Sure, there are a few sexy scenes that a 'vanilla' romance reader might find offensive.
It is better than the 'typical' Nora Roberts book. It was a more complex plot and enjoyable action along with romance (or 3 romances!)
It was excellent...I adore the Irish accents!
No, I don't have extreme reactions. It was fun, fast paced with a good mystery and romances all in one.
Though it checked back to a historical event this was NOT a historical romance...(I don't care for historical romances.)
It is near the top of over 100+ books I've downloaded from Audible. There is a great, realistic storyline with fabulous sexual tension (and scenes) throughout.
On Dublin Street-it is the beginning book of the series. While each of these can stand alone, it is fun to see friends from Dublin Street show up in this book & vice versa. I cannot wait for the next book!
I LOVE the accents! Her portrayal of male characters (especially Cameron MacCabe) is especially noteworthy as I would imagine it would be more of a challenge for a female narrator.
The aftermath of Johanna's meeting with her father. The intensity between ALL of the characters involved had me on edge.
I assume there will be at least one more book with this cast, hopefully MANY more. Write, Samantha, write! ;)
NOTE: Strong language and sexual content-not for the faint of heart.
The fantastic sex was fabulous however the back story was heart-pulling as well.
I've recently listened to 'Fever' and would say it compares
Yes, although Lucy Rivers portrayal of the men was lacking.
Yes, yes, yes.
As always: Strong language and sexual situations...not a light romance.
Hot, Sexy & fantastic
The introduction and execution of the first main scene....WOW!
Sure, though Adam Paul could be a bit more animated and make each characters voice a bit different.
Looking forward to the third in this trilogy.
NOTE: Strong language & sexual scenes
Yes, it is a hot, sexy read.
It isn't more than it claims to be. This is not a deep, challenging listen. The characters are not complex...if you are looking for a superficial read that is mostly about sex-this is it.
He was a bit stoic. There wasn't a lot of feeling behind his character portrayal.
The scene in Paris...it was troubling & shows a realistic depiction of a poor choice by the dominant character getting out of control. Too often in these type of stories it seems there are no errors on the part of the strong male characters.
This scene shows the consequences and fall out (the female is unrealistically forgiving-in my opinion) that continues in the aftermath.
NOTE: Strong language and explicit sex
This was a bit 'out there' as far as plot (in my opinion)-the whole sharing aspect-it is fiction. However the plot of the back/other story was suspenseful and held my interest.
The action of Holly trying to escape her abusive husband and the protectiveness of the Colter men.
Without giving away the ending-the search for Holly after her kidnapping.
No, the ends were all 'tied up' and no questions left unanswered.
There was not much substance-no idea who may enjoy it.
Nope, it just did not hold my interest. It was not a 'page turner' & with 4 hours left I just kept checking on how much time was left.
She did a great job with all the characters
It seems there was only one sequence for the bedroom scenes.
I really liked 'Obsession' as it was a more suspenseful book. I may read 'Control' as the description sounds interesting.
NOTE: Sexual situations
Suspense, mystery, romance
This is consistent Sandra Brown...although this was a bit more involved and suspenseful than others by her. I really liked it.
She was an adequate narrator...I enjoyed her portrayal of John the best-maybe because I liked his character the most.
Yes, the suspense kept it 'a page turner'
A bit gory in places, some strong language and adult situations.
The story was great. The knowledge of Celia as a rancher supporting Kyle as he learns.
While the opening might be a bit shaky for some (drunk & hitched in Vegas) I found it a fun beginning and it only got better from there.
Any of the others in the series.
Scarlet Chase is a great narrator - she gave each character his/her own voice & personality.
Oh yes and I'll be re-listening to this series soon and over and over.
NOTE: Adult themes and strong language
Yes, however I cannot recommend this book.
I'll probably take a break from the Troubleshooter series but I will finish eventually.
Sure, he was fine.
I'd cut the whole book from the series. There was 20 minutes of 'action' (seriously) and the rest of the book was about the prelude to Jules & Robin's wedding. I've never heard such whining and insecurity in a couple - real or imaginary...with hero Sam [from previous books] acting as therapist.
This was 8 hours of [I assume] Brockmann's views on gay marriage, and political views on war, torture, etc.
I LOVE The Troubleshooters series and would recommend any of the previous books for action, adventure and romance.
NOTE: Strong language
Yes, if they are into 'trashy' romances...(I use the term trashy with affection!)
That is tough, I admire the strong men as they 'take care' of their women. However, Tierany's character-getting to know her and watching her evolution.
She is a great narrator and been fantastic throughout the series
The whole series is hot and there are actually great stories to go along with the passionate scenes.
NOTE: Strong language and sexual themes
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