This book was laugh out loud funny. It took me about 20 minutes to get used to the voice of the narrator. But once I did, it was very amusing. This kind of "black" humor is not for everyone, but I love it. I hope that Audible gets more of Christopher Moore's books. I usually read Historical novels and Bio's so this is a diversion's for me. If you enjoy dark humor and can adjust yourself to the narrators voice you will enjoy this book. I really give it 4 1/2 stars because we all know how it ends.
You must read the first books in order 1-7 to understand what this book is about. I would listen to it again because it's part of the series. And this is the last book.
When Ariella goes to meet Steve's family, hoping they will accept her. When she over hears a plot by Steve's mother to ruin their relationship because Steve's mother feels Ariella is not good enough for him. Breaks her heart
No first time in this series she did a very nice job.
No didn't cry just angry at Steve's snob mother for being such a bitch.
I really like "Curvy " girl stories and Monique Du Bois does a great job writing them I hope to see more from her.
A plus size young lady gets dumped by her long time boyfriend over the phone. Her self image is really crappy, because her ex boyfriend always made comments about her weight. She goes to a party with her girlfriend (very top shelf) lots of movers and shakers. She's attracted to a hot athlete whose really turned on by her curves. He tells her not to put herself down, because lots of men prefer women "With Curves"
Ariella, the main character who not only learns to love herself, but learns how to make love, and appreciate the men who want to make love to her. Yes she joins an escort service, and makes tons of money. Her character grows with each experience she has with each man she dates with the service
This is the first time and she did a very nice job.
Sharp curves can be dangerous.
It's nice to hear a story about plus size women who learns to become confident and realize she is beautiful and wanted and lusted after, and eventually loved. 80% of women are over a size 4. And most men really like T&A
Victorian history with touches of bizarre chemistry and creatures of unfathomable grandness. It has a "Steam-Punk" feel but keeps you in that Victorian era. The main character is a young woman way ahead of her time. Luckily she's able to find some one to share it with. In a time when women were expected to stay and home and look pretty, our heroine wants to grow with knowledge
I don't think I've come across any book like this. It is the memoir of a woman who is now in her old age telling of how she started out as a child with interests in nature and and especially Dragons.
There are so many I don't want to spoil the story, there are twists and turns that really make the story interesting.
When Jacob tells Isabelle "Don't let them get away with this." I won't spoil it .
I've read reviews of people who read the kindle version, and the print version. I have to say Kate Reading makes this story come alive. She is marvelous with accents, voices both male and female, and showing emotions. I can't wait to read the next in the series.
Exciting, Stimulating, Different.
I usually enjoy all erotica, GAY, Straight, Kinky, BDSM, it is what stimulates the mind and gets people off. Erotica, like any other fiction is written to entertain and stimulate. (The reader doesn't have to love every story) However if you are an individual who enjoys your own sexuality, then you should be able to understand and enjoy anyone who expresses their desires no matter how different or strange, (consenting adults). Yes there is roll play, and play with toys and some homosexuality. These are stories about the Big O. How people get them and give them. I found every story a delight.
I only heard Rose Caraway one other time and she is a wonderful narrator, even when talking from a man's point of view.
When you have so many stories I know I can't pick one. I found it well worth the cost for the over 8 hours of entertainment.
I've listened to many of Rachel Kramer Bussel's anthologies. She knows how to pick stories that will work, I always look for books by Rachel Kramer Bussel, or Alison Tyler, Violet Blue, Delilah Devlin. Especially when putting together anthologies. They are also great writers, and ofter end up in many of these anthologies. GIVE US MORE.
Action never stopped from the start of this book to the very end. Larry Correia always develops his characters through a story, and you really get caught up in each personality.
Dirty Dozen.....Taking a group of total misfits and turning them into an elite group of fighters
Ray Porter was fantastic, his voices and accents and emotions made this story even better.
I finished in one day, I wished I could have spent the whole day just listening....The beauty of this story is that it's not a continuing series. But it was totally enjoyable. In the true style of Larry Correia.
Larry Correia has two series that I started listening to I hope the next books come out soon....I really love his work and have NEVER been disappointed. Well worth the credit
Jane Yellowrock will go through a growth in her own being and learn more about who she is and her own powers as a "Skin Walker". This is one of the best in the series, and I've listened to every one of the books in this series...(they each get better)
When Jane realizes that she doesn't have to feel guilt for doing the things that are necessary to save lives. Yes she does have to kill, but she doesn't have to anguish about it. She and Beast recognize this.
Khristine Hvam is the voice of this series. She does a wonderful job with accents and emotions. of both men and women and even the children.
When Jane thought Evan was going to die.
I'm looking forward to the next book now that Jane is free from her binding To the Vampires.
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.
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