Molly Harper's werewolf series was cute. Unfortunately, this is a stale vampire story with cookie-cutter characters- very reminiscent of Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse mysteries... and Ms. Harris does it MUCH better.
Perhaps a different narrator.
I would give it a try. The story may be good, I just could't listen to it.
I don't know
Other reviewers on this page seemed to enjoy it. It is a good deal promoting Whispersync.
I have read several novels by Lorraine Heath, and even if she begins strong, she seems to go skidding off the road into implausibility and silliness. This story really didn't even get that far. Sometimes the right narrator can save her.
But the worst part of this audiobook by far IS the narrator. Her cartoonish take on Mexican and English accents was cringe-worthy. Narrators can make or break an audiobook, this narrator took a hammer and further smashed an already broken story.
No, I can't even use it as a door stop!
Audible, there are some wonderful romance writers who write strong smart westerns. I'd like to see you introduce some new blood into the romance genre.
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