Exciting story. History, Si-Fi, and a love story to span the ages. Wow! Nice read.
One of the top books I listened to.
It was like listening to a stereo type Italian family in the way they want to "help" our hero get his woman. It will make you laugh, cry, and feel like you want to jump in and help too.
When Christen sister tells him that she set him up with the woman he is destin to be with by tell her he is gay and though she is 20 years his senior there is nothing to worry about. She can just be a friend to hang out with.....
I have no idea.... Vamps meet Italians with an New York twist to it.
It is a great read for anyone who wants a lot of love and laughs, and yes even a few tears.
Maybe not....Too Much like the Gentry Series and your mind keeps wanting to make comparisons.
I really enjoy the narrator (Kimberly Alexis) without whom the story would have been good but nearly and memorable.
I thought that "the Killing Dance" was similar to Mistral's Kiss. Both had the same feel to them. Almost too much a like.
Anita of course with a close 2nd as Johan-Clud
Are people this angry and stubborn? I enjoyed the book, but could have used a bit less confrontation between the Dare and Angie. The weaving of the tale with the bear killings and her clients was pretty good.
Had to listen to this book twice because the nuances were such that I wanted to really under stand what was happening to Rachel &Trent and how the relationship between them would play out.
Rachel is not slow on the uptake but that kiss she and Trent had should have told her something.....I just didn't think she got it from the story's ending.
Rachel is a very passionate person. She gives her all for those she loves. Trent knows that. Ivy knows that, and yet. . . This ending was a bit flat....
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