I LOVED the story. I've read this book several times on my own. I DISLIKED the narration.
The story itself was fabulous.
I just cannot get into the story because whenever the female narrator tries to sound like a large, alpha male, it totally took me out of the story. It sounded so silly that I couldnt get into the scenes. The story would read, "His low voice spoke in a sensual whisper..." Well, it wasn't low and it sounded ridiculous NOT sensual. It lost me and I couldn't finish listening. I finished it by reading it on my own.
Only if the part of Nikolai isn't played by a woman trying to be a man.
ABSOLUTELY! Robert does an AMAZING job bringing life to these characters. Not only that, his voice and well developed acting ability make every scene alive and vivid.
I love Will. His history is heartbreaking, his life was dark, stark, and filled with grief and guilt, but he had such immense strength (physical, mental, and emotional), such deep love, and such a wonderful sense of humor that Chloe couldn't help but fall in love with him.
Oh, hard to choose, although any scene in which his is talking dirty kind of made me smile, lol.
I did. Thank God for road trips.
This is, by far, my favorite of the IAD series. Kresely, you've outdone yourself with this one. Bravo!
Absolutely. Robert's voice and acting ability brought the characters to life!
It cannot compare.
All of the battle scenes. I also enjoyed the final scene between Trehan and Bettina where he is begging her to love him back. Spectacular!
A Prince without a Kingdom Battles to Win the Queen who Rules His Heart.
LOVE the audio version of this book. I look forward to hearing Mr. Petkoff take on Lothaire and MacReave!
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