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The Sinclair family is quite a scandalous bunch...and none more so than little sister Charlotte.
I wish the book was longer because with an hour and a half to go....all kinds of sparks started to fly. I mean so much could have been done with these last elements, but maybe the author was just ready to wrap the series up.
This book has very little plot other than being a book about a casual love affair....but the Pembroke series drags you in and you enjoy all the siblings stories. Charlotte and Drake do have a steamy love affair.
It was nice to hear about Adelaide and William as well....heartwarming addition to the story. The end of this book gets really interesting ....oh what a tangled web!
This book wraps up everything in a nice bow. ..but I wish there were more siblings to write about.
MacLean is great at character development and dialogue. I really love her style!
Landor is an awesome narrator!!
Listen to the whole series - you wont be disappointed!
I enjoyed this book quite a bit. It is like "Dangerous" also by Quick, but much better.
I think it is worth a credit.
I had great hopes for a fun easy to listen to book. While it was an easy listen...and it was a sweet story...it just lacked in the writing department. I don't know what it was but the love scenes were strange....just the way they were written. most of the book just gave me the feeling it was a writers first book...but I have no idea if it was or wasnt...just seemed that way.
I don't think it is worth a credit. Maybe if you get it really really cheap.. but I was dissapointed.
Narration was fine. Not bad..not great. Just fine.
I enjoyed this book. I did feel like the story and relationship development was not as well done as the other books. I wasn't as invested with this sisters relationship, but would say it was a nice wrap up to the series. I hated the epilogue ..... I mean no spoilers but it wasn't what I wanted in an epilogue!
This is a story of my city....my school....my friends....with all the little deep dark secrets I never knew. This book may be about a boy growing up and his perfect world changing before his eyes....but to me it was a story that touched my heart and soul and brought back memories of black smoke rising from my school, milk crates, parties after dances, friends I haven't seen since graduation....memories of a childhood.
The narrator does a good job. He is not perfect but he is still very good.
This book is a mystery...and a coming of age....a little dark....but it's honest. I can't wait for more from M.O. Walsh.
Worth a credit for sure!
At this point in the series there is no point in a "review" I mean really.....you are going to listen....you have to...you have to have more Jaime & Claire....but in this book you really get invested in more characters. Drama, Suspense, Mystery, Love, Hate.......Laugh, Cry, longing....this book has it all.
Diana is a master of detail that brings a scene to life. She is detailed....but none of the detail is over done ... It's perfect. Davina Porter is as always A M A Z I N G
The attraction started taking root in the first book Silk is for Seduction. I really like Sophy in book one...but I Loved her in this one. I could not stand Longmore in book one...but he is adorable, sweet, and funny in this book. I especially enjoyed him talking to himself.
I loved the back and forth banter between Sophy and Longmore. Their's is a much lighter and sweet relationship than Marceline and Cleveland's which was smoldering and passionate. that's not to say there isn't passion....there is a lot....maybe more.
There aren't a lot of twists and turns in this plot.....it is not as complex as the first. It's an easier, lighter listen with more fun. I smiled, laughed and even teared up. It is well worth a credit...great series!
Loved this book. After Lord of Scoundrels I was eager to listen to more books by Chase. "Silk" didn't disappoint! I actually liked Marcelline's character and LOVED the witty dialogue between her and pretty much every character she encountered.
All the elements were there for a great HEA. I was frustrated, teared up, laughed out loud and felt sorrow. I can't wait to get into the next books in the series.
Kate Reading is the MASTER! I would listen to her read the phone book. She is OUTSTANDING as usual.
Worth a credit..... Chase is becoming one of my favorite authors quickly!
The Gangs all here! I love when books in a series include previous characters and this book does that in spades! This is a wonderful book. I highly recommend the entire series.
Narration is way better in this book than in the first...i guess since there is no American accent in this book.
The end is a bit peculiar. While it is good...i felt like we were owed more. It was joyful, ominous, and unfinished all at the same time. I almost wonder if we may see a new book in the series later on.
It's strange to say but as I began drums of autumn I realized that I was missing one of the main characters that was always in the background. The setting of Scotland and France and all the foreign places I as an American love to hear about. But of course as soon as the story began to unfold, I realized that this early America (while I could visualize the landscapes a little more easily) was still a place that was exotic and unknown to me.
Gabaldon knows how to have you laughing one second and rip your heart from your chest in the next.
If you've had trouble liking Lord John Grey in the previous books you may find that you finally like him in this book.
Brianna and Roger have begun to be an integral part of the story and while I originally thought I would dislike this.....oh it is a wonderful thing now.
It's just wonderful. It has everything the other books have...the things that keep you glued to the story and tile things that make you laugh out loud, cry out loud, curse Diana Gabaldon and praise her.
It's not like you won't listen to this book. You have to. And if you consider listening or not listening based off of reviews when you are this far in the series....you probably aren't as invested in the series as the rest of us and need to move on!
I'm no prude....but I do like some sort of halfway plausible story to go with a lot of intense sex scenes. Well written sex scenes was all this story had going for it. Unbelievable story...like way off....and I hated the main male character. I wasn't a big fan of the narrator, but I can't say it was narration that ruined it. Too far fetched. I love Maya Banks' Highland Romance books, but this particular erotica wasn't for me.
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