A great assortment of short stories by great authors. Some stories are fantastic, some are just amusing. However defiantly worth a listen for those who enjoy the genre. Sexy, Steamy, HOT!
Each story was read by a different narrator, and gave it a bit more juice.....if you get my drift. I love Erotic collections, because it gives you a chance to here new authors.
No I haven't but I'll be looking for them in the future.
Yes several, but I don't like to influence other people in listening. Like I said if you enjoy Erotica, and Steampunk , I think you'll enjoy this group of stories. Many are 5 star, a few 4 star, and maybe 1 3 star, but that's just me.
I think it was well worth the time to listen to and I will listen to agan
More intense background into characters and much more action. This is a totally new way of looking at the genre.
Holly Jackson is perfect, one of my favorite narrators. She's great with voices and emotions. When I see she's narrating a book I always check it out.
When Ally was being choked, while so many people are dying around her Jesse chooses to try to save her.
I know the next book is out in print, I hope audible releases it soon also.
Jesse Sullivan is a Necronite, and snarky as well. Necronites (a rare 2% of the population who can be death replacement agents). This is a contemporary paranormal novel with such a wonderful twist on the whole genre. Kory M. Shrum knows how to throw humor into the darkest moments. (and there are some very dark moments)
Jesse, shes like a fire cracker on speed. Got to love her. She has a big heart for those she cares about and finds out that her life is more complicated than the ever thought.
Hollie Jackson is one of my favorite narrators. I've listened to her narrate many books and she always does a fantastic job with voices and emotions. When I see she's narrating a book I usually will almost always give it a try.
There were several but they are spoilers and I don't want to ruin it for anyone starting this series.
Looking forward to the second book in the series. The third book is not on Audible yet but I hope it will be soon.
I felt that the action and of course the villeins were what made this one of the most interesting so far. The different times they go to and the really scary things that happen every time to Max. I felt the best was Thermopylae
Max of course
I loved all the characters, they are very touching and you can't help but care about them. The villeins are really vile. I don't know if there will be any more in this series. If there are I know I'll most likely get.
If you think your family is dysfunctional this one will really make you think THRICE
It was a play, and each character was played by a different person. All done very well
No never heard any of these persons preform before.
It was hard not to have extreme reactions to this family. The heartbreak and snarky humor really floored me
This was a stage play that was recorded. It was done to perfection. I could picture what was happening and the anguish these people were feeling. In the end it was a gut wrenching story. .
If you listened to the first three in this series, you should listen to this. Remember this book takes place 20 years after the ending of the trilogy. Many things and people have changed. Even though Beauty is only 35, or 36 years old and still exquisite, there are many characters being brought back and some new ones to learn about.
The changes that are brought about in "Beauties Kingdom", It brings back a time of glory and a better hand of safety for those who CHOOSE to be SLAVES. In order to understand this book, you really have had to listen to the first three. (not abridged).
I have listened to several of the narrators and they all did a fine job in this book.
This book is not like the first three, it has a different slant, and it is changing the way the country is being run. Beauty sees a way to revive the land and bring people back. It works, and she also finds out that she can get what she wants as well and still be Queen.
Couldn't sum up in only three words too much going on .
Eve, and Peabody...... but all the characters and the emotions are fantastic
Susan Ericksen brought this book to life, Peabody's parents, when Eve and Rorke go to Dallas and she returns to the hotel where she left her father. So much emotion and power in the telling. This story was a knock out and done beautifully
I missed this one even though I have 39 books in the series. I just purchased when it was on sale and glad I did. So much in this story.
Even though I've listened to all the previous "In Death" books before this one. It didn't loose anything for me it really made some things clearer. Eve and Rorke both have lots of baggage from their childhood, Eve's being the most horrible. However they support each other. That is the bottom line. I've really like this series so far and glad I went back and got this book.
I've listened to all three books in this series, and thought it's supposed to be a trilogy. It was really exciting and full of action, except the ending left an opening for a sequel, another book in this series. I'm sure it will be good, but when you expect a trilogy, shouldn't it be that? Sometimes authors get caught up in their story lines and or characters. I'm not sure which. Kloos is fantastic with creating both, but I really get annoyed with authors that don't know when to end. Even if the series is fantastic, sometimes it's time to move on.
None stop action Kloos knows how to create action and keep it moving. Really love that.
Luke Daniels is one of my favorite narrators, from Iron Druid, to 600 hours of Edward. He's fantastic with voices, accents and emotions.
If the author chooses to continue this series I will get the next book, however I hope that he thinks of a way to end it with reason. I've had several authors end series very well and enjoyed the final book too. (Some don't end the series well, and that too is a shame)
Pleasantly surprised by the story line characters and interaction of the whole thing. I wasn't sure what I was expecting but I got on sale and got very good reviews. This isn't my normal read. but I really enjoyed to the very end..
Sunday and the entire Woodcutter family......the extended persons as well.
I never heard her before but she was perfect for this story
This was a marvelous mix of Grimm Brothers and a quirky sense of humor and the macabre. I enjoyed and found it better than expected. I may check out more of this authors work.
Most likely, it was well written and the story line was interesting. About a woman who's into the BDSM seen as a submissive, but wants to try topping. Her "Top" is not happy with this and they separate. In the interim she meets a vanilla rocket scientist (He really is) and they start something that ends up shaking both their worlds up more than they thought.
This is something that just might happen, where things in a persons life bring them to a point for them to make decisions about who they are and what they want to do with the rest of their lives. The woman in the story had a strong personality and she was willing to try new things.
There were several, one was when Ed tried topping Beth. Had some interesting moments.
When a person makes a choice to change their circumstance after 7 years its not easy, but it takes strength and faith in yourself to move on. I think that is something that touched me about this book.
I never listened to any other stories by this author but I know the narrator and the book was on sale so I gave it a try. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed the story.
I can only compare to the rest of the Jane Yellowrock series, and as usual it is a stand out short story. Well worth the price, and I got on sale.
A surprise for Jane, Nell is a really strange woman with powers, that she really doesn't want anyone to know about. (because for years she was tortured because of them and had to hide them) To Nell anything super natural is evil so she believes she is (at least this is what I get from her interactions with Jane)
I've listened to her in all of the "Yellowrock" series and in other audiobooks as well, she is a natural for narrations.
Don't let anyone know who you really are.
I hope that Faith Hunter finds a way to put Nell in future stories of Jane. I think bringing her out to accept who she is and give her faith in her powers could be a very interesting add on to a story. This was well worth the price for the story line even though the ending kind of left you hanging about Nell.
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