Sure. Enjoyable story, complicated, LOVE Marc Thompson.
When Vestara kills . . . spoiler. It really surprised me.
Great series. Hate to come to the last book.
I think Ian's story is the best romance ever; I think Elliot's story was just slightly #2. But the ick factor of Daniel's story was just too much. I finished it thinking it had to eventually have something I would enjoy. It did not. Sorry.
Makes the girl voices sound silly.
Tries to include humor in exactly the wrong spots, and it never works. Actively disliked the ending to the second book. Deleted the third.
I usually LOVE Kleypas. I liked the hero but I just couldn't care about the heroine. I know I was supposed to feel sorry for what had happened to her but something about her behavior kept me from caring. Not my favorite.
Another fun romance from Elizabeth Hoyt. The reader makes every man in the book sound like an idiot so you have to get used to that at the beginning and then just enjoy the story. LOVE this series! Get the other reader back for the next book.
I enjoyed every bit of this series. Third is the best, the second the weakest. And this one, the first one,starts it all off great. Those reviewers that want more realism historically . . read nonfiction. I want to have fun, I want the hero and heroine to fall quickly. Hoyt's characters are unusual but still sexy. And there is none of that "mistaken understandings" that part the couple so stupidly. I had fun listening.
Good hero. Good storyline. Not near enough romance. I felt like the author was in a hurry to finish writing it so she could get to the next one. I adore Amanda Quick novels. There just wasn't the emotion in this one I have come to expect.
I liked the hero and the heroine. Liked the storyline. Romance felt unemotional or dull. Not sure what was off with the romance. It was OK.
I wondered when I started this series why anyone would want to read book after book about the same situation. And yet, every time I order the next book, I just love it. The relationships of the characters, really knowing them and knowing what they will do for each other, keeps me moving on to the next.
I have read or listened to most of Ms. Garwood's historical fiction and thoroughly enjoyed them. This was just dull. The first 9 chapters should have been one. I couldn't keep myself from skipping to the next chapter in hopes of some action. I liked the characters, especially the hero. I even liked the set-up and the overall plot. It just took too long to describe what was happening, and included so much trivial junk, that I would skip to the next chapter. Wished for better.
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