I loved the sarcastic humor of the story. The MCs are very endearing. The narrator was really great as Mark, not as great as Tony, but still good. The story was OK, about average as a predicable romance, could have been better.
Mark, easily Mark. He made me laugh out loud.
Yes I did
I really enjoyed this book in the audio format. Strangely this is one of those rare occasions where I don't think I would have liked the printed version better. The narrator was funny as hell and I found myself laughing out loud. So fair warning if you listen to it in public.
This was a good listen and an interesting story. There are some weird/confusing POV switches and the ending seems a little incomplete. The story also takes some weird twists and turns which doesn't make it "flow" as effectively as it could. There were some scenes that came out of nowhere and didn't go anywhere which also confused me. However overall I enjoyed the book and the narrator did a great job. Not worth a credit, but worth it if it is discounted.
This is a great little short story about the fears and insecurity of an established couple when they become "empty nesters." It is really sweet and I enjoyed listening to it. The narrator did a excellent job, but Charlie Belmont always does; he is one of my favorites. I wouldn't use a credit for it, but if it is on sale, worth it.
M/M romance fantasy adventure. (MM is not a word!). This is a story of a very good man who is "forced" to buy an elf slave in order to save his family. Owning a slave goes against everything he thought about himself, and he struggles with his conscious throughout the book. The elf has his own journey of discovery as he is challenged to rethink his belief that all "mortals" are less than animals. Since he has suffered horrible abuse at the hands of a previous owner, it is difficult for him.
I enjoyed the pace of the story, the blooming relationship between the MCs, the journey of discovery and the narration was wonderful.
When Loren realized his true feelings in the shack during the storm.
Journey to Love.
The narrator for this book really did a great job at bringing the characters to life. His various British accents were great b/c when Americans think of elves we always think of England. The author did a great job of pacing the relationship. However, this is NOT erotica in any way. There is very little sex and even then it is "implied" not explicit. This aspect did not effect the emotional dimension of the book, I think it may have enhanced it. I had never heard of this author, but she did a wonderful job.
Yes, b/c after I got use to the narrator I think he did a good job. Also, Griffin and Ival are one of my favorite MM couples. NOTE: there is some weird echoing in the first chapter on the audio version, that clears up later; but it could put some listeners off. Also, the narrator seems very young, younger than I pictured the MCs, but like I said, you get use to it after a while.
This is an historical MM romance, similar to Trick of Time by JL Merrow.
He did a good job of bringing emotion to the story, But he did a horrible job with his accents. Really bad. I also couldn't differentiate btwn Griffin and Ival's voices, they sounded very similar. I think this was his first narration, he did an OK job, but Charlie Belmont, Paul Morey, Sean Crisden or Jack LeFleur would have been outstanding.
I think this book would make a great film. It is full of action scenes and supernatural happenings. And the romance is very sweet and sincere. I don't know what the "tag line" should be.
I listened to this book b/c I read it first and loved it. Also, the 2nd book in the series was coming out, which is also wonderful. Jordan Hawk does a great job of combining romance, emotion, action and adventure. A great cast of characters, similar to a Sherlock Holmes novel. I hope, Threshold (the 2nd book) is out on Audible too. I would definitely listen to it as well. It has even more action and a great supernatural story.
Maybe, this was an OK read, you just had to suspend any expectation of a realistic story line. Also there were some pretty big plot holes. But it wasn't "painful" to listen to like some other books.
He did OK, he is getting better. His narration is still a little "wooden" But again, it wasn't a bad listen.
This is a Harlequinn Romance novel. The MCs could be a pirate and a damsel he "kidnapped" b/c her father owed him a debt. It is actually pretty funny (unintentionally). That said, it is still a nice romance. But be warned, I though Eli was an a**hole and my opinion didn't change even with the HEA.
Sure, the writing was good and funny, but a REALLY short story.
The story was lame.
The narrator almost put me to sleep. Get Jack Le Fleur or Paul Morey.
Absolutely, the writing was witty and engaging, the story was just lame.
They should try again with a full novel and develop the characters more. They could even use these characters, they had lost of potential.
yes, the story was fine, predictable, but fine. Nice little shifter romance.
They had their HEA and it was obvious other books were contemplated.
Mr. Crisden was why I even bought the book. I love his narration b/c he can even bring mediocre characters to life.
Eh, sure why not. Don't have strong feelins one why or another. I wasn't that invested in the characters.
Maybe, if they were really into over the top sweetness btwn men.
The most interesting aspect was Kaden's journey to overcome his past. The least interesting was this weird relationship at the end with a little girl in the hospital. It didn't quite seem to fit the story and came out of nowhere. It was weird. Also, some of the dialougue was stiff and obviously not something a "real" person would say. I must admit to some eye rolling at it at times.
Logan admitting his love for Kaden.
This story is worth a listen but be warned it is over the top sweet. Don't get me wrong I LOVE sweet and tender, but this was way more. Also, the narrator does an OK job, but at time his narration is a little wooden. I've listen to other narrations from Mr. Gelder before, and he has never been one of my favorites. Although he does a better job on this than he did with Bulletproof (Mary Calmes).
Don't know I didn't read the print version, but the audio is great b/c Paul Morey is great. I love everything he narrates.
It is hard to compare b/c even though it is a separate love story, it is tied to the first two books. I would not call this a stand alone book, you really have to read them in order.
Yes and I will listen to ANYTHING Paul Morey narrates. This is like his other works, excellent.
I really enjoyed this series and the many characters involved. I was sad to see it end.
I loved the relationship btwn the two MCs. Amy Lane does a great job in writing "love" I usually get swept away by her writing.
I have listened to many of Mr. Crisden's performances, with Bear, Otter and the Kid being my favorite. He delivers another great performance here.
Without giving anything away, one of the MCs get hurt and the depth of the reaction from the other is moving. The ending is also great. I hope there is a sequel.
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