Supernatural, Superpower , Reaper
Charlie really finds out who she is and learns to use her powers. There are some very strange and nasty happenings, however every book in this series has just gotten better and better.
I've listened to Lorelei King narrate other books and she's great. In this series she is Charlie, and she does all the characters fantastic. You always know who's speaking. I hope she continues to do the voice of Charlie.
I laughed, I was emotional, I enjoyed this book because it really showed how Charlie not only comes into her powers, but never stops being a caring human being.....even though she's really not a human being, as we would define her.
I'm really looking forward to the next book. I hope we don't have to wait to long, but if it's as good as this one and Lorelei King narrates, I know it will be fantastic. Thank you Darynda Jones for your great paranormal series :)
Both characters came from difficult backgrounds and have seemed to rise above most of the horror in their past. What makes this a bit different is that the Nat (Butch) seems to get heart broken. In most stories it's the Fem who's crying her eyes out. In this case it would be Emily.
*SPOILER* When Emily realizes that she can't control her sister anymore now that she's no longer a minor. She can't use the excuse to deprive herself of happiness.
*SPOILER*When Colleen breaks in on Nat and Emily thinking that Nat is raping her older sister. It's a very emotional moment in the story, and a pivot point to say the least.
"Trust, and you can find Love"
First the narrator (who I really enjoy) Alexandria Wilde, she is wonderful with erotica, and romantic stories and is great at voices and emotions. She can express passion and heartbreak, orgasm, and everything in between. She really made this story a very good listen. She also can change her voice so you know which character is speaking. That can be really hard when you have several female characters ranging from teen-age to mature woman in her 50's. This was a very different type of love story that started out as a paid ESCORT encounter, to a passionate love.
(Rowling) Galbraith writes in a way that I can only see as something I can not compare it too. I've listened to over 2000 audio books. The story lines the character development and the the ultimate solving of the mystery has been truly amazing in the first two books in this series.
I can't compare this book to any except the previous, one in the series
Fantastic, he does all the voices, male and female beautifully. (and he even makes them all sound different) The emotions and expressions are fantastic. I hope he continues to voice this series
There were many, but one was when Robin realizes she has to let Matt know she loves the work she's doing and want's to continue. She truly enjoys working with her boss Cormoran Strike who is always determined to find the truth, especially when he has that gut feeling that all is not what it seems.
This is one series I know I'm going to stick with. First Galbraith (Rowling) is a brilliant author, these stories are for adults not children. Lots of truly horrible things happen, and I'm not talking about sex. "Cuckoo's Calling" and now this one "Silkworm" are intense murder mysteries. Most books of this genre I can usually figure out who did the crime long before the telling chapter. I didn't know until the moment it was stated. That is a great story. Looking forward to more like this Thank you Audible for a great series for me to follow
I've listened to this series since the start, and they are all laugh out loud funny. This one more than the others is one of the best since Betsy learns to take responsibility for her actions and really grows up. If you start with this book you loose a lot, you have to start with book 1 and go from there. I laughed out loud so many times with my headphones on my family was really starting to worry.....NOT.
I can only compare to Molly Harper Jane Jamison series......which was also laugh out loud funny, and about vampires.
There are so many and most of them are spoilers to anyone who's into the series. I don't want to ruin it for anyone but mostly about the "TWINS" so many laugh out loud moments.
SPOILER: When Betsy realizes her sister has lied to her for a long time, and really doesn't care about her.
I don't know what Ms. Davidson has in store for the next book, but I'm looking forward to it.
I would recommend the entire series to any of my friends. I am an atheist, and I take all stories of angels and daemons as fantasy. J.R. Ward was brilliant in this series with the war of good and evil. Each book in the series was better than the last. This one the final book in the series was great and had several twists that made it very enjoyable.
So many that make this series work, however Jim Devina and Sissy really play off each other so well. And of course Devina is an evil you love to hate. (Devina was so much more than evil) I loved her sessions with her Psychotherapist........(is she really the "Almighty"?) LOL. The heavenly cast of Archangels really are a mix too.
He was a fantastic narrator, doing both male and female voices great.......I couldn't believe how well he did Devina.......and Jim.
I actually started on Saturday night and finished on Sunday. It wasn't that long of a book just over 10 hours but truly a great ending to a series.....So many series are a disappointment with the endings.....However so far this is the second series I've completed that ended fantastic. Kim Harrison's "Rachael Morgan" series just ended and it to was narrated very well and ended beautifully. Thank you J.R. Ward for dong this so right. And Eric Dove for his fantastic narration.
