I can't tell you what could have made The Dark Garden Better? I am not a writer my personal opinion of the story was. I kept waiting for the story to get going with a hot sex scene. But the story never hit climax no great hot sex scene NOTHING it just went around and around in one big circle.
The Dark Garden has not turn me off to romance novels. I LOVE ROMANCE NOVELS that's what it is all about. Audible.com should only carry romance novel who cares about the other genres.
Madison Cole did a great job narrating the story. She had a hard job cause the story she was narrating was the pits
If I could have play editor. I would have told the writer A) develop the story more/ make it a longer story B) More sex scene/ More HOT sex scene this story had barely any C) The characters spent two much time driving around in there cars who cares. D) The review of this story was sort of false advertising this story was not even in the league of Fifty Shades.
I wish Eden Bradley all the best luck on her next novel. I look forward to reading it.
LOVED, LOVED LOVED. If you are a artist who feels blocked and it is affecting your craft. The Artist Way is the book for you. Julia Cameron will masterfully guide you through simple mental exercises that will help you unblock the creative process inside. IT WORKS!!!!!
I kept hoping that the story would get more gossipy it was not. I kept listening hanging in there waiting for the story to reveal some sort of hideous story that was never made public before, there was none. Wonderful title yet very misleading, story fell way short. Lars Mikaelson is a wonderful narrator pity he did not have a great story to read. Overall a little boring.
Joe Eszterhas is a TRUE Hollywood animal. I knew the guy was a character, had to be Look at his body of work Show girls, Basic Instinct and Flash Dance. I LOVED THEM ALL!!!!!! A must read for any aspiring screenplay writer. Joe candid brutal honest truth is refreshing and enjoyable in a town that dose not like to air it dirty laundry. Kudos for Eric Borgosian masterful narration Loved it.
This is the series that got me hook into joining Audible.com.If you are a fan of romance and vampires. MUST READ!!!!!!
Lisa Robinson is the originally Rock n Roll critic she created the craft and has single handedly and masterfully remain at the top of the New York music scene for all most four decades not a easy feat for a women in a male dominate field. I LOVED her stories about the CBGB days. Growing up in New Jersey I SO WONTED to be a part of that scene but by the time I was old enough to go to the clubs. CBGB and all the bands that play there were long gong.
Shayla Black is one of my FAVORITE authors that audible offers in the romance department. DO NOT PASS HER NOVELS BY!!!!!!!
I read this whole series in a weekend. It is a very good series but it not Fifty Shades. The last book was lack luster and left me wanting more.
Claim Me had a lot of similar traits to Fifty Shades but it not Fifty Shades The first book out of the series was THE BEST!!!!!! . If you are in to exotic novels this one is a good bet.
I would describe this show by the following words monotonous, tedious, irksome, tiresome and humdrum.I don't understand how two supposed sex experts can dummies down the subject and make this podcast sound more like a class room experience. What a time waster That is not what I am looking for in this podcast series.
When I was looking through my wish list on audible this title caught my eye A) Cause of the title and book cover. B) The story it self was only fifty three min. long. The length intrigue me? Could such a short story pack a punch? No it did not even come close which made me sad cause the story idea was very interesting rich man/kept women situation.
The narration was all so all wrong I could tell the person narrating was not as experienced as others I had listen too. Skip this one.
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