Romantically, deliciously, dramatic.
I liked the entire story, but loved watching Ashla grow strong and brave and watching Trace's relationship with her change.
She is a great narrator. Have listened to her in other book and think she does a wonderful job. Men's voices could be a little gruffer, but not really a complaint.
The only complaint I had about the book was the ending. Without giving anything away and letting readers/listeners know it in no way detracts from the story, I would like to have had more of a "finish" to the main characters' story.
Yes. I almost gave up within the first couple of chapters but decided to hang in to see what the hype was about (both good and bad). Even though I was disappointed in a few aspects I thought the storyline was unique and wanted to find out more.
I would be willing to try the second installment of this series written by Ms. AZ only to find out if it gets better after the first book.
Voices all same.
I felt that Ms. Godwin was sincerely trying hard to do a good job with the voices but just fell really short especially those times when, I'm sure, Korum was speaking in a sexy, smoky voice and when there was any other exclamations or inflections needed.
Yes. I have always enjoyed listening to Maya Banks' books. I discovered her about two years ago and have listened to everything Audible has offered since then. However, it was obvious this was one of her earlier books. Her writing, characterizations, and emotions have come so far since 2008 when this book was written. Don't get me wrong - I liked this one; loved the differences in the three men, but the book was predictable and lacked, at least for me, the substance her later books have.
Absolutely, and have.
I believe Adam Paul's narration of Ms. Banks' books has gotten better and better with each book he narrates. At first it was difficult to get used to the difference between he and Harry Berkley, but, like I said, I think he gets better and better.
Maya Banks will always be in the top five authors for me and most of the time #1. I have difficulty waiting for Audible to present us with new audio versions of her books, in fact, because I have listened to everything they have offered, I consistently go to other audio websites to see if anything new or different is offered.
So, Audible, step up your game and get some of the older books while awaiting Ms. Banks' new ones.
Anguishing, suspenseful, romantic
So as to not disclose any secrets; Cam's anguish and confession to Jo after Blair's overnight visit and also the ending.
Yes, "On Dublin Street", she is amazing. I love the accents and Cam's voice was sexy and sultry and oh so heart-gripping when anguished.
This was an amazing listen. I laughed, cried, screamed in my head "No - No", emotions stirred deep within me and I sat on the edge of my seat. There were twists and turns that kept things interesting.
I hope that Ms. Young continues to grace us with such emotional prose. Also, one can not help but feel bad for Malcolm, hope he is written, happily, into future books.
I loved that the adventure, the getting to know each other, the relationship and love was so simple, yet so emotional and mesmerizing. This was an amazing tale of two people who only wanted the unpretentious out of life, both searching for something neither knew and finding each other in the process. Makes one believe in fate, both wonderful and not so inviting, but fate nonetheless.
When Andrew showed Cam his tattoo of Orpheus and Eurydice and explained why the tattoo wasn't finished.
It took awhile to get used to her narration, but after awhile it got better.
This was by far the best romance book I have ever listened to or read. Any story that can make me bawl or make me laugh out loud and still have the elements of romance such as softness, sexual pleasure, and adventure is outstanding. This book had it all for me. J.A. Redmerski, this is my first book of yours; I will try others after I recover from my extreme emotional state. Thank you both, author and narrator.
Yes. I've listened to other LF books and JF's narration. It took me awhile to get used to JF and he got better & better with each narration, however, both LF & JF were quite disappointing this time. The story was somewhat mundane and predictable and the narration was more of a "reading" than a narration. There were no differences in the voices and inflections were off. Really sad this time. I was so looking forward to this one.
Not much excitement or interest. The least interesting thing was the fact that the entire story was a little boring.
I liked that there was continued interaction amongst all of the characters. I liked that the first book moved seamlessly into this one. I also liked that there was a lot of emotion, hot steamy explicit sex and there were stories within the stories, but all came together in the end.
I am very much interested in this author and her version of "Shifters". I am anxiously awaiting the next book.
Yes. The author explains the difference between straight human and human shifters such that it is plausible as well as a different spin than I've read before. I like Suzanne Wright's spin.
Nothing. I think she did an excellent job. The male voices, especially Dante's was great. All of the different tenors of Dante's voice depicting anger, dominance, grief/sadness, lust, even his laugh she did a great job with. The different female voices were also done superbly.
Zsadist has always been my favorite (always out for the underdog). Love the tenderness you see in him periodically. I loved that he found love.
Bella's persistence and when Zsadist's eyes turn.
I like this entire series. All characters and plots are entertwined and are built upon with each book. I am glad that we don't loose characters as the books continue.
Nothing. Jim Frangione's narration is getting better and better. I can say that at first I disliked his narration - he was too flat, but now he's great.
Looking forward to finding out what happens with Torment and why what happened to Wellsey happened.
I don't know about tiime well spent except I listened to it while I was doing other things and don't regret it.
This was my first and unfortunately probably my last. I loved the characters, the 7 brothers and dad sound amazing and I'm sure we'll get to hear about them all eventually. I also liked the twists and turns of the story (except I figured out "who dunnit") and the twists made me continue, but a little too religious for me.
Thought his narration was really great.
Not much romance - more drama than romance. I probably would have put a little more heat or chemistry into the story.
For those of you who like "romance" I'd probably either look somewhere else or pray she spices things up a bit. For those of you who like twists in a drama, this one is probably for you.
Yes. I am always up for listening to Robyn Carr. Glad to see she has a new series.
I would not have. Yep, this one was a little slow, but Robyn Carr always starts her book series out by introducing all characters.
Right up there at the top. I was astounded by this book. This was my first Jacqueline Frank book & my first time listening to Xe Sands as narrator and I hope that this partnership continues.
The story plot was not a typical paranormal/supernatural/immortal plot and JF’s imagination and thought that went into the creation of the demons’ elemental essences was nothing short of incredible.
Her narration and inflections for the different characters drew me into the conversations and I forgot that it was only one narrator. She did an excellent job.
I believe that when the demons were describing to Isabella what they were, their elemental lifeblood, was the most heartfelt and soulful part of the book.
I appreciated how JF continued to enhance Isabella’s personality and being. The story just continued to expand & intensify the world of the demons and other Nightwalkers.
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