Wisconsin | Member Since 2014
This audiobook ranks high in the category of "young adults ". Very well written and acted out in the audio book.
I like Noah, probably because he is the stronger character and very supportive of Echo when she needs it.
I almost prefer to have a male and female read the separate parts than have one actor read both.
I cried along with Echo when she remembered the time she fell one the stain glass window her mentally ill mother made. Then drugged by her mom. Echo tried to get her father via phone, but only voice mail while her mother continued to attempt to kill her.
When Echo confronted her father as to what he left her there. Why didn't he check his phone? Why he doesn't love her? I was very sad, as her dad just only say he was sorry.
I thought it was a great that Echo's dad did not jump down Noah's throat with 20 questions, etc., when Echo came down in a sleeveless dress for a school dance allowing her to be herself and Noah said she is beautiful. That was all Echo's father needed to hear.
I was slow to start this new series by Kristin Proby. I should have known that Proby would take the reader into her world, a small town in Montana where everyone knows everyone but cares for each other.
In today"s fast pace world where every young person is abandoning our small town USA for the big city, it was nice to slow down and share in the love.
I waited for two years for this book/audio to come out. It took me four days to get through it. Now the wait again :-(. I love this series.
I was actually surprised by the total destruction to Vlad's property and how Lelia was treated when she was captured. We're these my favorite parts, I can't say, but Jeannine Frost is willing to surprise her fans with her work.
Yes, if I could, I would have listened to all 8 hours in one sitting.
I listened to all three books within two days. The narrator was very good. The writing was very entertaining, while covering the music industry, drug and alcohol abuse and a lost of a child. Put this trilogy on your list.
It is definitely. a good title for this tragic love story. I can only hope that the the third part will bring our HEA.
I love this book. I would definitely take the entire series and listen to it again. The narrator, Charlotte Perifield, does an excellent job in reading the book and keeping my attention throughout the series.
I love Brooke. Her sincerity towards Remy is real. She has a big heart and is willing to deal with a partner who has a mental illness. She wants to follow a healthy diet and exercise program for Remy's bi-polar disorder, but the depression is so low chemical help is needed.
When Brooke broke her word and left. Remy after the fight. He was unable to speak due to just coming out of a coma and tubes were still down his throat. Brooke felt she could not watch the man she loved, intentionally injure himself for Brooke, or Nora, or Remy. She asked Remy to stop doing that. But Brooke also promised that nothing would separate her and Remy.
One of the top ten.
When Roxie was beaten, near raped, tied up, and kidnapped by her ex-boyfriend, Billy.
My favorite scene is when Roxie's mother "mom bomb" Hank's house with Halloween decorations and then proceeded to offer Luke "hot cocoa, coffee, maybe tea." Not understanding the purpose of the body guard.
Roxie and Hank are at the social event of the season when her ex-boyfriend,Billy, arrives to take Roxie with him by force if needed. After Billy is taken into custody I thought the argument between Hank and Roxie as to how the take down went down, and then who would have the last word. It was also nice to see the Rock Chicks" have Roxie's back during this argument.
Kristen Ashley takes a serious social issue, battered women, and she takes us on Roxie's journey. The transformation Roxie goes through in order to have the courage to stand up to her abuser in the end. Of course it has it funny moments and sexy moments, which makes the book worth listening to.
Yes, I love the series.
I liked the main character/vampire Amaury.
Mr Foley has a pleasant voice to listen to when bringing in both male and female point of view. Also, he changes his voice well that I can tell the different between males and or females etc. Not every narrator can do this.
I ended up listening to most of it in one sitting. I thought the story had a slow start so it did take me a few days to get past the first 50 plus pages.
This book introduces the New York Vampires into this story and all the drama between Zane, Quinn, and Yvette with the San Francisco's main characters. As Amaury learned the hard way, don't have sex with some one at work, as women have long memories and grudges. I don't know when Yvette will or if she will forgive & forget whatever happened. Though this has little to do with the main story we all love a little soap opera. It should be interesting to read the series as a lot This book was little slow in the beginning.
An unknown vampire is using mine control to use Security Guards to kill their clients and then themselves. A woman, (main character and new love interest for Amaury) Nina, is the foster sister of this security guard and is out for vampire blood to find out who killed her brother.
This book introduces the New York Vampires into this story and all the drama between Zane, Quinn, and Yvette with the San Francisco's main characters.
As Amaury learned the hard way, don't have sex with some one at work, as women have long memories and grudges. I don't know when Yvette will or if she will forgive & forget whatever happened. Though this has little to do with the main story we all love a little soap opera.
It should be interesting to read the series as a lot can happen over 500 plus years between these vampires. happen over 500 plus years between these vampires.
I thought the audio edition was fair. The voice was a bit whining at times, making it hard to stay with the book.
The author was good at introducing the main character, Natalie, to the O'Connor family. As the book continued it was fun to have the extended family in Ireland get involved in everyone's business.
I learned a lot about archaeology, which was very interesting.
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