Silverdale, WA, United States
It's in my top 20.
Arizona. I liked her fire—not so much her mouth.
The part where they found the cat.
I think it would have been better without all the foul language. Other than that, I was mostly touched when the author told the story of Arizona.
This was a good book, with interesting characters, but too much ugly language for my taste. The sex scenes were good and I mostly enjoyed how Jackson took control of the situations. I liked Alani's softness and found her innocence charming.
No, I don't think so.
Have a stronger female character. She lacked self esteem and was always thinking that she wasn't good enough. I read stories to get away from that sort of thing.
Absolutely. I couldn't get past her lisp and she made the heroine sound less appealing than the author intended.
They all seemed pretty essential.
When the author explains about the mate hunt, she specifically mentions that if a couple are mated, they only hunt for each other because wolves mate for life. Then, in the next scene, she has the villain hunting for another man's mate, even though the villain has a mate of his own and a child. What's up with that? Where was this villain's mate and why would she ever allow him to go after another female?
I loved the strong personalities of the two alphas. The bantering that occurred between them was priceless. I especially loved old woman, Gretta's attitude; she reminded me of a friend of mine.
The moment when Trey told Terryn that he loved her.
No, this was the first. I think she did an excellent job.
No. I wanted to savor it.
Can't wait to listen to book 2!
One of my top 20. The writing was fresh, and stimulated my senses enough to keep me interested. I loved Pi's character.
I'm not quite sure. It's unlike any other book I have read.
He added drama and was pleasant to listen to.
A piece of Pi
Great story with an interesting twist in the end. It really gets you thinking about possible truths and illusion versus reality.
Yes, mainly because I'm blind and cannot read the printed version
At times, yes, at others, the scenes seem to drone on, but the information was pivotal to the plot.
He brought the characters to life. Each one had their own unique voice.
No way. It's far too long for that and required too much concentration.
I'm eager to start the next book in the series. I was surprised to discover just how different this book was from the movie version. They were like two different stories all together. I enjoyed the book version more—go figure.
good character development
Cherise Sinclair's Shifter books
No, this is the first
I liked it when the fairy was rehabilitated and set free
This was a fun story to listen to with good scenes, great character development and an engaging plot.
worth the time
The advice he gave about how to lose weight
His reading was clear, concise and he had a pleasant voice
The quotes moved me and motivated me
This book made sense and gave me much to think about.
Lisbeth's character. She was strong, a bit demented, but had admirable integrity. She stuck to her guns and followed through with her commitments. Also, she was a strategist and didn't put up with situations she could change, even if it mean taking drastic measures, which she did--brilliantly.
The other two in the series are just as good.
Too many to mention. They're all good.
It made me cheer for the justice that should be served on silver platters.
This book is about a woman who was wronged in so many ways it would have made most people in her position to go insane. Lisbeth, however, triumphs and rises so far above the muck, it almost seems clear. That is until someone stirs the water.
J.R Ward did not disappoint me. I was expecting something rather similar to the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. I was pleasantly surprised to discover something entirely different but with the same witty charm that can only be J.R Ward. I love her descriptions, dialog, and characters who suck me into their world.
Marie. I loved her charm and her inner guilt about what she had done with her life. She had an inner strength about her and held her head high, even though she wasn't pleased with who she had become.
I also loved Vin, and the way he treated Marie. He was strong, had street smarts, and knew about drinking good beer.
Jim was also a great character. I loved how he never wanted a dog, but he showed compassion for one that desperately needed it.
No, this is the first. It took me a while to get into his style, but then I really enjoyed his voice.
It left me feeling happy and satisfied.
Good story. Definitely worth the read. Even my husband enjoyed it. What was really nice was the fact that not every scene was about sex. There was actually a story involved.
I have read every book this author has written. I must say, I was surprised that this book came from the same author. Joy, the female lead, was not the typical strong character that Ward casts in her stories. Gray, the male character, was strong in some respects, but rather weak in others that didn't seem to quite fit. Honestly, I wanted to reach out and slap them both.
The ending was nice, but I was not truly satisfied with their relationship. It was too wishy washy for my tastes and lacked the in-your-face comments, descriptions and dialog that is typical for J.R Ward.
Not my type of romance. The characters were weak and seemed to sacrifice core values for the sake of physical gratification.
She made the characters sound too young. I felt as if I were reading about teenagers and not adults.
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