I loved this book. I listen to alot of audio books and this one was by far the best. There were several instances were shivers ran up my spine as I was listening to this book. On more then one occasion I would get home and sit in my car listening to this book because I didn't want to turn it off. I would give it more then 5 stars if I could.
I have enjoyed this series and the world the author has created immensely. This book however went to far when it came to the frequent sex scenes. I don't know if the publisher pushed her for more racy content or her mind was just in the gutter while writing this. When I found myself getting bored after another long encounter between our two protagonists I gave up and started fast forwarding through them. This book would have been just fine and missed nothing by skipping most of these scenes. They didn't add anything, just seemed to be there for the titillation factor. Besides that, another interesting tale told by Jeaniene Frost
I have been burning through this series enjoy each one more then the last, until now. This isn't the fault of the author, but the terrible narrator. This woman tried so hard to make male voices that all she did was destroy the narration, taking you out of the story. Her male voices sounded either drunk, mentally challenged, or like they smoked 4 packs of cigarettes every day. Add on to that the fact that she repeatedly miss-pronounced the name of Jamie Vegas. I have no idea how she got "Hamie" from Jamie, but she did. As I look forward to the rest of the series I am only filled with trepidation noticing that she is the narrator for the next few books also. I just wish a series could keep one narrator for the entire series.
As for the story. It was another great installment in this series with all the twists and turns that Kelley Armstrong is so great at creating. I love how she is able to give her characters depth and a well roundness that many authors lack. I feel like I know these characters as people. With faults, hopes and dreams. I would highly recommend this entire series to anybody.
In short, if you are debating reading or listening and don't care either way, Then read this book. Don't skip this one either way...just be forewarned.
I thought this was a great book, the audio was a little poor, but I quickly stoped noticing this problem
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