Everything. The pace was brilliant and the story line kept my attention through all the books.
I loved Elaine Brogan but Nick Le Grange was my favourite character. He is true, honest, street smart, witty and your good/bad boy who doesn't follow the rules. What u see is what u get.
All of them but I enjoyed Nick the most when he appeared. I also really enjoy some of the smaller characters like Toni & Dimitri.
When Elaine went to go and revisit her father and home town for closure.
This is a fantastic story about love, friendship, betrayal, revenge and truth. Elaine's life and journey is easily relatable, filled with good times and tough or dangerous situations. I'd definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good mystery and suspense type book with a touch of romance.
The plot is brilliant with twists and turns you don't see coming. Terra paces everything perfectly.
The character growth for all the characters throughout the story.
Initially I found Emily's narration to be a bit staccato getting in to the book. She didn't really draw me into the characters until about halfway through the first book where her pace evened out. I found that I enjoyed her voice when she acts out the other characters like Micah, Shawn and Cato more than when she is the main character Kaitlyn. By book two I settled into her narration style a little bit better and she became the characters more fully. Her transitions were fluid which helped the flow of the story.
yes, it tugged at my heartstrings throughout the story.
This was a great adventure and one that I will gladly listen to again!
The Drive-by wife was a great listen. Mike starts off with an intriguing captivating scene that gets you intrigued and keeps you listening from the word go. As I have come to expect from Mike, he starts off with a great hook to kick off the book. The characters are well rounded, each with their own ways which makes them interesting. I enjoyed the character development throughout the book, as Mike peeled away the layers of each character in different ways
I enjoyed the chapter where we learn were it all went wrong for Billy
Smooth, enjoyable, steady
Yes I would. It would make a great movie
The Drive-by Wife was an enjoyable listen, although I preferred Lust, Money & Murder. This is a great book for people who enjoy suspense with a dash of romance.
Yes, I enjoyed Wayne's narration of the story and I enjoyed the interesting characters, plot line and world Holloway created
I enjoyed all the scene's where the Djinn's sense of humor shine through the situation.
I could have listened to it in one sitting but I enjoyed listening to the story every morning and afternoon when I traveled to work.
Final Thoughts: I am so glad I requested this book. I would definitely pick up another book from J Kent Holloway and would be happy to listen to Wayne Farrell narrate another book.
** Note **
I received this audiobook free from the Audio Jukebox Solid Gold Reviewer Program and Seven Realms Publishing in exchange for an honest review. I received no chocolate or any other compensation in exchange for my review.
Yes, Tavia does a brilliant job of bring the characters to life and I loved the story/plot.
Only 1? I enjoyed all of the tender moments between Cat & Bones as well as all the humor throughout the book.
“Lucifer’s bouncing balls, Kitten, not again!
You’re not a woman, you’re the Grim Reaper with red hair!
Come on, Kitten, let’s go. Before you murder someone else.” -Bones&Cat”
Yes, I was pulled in completely. I laughed, cried became angry and enjoyed all the tender moments.
Brilliant brilliant brilliant book & Narrator!
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