Wow. Just wow.
The way Larissa turned Reseph's character around. I was really worried that I would still dislike him, but he ended up tugging on my heart strings.
Maybe. I haven't kept track of readers as much as I should, apparently.
Yes. It was very complicated and compelling.
I really didn't know how Donna Grant was going to make this work. Hayden & Isla seemed mortal enemies. But she did it. By the end of the book, I was thinking to myself "Of course they would be together!"
Yes. Just as good as the others.
When Hayden embarassed Isla in front of the rest of the group. Ooh I wanted to punch him in the arm!
Awesome Supernatural Rebellion!
I liked it when Quinn would stick it to Deirdre.
Yes. It was just as good as the others.
I remember listening to one of the end parts, and noticing my rapid heart beat because I was so worried things wouldn't work out.
Fallon's awkwardness in the castle.
Larissa Ione's Rogue Rider. They are both stories about redemption.
His articulation really makes you feel like you are in Scotland.
The McLeod Returns
Its definitely up there. But its so hard to choose favorites. Too many good ones out there.
Cara. She was so sweet.
Fallon. I think he did a great job of conveying his feelings through his voice.
It was all around really enjoyable.
Trehan. So alluring.
Trehan's struggle in regards to his home and his bride.
I loved the accent he used for Trehan's character.
Sometimes I wanted to slap the back of Bettina's head for being so dense.
Hands down, yes. The characters are so varied and complex. And the dynamics of their interactions are extremely entertaining.
When Reaghan and the Druids go to McLeod castle, and then all hell breaks loose.
I liked it when Reaghan started teasing Galen about his eating habits. :P
The writing and plot was really entertaining.
Sonya because she's awesome.
I really enjoyed his pronunciation.
It made me smile and giggle!
Sassy, Fun & Enthralling
I really enjoyed the different voices that he used for each character.
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