Never read the print version. I got "The Hum and The Shiver" in Sept. of 2009 it was the first book in the series and I was hooked. The characters are dark and mysterious. As soon as I saw this I got it at once, and finished in two days. Mr. Bledsoe is an awesome writer, I have several of his series, all are different and they never disappoint. I have never listened or read anything like this and I was hooked from the very first few moments. Some characters from the first book which you might want to listen to first,but I think it can stand alone. .
Rob Quillin, he is an outsider coming to the home of the Tufa, to search for a song to ease his broken heart.
Stefan Rudniki, is a wonderful narrator. I've listened to him narrate many books and series. He gets into the characters and emotions. You can always tell which character is speaking when he narrates.
There were many extreme reactions, when you're dealing with cruelty, meanness, hate, and goodness, hope and love on the other side. It is an emotional roller coaster with lots of twists and turns in the story.
I hope it doesn't take Alex Bledsoe 4 years to write the next book in the series. I'd love to know what happened after Rob leaves Tennessee. What changes in the Tufa, if any were made. So much I'd really love to know.
Kim Harrison's Character development over the series, this book really is the turning point of many relationships and interactions between characters. Marguerite Gavin as always is the voice of every "Hollows" book. Each character's voice and emotion is done fantastically
I can only compare to other books in this series. You just CAN'T read THIS book with out reading the whole series. If you read book one and like it I promise you every book will get better. Reminds me of "Dresden files" Each book just got better.
One with Nute, which really shows she may not be as crazy as everyone thinks she is. I found that really enjoyable. There were many others but saying so would be real spoilers,.
YES, and I can't give it away because it would ruin the story for any one listening.
I've loved this series from the start, and I'm so looking forward to the next book. I'm told it will be the last book in the series, I'm hoping not. But if it is I'm sure Ms Harrison will make it a real bang up occasion.
What I love best about every book in the series so far is that each book focuses on one particular sister, even though touching on all of them and all the characters they are involved with. Menolly seems to be coming to terms with who she is and accepting her place in the world after being turned into a vampire in a very horrific way. (with scars on her skin, and internal scars that she'll never forget) It seems in this book she has come to terms with what happened and now has evolved to carry on to help fight the war in OtherWorld
Can't really compare, each one of the books in the series is different, like I said a focuses on a different sisters problem, but doesn't exclude the other in any one story.
Cassandra Campbell is the voice of The Moon Sisters. I can't imagine any other narrator doing as good a job with voices of each character and the emotions
I don't want to write any spoilers. so I'll leave it to those who wish to
I'm looking forward to the next book in this series. So far I've not been disappointed.
J.D. Rob (Nora Roberts) has found something to write about in every one of the "In Death" stories The only two books I found truly distressing were "New York to Dallas" and "Thankless in Death" (reason being the amount of horrible and gruesome descriptions of the crimes were very difficult for anyone who's ever experienced any brutality to themselves or family member) I couldn't finish those books.
All the characters and especially Dallas......and Mavis but all of them make the stories amazing
I've heard Susan Ericksen narrate other books as well and for this series I don't think I could imagine anyone else doing the narrations as well She is the entire cast of characters. Go Susan.
When telling a parent that their child who's been missing is dead, that just chokes me up, especially the way Ms Ericksen expresses emotions.
Some of the "In Death" series I found hard to listen to because of the intense descriptions of brutality. (only about 4 books) But in every book there are always twists and turns, and they usually come up at the very end. Waiting for book # 39
Anthology, about cross-dressing. This is the first book I've seen about it. I've read stories in other anthologies that may have included one or two stories....maybe even forced cross dressing. but this was really great.....
A male and female narrator. Male for the male cross dressers and female for the female cross dressers....just make it so much more.
Like I stated in the above it made for very hot stories.
I wish there were more anthologies about cross dressing like this. It was very much worth listening and I've listened to more than once.
I love most Erotic writing. (especially when done well) BS/SM Male and Female Domination, gay and lesbian all kinky types of sexual encounters are exciting if done by some one who knows what they are writing about and how to draw you into their story. This collection did that.
This is an anthology so each story had it's own special moment of pleasure, and or surprise.
He did a very nice job of expressing the point of the submissive and the dom's in these stories. Expressing all emotions and feeling very well.
D. L. King usually puts together fine collections of anthologies. Besides being a very good writer of erotica., she has the knowledge of knowing what people will enjoy in various genres. If you enjoy Femdom.....you may enjoy this if you enjoy Erotica you may enjoy this. I know I did
Violet Blue, usually puts together very good anthologies of erotic short stories. In this collection there are some really wonderful pieces from authors I've never heard of before. There's something for every one in this book BD/SM Straight, Sweet, Romantic.....has a bit of it all but REALLY Woman who want it NOW>
I won't give out spoilers but there were several very excellent ones
Kaylee West is very good at reading erotica. I've heard her do several anthologies and she can express passion and need and want, very well
I'm glad to see that Audible is making many of these books available. Many of them were only in Written form, but now that they are available on audible. I think with a good narrator, the stories are MUCH HOTTER.
Alison Tyler's Second book in a series loosely based on her life. The first book "Dark Secret Love", was wonderful which leads you to this book. If you are not into the BDSM, or S&M Erotica genre then you may find this disturbing, however this is more of what 50 Shades of Gray SHOULD have been. Know one writes about the genre better than Ms Tyler, she lives the life and has the gift of words to express the true feelings of a submissive in a relationship. She is also able to express the Dominant's as well.
Samantha (Alison) she learns to who she is and is not afraid to express what she wants. Yes it is not what others would call a "NORMAL" relationship.... but that doesn't work for every one. As long as there are consenting adults who truly care about the feelings of each other. How love is expressed doesn't matter to any one except those in that relationship.....Ms Tyler truly helps you understand this about those who desire a BDSM relationship.
I never heard her before however she expressed the emotions, conflicts and characters very well in this story.
Alison Tyler is one of the top writers of erotica and BDSM S&M erotica. She lives the life style and is a true word smith. I have read many of her stories of all kinds and no matter what her topic in erotica she writes with emotion and knowledge. (sometime a laugh as well) Looking forward to the next book in this series.
In this series, "Up from the Grave" is the best. So many twists and turns, with things coming out about the past. Really held me on the edge of my seat.
She preformed them all fantastically, perfect choice for this series.
It would be hard to do with out having the other 6 previous books. This is a series and if you're not familiar with what happened in the past books, you'll be left up in the air.
I do so hope this isn't the end of the "Night Huntress" series. Even though ****SPOILER*****
Cat & Bones move away from everyone they know, maybe they will start something new some where fresh. I can only hope Thank you Ms Frost for a great series...
First there are not 45 stories there are 69 so you are really getting your monies worth. I always find Alison Tyler's anthologies to be hot and Kinky......going to Sweet, to gay to lesbian to intense S&M. You'll find all of that here.
There are 69 stories here and I have to say I haven't heard any of them from previous anthologies.
I never heard her narrate before but she did a very good job.
Well worth the price all new stories for me, and I enjoy erotic anthologies and have many. So if this is your bag, you won't be disappointed
Really sad I usually Like Rachel Kramer Bussel's anthologies Not this one
I Will but will different narrator
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