Rosemount, MN, United States | Member Since 2012
Easy...EVERYTHING!, Kresley Cole always hits it out of the park. She is a very talented writer and each of her book can stand on their own, but I recommend the whole series so you don't miss out on great treat. In this book I just the loved the banter between the characters, made me laugh out loud several times :-) Excellent blend of funny and of course sexy.
Well my favorite characters are always Nix and Regin, cause I know when they show up...I'm going to laugh!
I actually loved it when Regin and Nix retrieved Holly from the Artic, hilarious dialog going on there.
Yup and I pretty much did, just like all of her books ;-)
Can't forget to mention the most talented narrator ever Robert Petkoff! He could make me listen to a narration of websters dictionary, yeah he's that good ;-)
This installment was way better in my opinion then Beautiful Bastard. Love the dual narration and the British accent. They did use the same female narrator so Chloe and Sara have the same voice which is kind of annoying for me especially when you listen to the books back to back, I would say her saving grace is that she does a good British accent for the male part in this book, because her female voices don't seem to vary at all. This book isn't about angry sex but hot voyeur sex. Very Credit worthy!
This book is entertaining but 2 people that hate each other constantly coming together for a sparring of angry sex is kind of a bit weird, but what would have upped the performance is having a dual narrator. This book is divided into her point of view and his point of view chapters and I think they should have brought a male for that. The book is a naughty boss/ worker relationship with a lot of hate sex on the side. Its a interesting listen and I would say its credit worthy.
I LOVE IT when an author can deliver on humorous moments as well as hot ones. I really don't want to give anything away but its a great listen and you just have to jump take a dive and listen ;-)
Very credit worthy!
This was a cute paranormal series that was more keen on mystery more so then romance. It was very PG on the romance but the mystery factor kept everything interesting. This paranormal series are about battling races of Angels on earth. Fallen Angels from heaven are curse not to feel physical sensation on Earth, the only way Fallen Angels can have human sensation is to posses a race of fallen angel / human hybrid called the Nephilim. The Nephilim posses human sensation along with immortality and fallen angel strength. Fallen Angels seek out Nephilim when they turn 16 years old to make them swear an oath of fealty to the Angel so that 2 weeks out of the year the fallen angel can posses the Nephilim like a parasite and gain human sensation. Nora Grey didn't have much invested in the war until she procured a fallen angel boyfriend Patch and was made a pure blood Nephilim by her biological father that was the leader of the Nephilim army that Nora inherited upon his death. What is Nora to do?
very fun listening and credit worthy
I actually didn't like it. Not only is the story line way too close to Fifty Shades of Grey and Crossfire but the main character Nikki Fairchild flat out annoyed me. I couldn't relate to her and there for couldn't really get into liking the book. Lately it seems that all young billionaires are controlling sexual deviants that all have a knack for aviation and like to keep dossier on their females of interest, and some type of ex-girl friend is messing up their lives now. But in Release Me Nikki Fairchild is the one that is 50 shades of messed up and has attracted the interest of Billionaire Damien Stark. Nikki is a blonde hair, green eyed ex- child pageant contestant that ends up being super smart with a double major in computer science, she writes apps and is apparently MIT material. Nikki emotionally on the other hand, I don't know how to put this, but she would be on the short bus! She has deep seated mommy issues that turn her into a cutter as a teenager and about 4 or 5 times in the book she completely flies off the handle yelling at Stark and even slapping him before she gathers all the information on the situation. Once the information is out it appears that she constantly over reacting due to always jumping conclusions. I just personally can not stand that trait in a person, to me Nikki just seems to be bipolar, emotionally unstable. I probably won't finish the series.
If the story appears to you then I would go ahead and give it a try but it just wasn't my cup of tea.
