This is a sweet story and Amy Lane isnt bad. I liked the characters she created, flawed and at the same time kind and compassionate. The narrator really need to stop screeching in that annoying tone when speaking for some of the characters!
Someone commented that the stories centered around provincetown was Pr for the vacation spot. And it might be (since im not a gay american, i had to look it up an YES it exists) but i liked the story. There were moments i had to laugh (the meeting in the leather (belts?) store was really funny) and the town kinds of gives the story a "year round" gay pride background but also tells the story of someone who have to live in gay pride land all year round - and find love and commitment in spite of that.
I had high hopes because this series have so many good reviews. I found it to be kind of like a teen series - not really bad but nothing special either. Feels like the kind of book u would make into a tv series like the vampire diaries and it would become very popular but the books would be forgotten.
I started listening to this series because of all the great reviews, and by now i listened to all of them, but i just dont seem to be able to connect to the characters in the books. I think its because i feel like im missing the main story - the background of the MCs plays a vital role in this series and i feel like there should have been a book 0. The stories are well written and i have nothing really bad to say - just a kind of hollow feeling that there should have been more.
I think maybe the headline says it all. I liked it but will not remember it in a month. Narrator fine
As a mary calmes fan i may expect too much when i start one of her new books - and i did enjoy this one. But i think she borrowed the personallities of her MC from Jory and Sam (matter of times series) Not complaining because i liked them but still it feel a little like deja vu.
The story is fine and if you havent read/listened to the other books u migth enjoy it more. If u loved the other books u will either like this just because it kinds of remind u of them or dislike it for the exact same reason.
I loved the first story, didnt like the second (mainly because i didnt like one of the MCs) and liked the third - but a 4th? Didnt get the connection to the others at first. And i think she should have stopped at the third. There was some small enjoyable moments but not a good story in it self - it feels like she wrote it too fast and didnt give u a feel for the MCs. I really dont like this narrator -and the fact that i liked two of the books anyway makes me think that it migth be better to actually read the books for a more enjoyable experience. He kinds of have the wrong emotions in his voice when he reads - i dont know why some narrators seems to think that surprise or questionmarks belong in every sentence!
This is absolutely one of the better ones. Love the aussie slang and its the kind of story where the setting of the story feels real. The love story is sweet and the people surrounding the mc have personallities and u grow to love them too. Good narrator.
I like the fact that you accually feel like the MC are real peope with real problems. I especially liked the fact that the entire background story isnt told right upfront and as the story unfolds, you begin to get a better feel for the MC.
Other than that it is also an ever-after lovestory.
Worth a listen but not in my top ten
I like Cardenos books, but this is not the best of them. Its a lovestory and as such it is a sweet story, but nothing much else to say about it. Narrator fine.
I love PNR and this is not a bad book, the author is not bad and the story is not comepletly as straight forward as most shifter stories. There is of course the bad guys and the good guys but surprisingly also some inbetween - who stays there in limbo throughout the story, which i find is not common in this genre and i enjoyed the fact that not all the characters where comepletely black or white.
I may listen to the rest when availiable - but it is not so remarkable that i will remember it in two weeks but not many books (especially from this genre) are.
And I guess thats my point - you will feel entertained and get away from the real world for a while - and then you will be able to pick up where you left of and not think about it again.
Narrator is fine.
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