Not sure if there will be follow ups with Lassiter, and the the other Angels looking into things that delve into the BDB. I guess we'll just see.
If you love Molly Harper, you'll love this. People say that they can't believe that Kelsey makes such poor choices.....Well that's how we learn. And what good would the story be if everything went smoothly. I had lots of laugh out loud moments. (almost a given with Molly Harper).
So many, but I don't want to give away anything. But one is when Kelsey and Charlie over hear Bonnie and Will talking......it really got me.
Amanda Ronconi is a great narrator and I've listened to her do other stories, but she does all of Molly Harper books fantastic.
No crying just laugh out loud moments. Molly Harper writes to entertain, if you want deep thinking and tragic moments with reason and philosophy, read something else. Molly Harper is pure fun.
I have every audible that's out there from Molly Harper and narrated by Amanda Ronconi....Love them and look forward to more.
I've loved this series since it first started and Khristine Hyam is it voice of all the characters done perfectly. This is Urban Para-Normal at it's best. You never really know what's coming around the corner until you get there. This one is a real emotional roller-coaster, and I loved every moment. .
So many, and they would all be spoilers if I went into why they were memorable.
I don't want to spoil this for anyone but when Jane and Beast have a conversation in the "Gray Space" It really is memorable in many way, and they have more than one.
Yes a moment with Wrestler, I don't want to spoil that either.
I love this series, for many reasons, 1st being it is so different than any other urban para-normal out there, and many of them are great. Also Khristine Hyam is the voice of this series, she does French accents, and language, Cajun, N'Orleans, and just plain speak perfectly She would be great doing just about anything I believe, but she makes this series work on Audible. Looking forward to the next Jane Yellowrock book, eagerly. .
Best ever ending to a series.....!
Rachel, with out a doubt, Jinx, and Al. The whole cast of characters are wonderful, if you've been following the series like I have since the start. Still my favorite three.
Marguerite Gavin has been the voice of this series since the start. I love the way she's able to go from one character to another and you know who's speaking. Especially Jinx, Al and Ivy. She does an amazing job.
I had many feelings about this book, for many reasons. 1st that it's the last book in the series and I truly will miss many of the characters. However so many series have gone on too long and when it came to ending them they were a major disappointment. Kim Harrison did a great job on this final episode and I know that I will listen to the entire series again over the next few years. So many scenes left me emotional about the characters, but the beauty of this final chapter of Rachel Morgan is it has a wonderful ending.....Any fan who's listened this far, you must add to your collection. .
I've enjoyed every book in this series and each one has gotten better. If Ms Harrison writes another about this "Witchy Witch" sometime in the future, I'm sure it too will be wonderful and I hope Marguerite Gavin does the narration. Way to go Harrison and Gavin. :)
Yes, I love all types of erotica, kinky, straight, gay, lesbian. Radclyffe writes great lesbian erotica, this is a group of her short stories that are all excellent. There are some better than others but in fact I really did enjoy every one. (some are really HOT)
This is a book of short stories so there isn't one character
Many, it's hard to pick one but the last thee stories which link together Clinical Trial 1,2,3. Really was great
If you're into this genre this is not only loaded with great stories but Alexandra Wilde, is fantastic at narration. I've listened to her narrate several erotica books and she really get's into the emotion and passion of the characters. GREAT Narrator for this book. I usually check to see who is narrating certain erotica and Ms Wilde is one of the best.
I've listened to every Molly Harper audio book I have several times. I know I'll listen to this again. I don't know how she comes up with these bizarre story lines, but they are funny and always have an unusual twist. This BlueGrass series is fun. Jane Jamison, and Naked Werewolf, I've listened to them all several times.
You get to know Bonnie and her background, but you still have the other characters from the first book in this story. I really did enjoy it and looking forward to listening to the next in the series.
I've listened to Amanda Ronconi narrate all of Molly Harper's books and she is a natural. But I've listened to her narrate other books as well. She is a natural talent
Well this book is about Bonnie but there are so many people that are memorable in this story.
I love the quirky story lines that Molly Harper comes up with. Looking forward to the third book in this series. I just wished this one was a bit longer but it was still worth it to listen to.
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