Cade. He is this ripped, sexy, charismatic Dom with a heart of gold!
This was my first book that Mr. Fox narrated. I would definitely listen to other books Mr. Fox performed.
Yes! I did LOL at a lot of the reactions Riley, Cade and Trevor had when getting to "know" each other.
This is a very sexual read. If you aren't into threesomes M/F/M then this is not the book for you.
Passion, Fear, Love
I think the bond that Nora and Julian achieve is amazing. Against all the odds, these two broken people, find what they need in each other.
I thought Ms. Rae was fantastic!! I really liked the voice she used for Julian.
What happens when you love the Monster as much as the Man.
This book had me at hello. Yes, it is dark. Yes, I guess there is some dubious parts to this book. But I think you will be cheering for Nora and Julian. Is it worth your credit.....ABSOLUTELY!!
Definitely all the humor in this series!
Any interactions between Smitty and any of the male shifters plus a few of the females.
No, this was my first book with Ms. Kane as the narrator. I really like Ms. Kane! Her southern accent was right on.
Yes, I LOL more than once!
This is a really funny, sweet, sexy story! I will definitely be listening to the next in the series!
Absolutely! Even though this was a very emotional journey so many good things came from all the gut wrenching plot. I think I would fall in love a little more with Hudson each time I listen to this trilogy. Alayna and Hudson are my "book" power couple!
Definitely Alayna trying to find that perfect outfit to wear once she got to Japan to surprise Hudson. Only to find out Hudson had come home and rented out the club and had decorated it with rose petals, candles and his hot self!
I like Ms. Robins voice for all the ladies but her voice for Hudson is just all wrong. I'm sorry to say.
I was glad Alayna and Brian were able to mend fences.
This is a wonderful series that I am so glad I took a chance on!!
Definitely! Yes, this is a dark book. But it kept just enough light here and there so you didn't feel like you were drowning in sensitive, awkward, dubious content. Once you got over the initial shock of what was going on the story really started to develop. And you just had to know what was going to happen to Livvie? Could Caleb really do that to her?
There isn't one as far as I'm concerned it is a category all on it's own.
Probably Caleb climbing in the tub with Livvie. Bathing her, taking care of her, holding her.
For revenge he will do the unthinkable.
Yes, this a hard read. Yes, there are a lot of really awful things that go on in this book. If you have a hard time with violence this is probably not a good read for you. But if you can just get through those first really rough chapters I promise you will not be sorry you took the chance on this book!
I'm not sure but I'm leaning towards no. The way Hudson's voice is described is not at all how it was narrated.
I loved Hudson and Alayna working on his business proposal and Hudson falling asleep before Alyana came out of the bathroom was just adorable!
I really had a hard time with the voice for Hudson. It was just awful.
I couldn't turn this book off!! I had to finish. It did make me cry. That last chapter in Alayna's new office. Wow Huds!!
This is a wonderful love story. I saw a review that said "these two were really broken people. Not like Christian Grey, he was fixable." Ok I'm sorry but Christian Grey liked to tie up, beat and sleep with girls who looked like his dead crack whore mother!! Hudson played the "Cruel Intentions" game and Alayna had some stalking problems. They both knew they had a problem, got help and told each other about their "addiction." IMO, Christian is the really really broken person and I think Ana enables his dysfunction . Not Hudson or Alayna.They truly are better together than apart. I am so cheering for them!! My new book boyfriend is so definitely Hudson!
The story is fantastic. Adrian didn't disappoint! But I would not recommend this audiobook. For me I like a narrator that keeps continuity with the character. This narrator was all over the place with each character. Very disappointing!
Tegan's character development.
In the first book she was spot on for Tegan. No matter if he was being slammed into a mirror of glass or killing a rogue his voice was always the same. In this book his voice was all snark, anger, etc. Also, Niko sounded anything but Russian and Dante and Rio were basically the same voice.
When time doesn't heal your wound there is always revenge.
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