I need the next book! This series is deliciously deceiving. You must start at book 1 "The Selection" to encompass the complete story-line. The series portrays a not too distant future United States where it is run by a monarch of a royal family and the citizen are born into a caste system 1-royal all the way down to 8-homeless. The main character is America Singer who is born into the caste of 5 which is are artist, singers, preformer ect. A letter was sent out to all the younger ladies of the country between the ages 16-20 about the royal selection of a wife for the crown Prince Maxon. America didn't want to submit her application because she had a secret boyfriend of 2 years who was a caste below her of a 6. America's mother and her boyfriend both pushed her into entering the selection on a slim change that if she was selected it would elevate her caste to a 3 and her family would recieve money for America's participation. To everyones shock America was selected and was to join 33 other young girls to stay at the palace for Prince Maxon to select the future Queen, kinda a "The Bachelor" feel. The 2nd book starts with America down to the final 6 ladies which are known as the Elite. America is the lowest caste lady still standing in the running and the book turns more into America's new position of possible power to change the nation. This book was completely riveting and I was on edge of different emotions the whole time....the kicker is that it ends abruptly and you are completely dying to know what happens next. I am really looking forward to the next book!
YES beyond credit worthy...just remember to start at book 1 ;-)
Kresley Cole never disappoints! Her awesome characters beyond come to life with the workings Robert Petkoff, I personally think he is the best narrator in the business.
In this installment of Immortals after Dark its Demon King Rydstom turn to find his fated female, but its not what he is expecting. Sabine the sorceri queen of illusion is Rydstom polar opposite and his fated female who has him tied up in a dungeon. Rydstom and Sabine are constantly battling for dominance over each other and the tables turn on Sabine when Rydstom escapes and Sabine is now the tied up captive. The book is filled with the funny one liners and it always a hilarious pleasure when Nix and Regin make an appearance. Very entertaining, very credit worthy you won't be disappoint! I love Kresley Cole and Robert Petkoff keep up the awesome work!
Maya Banks best series are her Highlanders books and this one doesn't not disappoint. She brings out a huge range of emotion and you deeply care for Genevieve from the very start. There is just no bad part in the book, its a roller coaster ride that pulls on your heart strings. Get it, you'll see what I'm talking about and you won't be disappointed!
More information is needed! I don't know what this fantasy world looks like, I bearly know what the characters look like. Is this world kinda futuristic or more like Game of Thrones / Lord of the Rings ? There is no pretense to what these different clans are; Hawk, Wolf, Dragon, Shadow Thief ect. what are these clans to each other, who is suppose to be the top clan? Why can you change clans? Why would you want to? This book is lacking in everything. It just starts off by talking like you should know everything about the world already, there is no introduction and explaination of anything, just characters dialogue. No character developement, so when something happens I don't care because the characters are pretty strangers anyways. I really don't know why this book got high rating I thought it was awful. I wouldn't waste a credit.
If you like fantasy read Karen Marie Moning and Kresley Cole....they are the best.
I do not feel bad for Jeannette what so ever. She is so God awfully spoiled that its hard to like or feel for the character. Earl Darragh O'Brien is way too good for her and I honestly would have been urghing him to find someone else to be his wife. So Jeannette is shipped off to Ireland after her deception was revealed in Husband Trap out of shame from her family. Jeannette is staying with much older cousins in the Irish countryside, which is completely borning for her royal highness who is used to being the belle of the ball in London society. Jeannette is constantly looking her nose down on people and throwing her title around like Ireland should be so lucky to have her presence of being a true English born lady. Jeannette is attracted to an architect who is rebuilding a wing of her cousin's house. They have few run in with stolen kisses and what not but he could never be a suitable husband for Jeannette because of his lack of title. One night while Jeannette is hosting a ball at her cousins house she goes too far with O'Brien and were caught red handed by all of her male relatives, That was a funny scene. Jeannette being publicly compromised she has no choice but to wed Darragh O'Brien, oh boy does she throw a fit being force to marry an untitled man, but the jokes on her cause he turns out to be an Earl of Mullholand which makes Jeannette a Countess (not like she deserves it). O'Brien teaches Jeannette a lesson by letting her believe that she is married to a poor man and they live in a small cottage where Jeannette is forced to cook, clean and sew for several months.
The book have a good story line I just can't feel for Jeannette, I just want to constantly smack her. I did like Husband Trap and Wedding Trap better because they had more of a likeable main character. But you must tread through this book to get through the next. Like I said it is not a bad book or story line, you are just going to hate the main character.
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