KENNETT SQUARE, PA, United States | Member Since 2009
Great Contemporary Romance premise. Love the accents. Hated the "martyr" attitude.
The most interesting aspect of the story was how tolerant Braden was of Jocelyn's issues. I mean the guy has to be a Saint to put up with her whole "whoa is me" character throughout the ENTIRE book.
When Braden yells at Jocelyn to put her BS aside and stick by her friend that needs her.
Yes, frustration that I put up with her disturbing persona for the entire book. I stuck it out because I like all the other characters a lot.
With all this said, I can't wait for the next book...Down London Road...to come out in audible format. I'm hoping that the lead female character won't be such a drama queen in that one.
One of my favorites.
How to flirt with a Naked Werewolf.
Amanda Ronconi is an excellent narrator. She definitely brings a smile to my face. Entertaining listen indeed!
Wanted to, but just couldn't, lol
This Author/Narrator duo is an automatic download.
Action-Packed, Entertaining, & Thrilling
The death of the Overseer was sad, but memorable. Also, Charlie being changed back to a dormant.
Yes! As with the first two books, he does a great job. His female voices are starting to get better.
I sure did!
Just keep them coming...
Yes! I love the different accents utilized throughout the story.
Malcolm finding out that his mate "wanted him". He didn't just steal her.
The motorcycle crash scene as well as Charlie hurting Seth twice in the car.
The Bands of the Wolf
I'm eagerly anticipating listening to the rest of the series.
I enjoy good paranormal romance stories. This one didn't disappoint.
A more tamer version of the Phoenix Pack series.
GJ did a good job; however, I don't think his female character voices are as good as his male character voices.
There were a couple...Tabatha and Daniel's interactions; Malcolm Cole's history moments; and James and Lilly's emerging guardian relationship.
I'm looking forward to listening to the rest of the series.
Most Definitely! It was highly entertaining. It definitely kept my interest.
Max of course. No pretense whatsoever.
Different Character inflections, which brings out a whole different side of the story.
When they finally make it to an actual bed.
I absolutely love Christina Lauren's characters with accents.
Most Definitely! I truly enjoyed listening to this story. Jo's struggles leading to happiness was touching.
"On Dublin Street"; although, I enjoyed this storyline so much more. Even though Jo had doubts, she definitely refused to play the Martyr.
Jo and Cam's arguments were good scenes, but really, the whole book was excellent.
I look forward to listening more of this series.
It ranks at the top of my most enjoyable listens, as with all of the Molly Harper audios that I have heard to date. Amanda Ronconi's narration just makes it even better.
The whole story was memorable. I especially enjoyed the dialogue between Nick and Maggie throughout the whole book.
Amanda's narration just makes you want to listen to the whole book in one sitting. She does an outstanding job.
Again, I enjoyed the entire book. All the characters brought appeal to the whole book.
I'm eagarly anticipating another enjoyable listen from the Author and Narrator duo.
Probably, if they need a paranormal romance fix.
Yes, I do believe the series has the potential to be good.
Yes, Tavia Gilbert always does an outstanding job in her narration. This book is no different.
Sure, I'm sure there would be plenty of action.
Most definitely! It was definitely entertaining.
The women characters' wit. I love how they seem to dominate the story overall, even though both books for the most part are geared toward the strong male characters.
The conversation between Jamie and Shaya while in a drunken stupor. It was truly entertaininng.
I am eagarly anticipating the next installment of the series, Nick and Shaya's story!
The action, intrigue, and romance all wrapped into one.
l loved the entire story. I especially liked Salem's character.
This is my first Robert Petkoff performance. I think he did an outstanding job with all the unique voices of all of the characters...and there were many.
"A Mate's Love"
This is my first Kresley Cole book. I am definitely a new fan. I can't wait to listen to more.
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