A little bit of a different take on the regular Urban Fantasy. Loved the characters, especially the little brothers. Wonderfull narration by Renee Raudman.
Loved this book and the narration was very well done. I'm glad to have another favorite on audio.
Lord of Scoundrels has been one of those books, that if it were in paper I'd have read it to tatters by now. It's a constant re-read for me. Now with Kate Reading's excellent and witty narration, the story takes on even more depth of feeling and more humor, if that's possible. I loved this audiobook and recommend it highly to anyone who is a fan of this author and this story.
Now can we please have the Carsington Brother series? Pretty Please?
Chris Patton's narration is even better in the second book of the Adrien English series. The was a very enjoyable listen of one of my favorite series.
I had recently re-read this book when I bought the audio book. I like it even more as an audiobook. Kevin R. Free's narration of Kit Holmes is just perfect. J.X.'s voice is also dead sexy.
It's a perfect case of a favorite book being converted into now a favorite narrated audiobook.
Another good narration by Max Miller. The story was an enjoyable fantasy. The world building was very interesting and I'd like to know more.
I have not read this book before, and the story was very entertaining. The narration of all the characters, even for the secondary characters with their East Coast accents was extremely well done.
I loved Perry. Such a sweetheart. I laughed when he turned down an offer of a beer because he had already brushed his teeth that evening.
Good voices, nice inflection and professional narration.
I like the name as it is. What kind of question is that?
This is not going to cut it. I would rather have waited for Marster's schedule to be cleared up and buy the audio book later than have a different narrator.
As it is I will buy this in print and break up my series. I do not want Harry's voice messed up for me.
Dark Desire is one of my favorite of the Carpathian novels, however the awkward narration by Juanita Parker really marrs the enjoyment story. Feehan's style in these books is a bit on the Gothic side, and a more thorough read-through or practice session before recording may have helped. The narrator stumbles quite a bit.
I really enjoyed hearing more about William, whom we met in On the Edge. It was an entertaining story and wonderful narration by Renee Raudman.
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