this novel was obvious - her stories are typically learning experiences as well as fascinating. Good narration and just a very satisfying novel to while away a long car trip. Definitely recommend!
I've always enjoyed J.R. Ward's Brotherhood series, and took a chance on this book. Excellent! It was an enjoyable listen, well thought out and spot on about her horses! I was impressed by her story telling and development of the characters. Well done!!
For sheer entertainment value, this novel was a winner. After the the other two in the series, you had to wonder how it was going to end and what would be come of the Laird. Now we know.
Nice job of narrating overall (even though I admit to missing Simon Prebble's voice in this Stephanie Lauren's novel) and I enjoyed it immensely. No, it's not complicated nor should any of this be taken too seriously. It is what it is - entertaining listening as you go down the road.
I wonder what her next series is going to be about?
While I admit to missing the voice of Simon Prebble, I thought the narrator was okay. I did not find that his voice detracted from the story significantly. The story was a bit slow getting started, and while this was not my favorite of the series, I did enjoy it. Worth it? Yes.
This was a great story and I thoroughly enjoyed the characters, the story line and the narrator. There was enough suspense and danger to keep the story moving along and enough interplay between the characters to make it all interesting. The "Admiral" was introduced in several of her earlier novels so it had helped that I had read this one farther along in the series.
As I travel a great deal in my job, I have enjoyed the Navy Seal series and heartily recommend the novels of this author.
This was everything you might want in a romantic fiction work - well written, good narration and an interesting story line. I totally enjoyed it. Lucky, who initially seemed a bit shallow, ended up being a solidly likable character. Just enough suspense to keep you guessing!
I typically have always enjoyed Susan Mallery's books. This is the first one that I found I was ready for it to end. It seemed to drag and was predictable. I can never see myself listening to it again and plan on deleting it from my iPod. My overall reaction to it was
Good overall entertainment.
Good but the narration was inconsistent in tone and volume. The men's voices were so low in volume and pitch, I often had to try to adjust my radio to hear them at all. It was very frustrating - it went from loud to very soft.
This entire series (the Buchannans) has been thoroughly enjoyable to listen to going down the highway. Like Robyn Carr's Virgin River series, it is nice to get updates on characters in later books and
The narrator does an excellent job and made the work easy listening.
Because I listened to this book over a few days of travel, I can't really imagine listening to it all at one time. I like chocolate too - but small bites are often the best.
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