Yes, because it is a satisfying story the characters are not your usual hero and heroine.
Nothing I've ever read.
Theo Mirkwood - such a loveable rogue
Parts were sad and parts were funny. Parts were very very hot!
Do yourself a favour and buy it
Yes, it is a thrilling and engaging read.
I liked that the hero Ian was flawed, he has aspergers and has suffered through a terrible time at an Asylum. The heroine is a widow, who has recently inherited a fortune.
She did a great job with all the male voices but the main character was off. I don't think she got the pronunciation of words correctly and I could tell she was American.
It made me laugh, cry and a little jealous of Beth.
Scalding Electric Comfortable
Vlad - he is so matter of fact, a man who does what he promises. Leila is an excellent Heroine she is very competent like Cat.
Tavia Gilbert is an expert Narrator and she excels at male voices, she does Vlad very well.
I listened to this book in two days! It is very compelling
My only 2 gripes are that this book is too short, and I wished Leila sounded different to Cat. Looking forward to the next one.
I love this series and I have listened to every book, but this book was a huge disappointment. It was as bad as I woke up and it was all a dream. Eric played little or no role in this book. There were no steamy love scenes. 90% of the book is in Sookie's head and her perception of her miserable life. Everyone loves Sookie, and yet she still isn't happy. The Fairies are weird and out of place.
The plot, Sookie has chopped and changed love interests too much. Sookie is preoccupied with money, and whinges about having to pay her electricity, there was too much mundane parts to the book. I kinda wanted Sookie to die.
Johanna Parker is an outstanding narrator and has been very consistent with her characters.
I watch True Blood.
I think my friends would get a kick of this story as it is very fast paced and has loads of action in the bedroom and on the field ;).
This story kind of reminds me of the Red Dahlia by Lynda La Plante and the Prime Suspect series written by Lynda La Plante because Lieutenant Eve Dallas is so single minded and focused on solving the murder at hand.
I have listened to Naked in Death and I continue to believe that Susan is an excellent narrator. I was surprised by her ability to do male characters.
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