This a good book....all around feel good story; predictable in places but light easy reading that helped make my commute bearable.
If you need a break from heavier things; reading, work, life - this is your book; restored my faith that there is still a place for simple, good love stories. Ahhhhhh
Storm Warrior was good but missed great by quite a bit. There were too many plots going on simultaneously.....the steamy sex scenes seemed as though they belonged to another book. The Highland Warrior from 2000 years ago wasn't plausible - even the central character didn't buy it.....she ended up seeming shallow and sappy - how did she make it through Vet school? The magic was good - the final conflict was well done.
If you want Highland Warrior - read The Secret and if you want Fae read the Fairwick Trilogy......
Not moved enough to invest in the sequel.......
This was definitely worth the journey! A bit slow getting started and nearly bailed an hour in but in the end I was glad I hadn't given it up.
I understand that this title has been completely rewritten and the Author explains at the end why he was moved to do so. Hearing about what he changed - it sounds as though these were needed improvements. It was entertaining and the character Purcell was so dry....there were parts that were laugh out loud funny......."right....." A twisted love triangle helped keep it well balanced. Some parts dragged a bit -- their travels through Rome and the parts about the Vatican were great - the political climate he described in Ethiopia was interesting to say the least. Overall well worth the credit!
This held promise for a great book and the story line had so much potential.... It was good, but fell way short of great - just a little too young adult and a little too school girlish.....
The narration was very good -- Bliss as herself and the Brit accent for Garrick was also very good.
The story as is would make for a better movie than a book.
Faking It - the next in the series - got much better reviews...but reluctant to use the credit given the lukewarm experience of this audiobook......
I loved, loved, loved this book. I am admittedly a Shakespeare fan and have always loved Macbeth. This story is excellent and the narration is perfect. Macbeth's character fleshes out perfectly as does Lady Macbeth and the witches - OH THE WITCHES - are so perfectly dark and sinister.
I have recommended this to friends who are Shakespeare fans and non Shakespeare fans alike for the story and narration. The epilogue at the end of how the story was developed and the authors' intent in writing the way they did was excellent. More please!!
Thank you for an audiobook I thoroughly enjoyed and will listen to again and again!
I have many business books but not many fall into the category of outstanding. Truly a prescription for a successful leader. I lead leaders and will most definitely use this in my work. I have quoted extensively - my favorite part is when people get into a negativity spin they exhibit this with 3 "P's" over time; first they take it personal; then it becomes pervasive; and finally it becomes permanent. This helped me see a struggle with one of my leaders in a very clear way.
I purchased this in hardcover so as to have it as a reference and have recommended it to many already.
I see there is a workbook and also other titles by Dr. Cloud - I am sure I will be investigating these too.
This was a good book - not great but good. The narration by Cassandra Campbell made it and the charm of the Italian aunts and New York home were very good; also the beach home was great too.
The sick boyfriend was really sick and there were parts that were tied up in family history that took a long time to uncover - lots of detail that was sometimes critical to the story but easy to miss. Felt like a long time waiting for things to happen in this book and not always sure where it was headed, but lacking true suspense.
I had this in my wish list for a long time and I'm glad I finally read it. A decent read though not sure I would recommend.....
This was a really nice story - not twisted plots but great characters. One reviewer wrote if you like fairy tales you would like this story and this is very accurate. Well spent credit about life in a little NC town, complete with southern drawl. Sweet!
This story was excellent AND the narrator was also wonderful! (I am so glad I didn't let the poor reviews of this narrator dissuade me!!)
An absorbing historical romance with charming characters -- I loved this book and did not want it to end!! So sad to see that Audible doesn't have Ransom - the next in the series (hint, hint!)
The narrator does whisper and like another reviewer said the dialogue between Judith and Ian is outstanding -- pillow talk really and so seductive..... The whispers of the elders only added to the charm of these Scottish Warrior leaders.
This book was awesome! Great plot and very well developed characters. I never really thought about how a volcaic erruption would progress, but the author did a fantastic job of describing the impact through the various stages of devastation; the effect makes it impossible to stop listening!! The Aquarius as the central character having an engineering background investigating the interruption of the water supply works really well. The love interest is a great addition and also the fates of the various characters is very well done. The narration was perfect.
Excellent read and very well spent credit!
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