The hero's story was the most interesting aspect. I wanted to find out his story. The heroine was not interesting at all.
Getting a narrator with a sultry voice would have helped this performance a lot.
The story is ok. It deserves to be read at least once.
TSTL heroines get on my nerves. I have a hard time getting through books where the heroines are too stupid to live.
Nope. She blew it. First and last time I get snookered into buying anything from this author. I want my money back.
Yes. The narrator was wonderful.
The Johanna Lindsey Mallory family novels. All the characters that matter to the story are well developed.
Violet. I could identify with her predicament. I could feel her pain make my chest tight around my heart.
I really loved the characters. I loved the story. I loved the narrator most of all. I didn't know what I would get since this is my first experience with this author. I will definitely look for more audiobooks by her as well as look up more books read by this narrator.
Nope. Neither one of these ladies appeals to me.
I told my friends to wait for the movie. This might be one of those cases where the movie is actually better than the book.
The scenes were fine.
I liked Christian's story. This three book saga would have been better if told from the hero's perspective or third person narration. Choosing to narrate the story through a first person account of the most annoying character in the book made it harder to get through the story.
They picked an awful narrator. The author needed a thesaurus. There were too many "oh my" and "he's hot" to the point where even I got aggravated. He's hot. I get it. I got it the first five times.
When he decided to take care of her virginity problem.
Nina Dobrev or someone with a not nasal voice.
Annoyance, mostly. I wanted to see the story to the end but found it painful to listen. A better narrator would have helped this story so much.
I like the idea behind the story. I like reading sappy romance novels. But I don't care for TSTL heroines. I read all three books. I think they deserve to be read at least once. I like the hero's story. I didn't care for the heroine. I tried hearing the first story again and found I just couldn't do it. Maybe I'll wait a few years and try it again.
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