It was entertaining, but easy to put down. The teenage angst is too long ago for me. ;-)
The narrator did a great job.
It made me giggle out loud more than once. Pretty funny, I'm just not the right demographic for this one.
I think the title threw me off. I didn't see how the story could be good in Texas. But it was great!
I love snark so 1 point there. I like some steam in my romances, so point there. Liked the narrator, but found it hard to tell what was internal monologue and what was actually said by the characters. Eventually figured out that if no one started fisticuffs, it was mostly internal snark. Didn't like the end, so minus one star all around there. What started as an interesting story with lots of potential had an ending that seemed overly simplistic, predictable and all tied up with a pretty lavender bow. Still, I'll give the next one a shot.
Love this series. Got here by following the narrator from Kim Harrison's "The Hollows" series. This is one of my favorites in the series.
Love the Narrator. She's how I found this series. Liking the series more each book as the characters and the relationships develop and evolve. Plots are good and there is always a new piece of the universe introduced in each book to keep it fresh.
I'm a Molly Harper fan, but having listened to all of those, tried this. I guess I like a little more "snark", but this was pretty good. Interesting universe, if still a bit ill-defined.
I didn't warm to the characters initially, but was laughing with (at?) them by the end. I j h i
Steamy moments every chapter and still a decent plot. Even with the lingerie bill and easy access wardrobe, I was able to suspend disbelief (mostly).
I think Marguerite Gavin does an excellent job. In fact, I found this series because I enjoyed her performance of Kim Harrison's "The Hollows" series so much I looked to see what else she did. I didn't like this second book as much as the first for two reasons. 1) There were only a few of the characters from the first book in this and often only briefly. The new characters didn't absorb my interest the way the first book's characters did. 2) The setting of a Washington, D.C. witch hunt, er, uh, werewolf hunt, came across as "preachy" to me. There were some general plot issues that made it seem that making a point was more important than telling a good story. The first book was able to do both. Still, I accidentally listened the very first part of Book 4 by mistake, and I am dying to find out things get to that point, so I'll be loading up Book 3 with my credits as soon as I click Submit. ;-)
Not sure why, but I really liked this Argenau vampire story. I think somehow I found it more believable. Maybe I just find the whole setting - snowbound in a cabin with no electricity - very romantic. Still working on the second story, but if you enjoy the characters Jeaniene Frost has created for her Kat and Bones stories, they are all there and they don't disappoint. Without having finished it, I think the plot may be suffering because of the brevity. She doesn't have the time to spin the usual suspense and intrigue, but a good story none the less.
This was an entertaining listen if somewhat formulaic. Loved the good guys in it. Rating would have been higher on the story, but I didn't like the bad guys. I know, I know. You aren't _supposed_ to like that bad guys. But I like bad guys where, when they get taken out, it's quick, justified, and you feel like justice was done. When these guys get taken out, you feel like they didn't suffer enough, like there needs to be a way to go back and make them never exist. Then again, when I think of it like that, I'm happier with the ending...
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