The story was captivating and ended all too soon.
I really enjoyed the development of the main character. The character had long term goals beyond the relationship.
I loved that the fey realm is entered by one of "us" and seen through our eyes. I love details, like iPods not working, etc.
The dance where she meets the winter prince.
I love her interpretation of Puck.
I couldn't hardly put this down. I was captivated.
I don't care if its a "Tween" series. It is a well written story for any age listener.
I like the fact that we get the human perspective in this book.
The ending is dark and foreboding. Wish there was more time with the lead after the final show down.
Loved Jake's performance. I didn't notice the performance so much as I believed I was listening to the characters.
Great characters in this one. Love the view into the fey in our realm.
Anne Flosnik is a wonderful narrator for the regency romance novel. She can make an average novel seem better. Mary Balogh's book 2 is so similar to book 1, that I'm not sure there is a point to getting book 3.
The ending was good. I loved the mud pit scene.
The grouchy uncle was awesome!!
This is not TV/ movie material
I did enjoy it for the most part. Thought some of the scenes were a bit over the top and somewhat formula based.
I love stories about the Scots.
Narrator's attempt at a Scottish accent came off as slavic.
I will want to listen to books 2 and 3. Rionna was my favorite character.
These are not the best, but in the same vein as Julie Garwood.
I will listen to this over and over. The non perfect characters wrestling with real problems that real people have is very compelling.
Caleb is my favorite Graham yet. He's doing his own thing, not just a cookie cutter character that you get in most series.
Amanda does such a great job emoting the personal struggles of Anna/Tina. I really feel like I can see through Anna' eyes.
The scene where they have to get the ring. That was hilarious.
This is a wonderful series. I'll be seeking out more from Molly Harper.
I have not read the print version
This is part 2 of a series. I've not read any other books quite like these, but the writing is on par with Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse novels.
The scene where Maggie bites Nick in the bottom.
The scene in the hospital after the wreck broke my heart a little.
The best thing I can say about this book is that I immediately downloaded book 3 of the series. Captivating. I love the residents of the Crescent Valley.
I will listen to this again and again, its a great story
This is not your typical werewolf story. People have jobs to go to, and bills to pay. No one is ridiculously wealthy. Its a little more adult in that way.
This is my first recording by Amanda. She did a great job.
I laughed several times.
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