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K. April Holgate

Take a look it's in a book...Reading Rainbow!

Moosic, PA, United States | Member Since 2012

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  • Wings of Shadow: The Underground Trilogy, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Anna Kyss
    • Narrated By Meghan Lewis
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (18)
    Performance
    (16)
    Story
    (17)

    Meghan's graduation gift is one that any eighteen-year-old would dream of: traveling abroad to England. Her journey turns into more adventure than expected when Meghan meets the mysterious Kiernan and is introduced to a strange society hidden beneath the streets of London. The fittest win out at the expense of their rivals... When Meghan's life is threatened, she flees the city and seeks sanctuary in a distant village: a place unseen by human eyes for over one hundred years.

    Amy says: "The heroine killed this book"
    "Great narrator, tough concept"
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    I can be iffy when it comes to fantasy reads. This one was interesting and created intriguing world, It just didn't thrill me. The concept wan't anything new, good fae vs bad fae. It is kind of all over the place and I had a hard time keeping with the whole plot. Lots of stupid girl moments for the heroine.

    I listened to the audiobook narrated by Meghan Lewis, who does a fantastic job. Honestly her great read is one of the things that kept me listening. She has a terrific pace that keeps the book moving. One of the highlights of this book are the narrators skillful accents. I really enjoyed her work and would love to hear more reads from her.

    Disclosure - I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts, opinions and ratings are my own.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Tied Up in Wonderland: Naughty Fairy Tales

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By London Saint James
    • Narrated By Jazmin Kensington
    Overall
    (4)
    Performance
    (4)
    Story
    (4)

    Once upon a time there was a snoopy reporter, one Master Dom who wanted her for his own, and an underground bondage club that could mean the story of the year. When Allison McCray decided to go undercover and pose as a submissive college girl named Alice Smith, she may have found herself in over her head. Especially when she becomes the new pet of someone they call Master Hatter.

    K. April Holgate says: "Yummy smexy BDSM"
    "Yummy smexy BDSM"
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    Oh lordy, this is a hawt read!!! I am talking right from the first scene!!! If you are looking for steam to scorch your device, this one serves up some blazing smexy bedroom time!! In fact, not of the book is hot steamy action. Loads of yummy BDSM as well.

    There is enough story here to hold you attention when they are not getting busy. The Alice in Wonderland reference is very loose. But I am not mad about that. I appreciate the author took this in her own direction and did not rely on the gimmick.

    I really like Allison and her brash attitude. She is a gal who knows what she wants! Definitely the kind of heroine I prefer. And she is not ashamed of her sexuality!! You go girl!

    The mystery of Master Hatter was fun to see play out, there are several candidates along the way! The other angle on the story were the missing girls, I do wish there were more build there.

    I listened to the audiobook narrated by Jazmin Kensington, who was delightful. I enjoyed the way she let the voices flow and the energy of the scenes came through. She has a delicious rasp to her voice that fits the men and women alike. It was a great listen from beginning to the end. She is a new narrator for me, but you can bet I will be looking for more of her reads!

    I have had this ebook on my computer for some time, shame on me for not reading it sooner. Happily, it came out in audio, which I have more time to listen/read.

    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. I listen at double speed, all my impressions of the narration are from that setting. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! You can see more audiobook reviews on my blog Eargasms Audiobook Reviews ***

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • The Selkie Enchantress: Seal Island Trilogy, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 7 mins)
    • By Sophie Moss
    • Narrated By Hollis McCarthy
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (32)
    Performance
    (31)
    Story
    (30)

    Irish islander Caitlin Conner has been in love with professor of Irish folklore Liam O'Sullivan for as long as she can remember. But just when he is starting to look at her as more than a friend, a mysterious woman arrives on Seal Island and captures his heart. As Caitlin discovers the truth behind the woman's lies, she realizes Liam is trapped in a dangerous enchantment and the only way to break the spell is to uncover a secret Irish fairy tale that has remained hidden for hundreds of years.

    LilMissMolly says: "Blend of Beauty and the Beast and Little Mermaid!"
    "Nice but not what I expected"
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    I really enjoy this series, such rich myth from Ireland mixed with modern times. I love all the engaging and dynamic characters.

    Here we have the love story of Caitlin and Liam, who we met in the first book as supporting characters. I had an issue with their story because it goes in a direction other than is implied in the first book. Through their own thoughts and those of their friends, you get the picture of unrequited love. That is not how things are presented here, this book tells of encounters between the two over the span of years. That bothered me, because it was not the first impression I was given.

    Aside from my major issue, I did enjoy the story and all the drama mixed in from the fairytale. It was a great mixed narrative, giving POV from the leads and supporting characters. This made for a richer read that includes the reader in all events. I loved being in all their heads and understanding their motivations. It makes you empathize with one of the antagonists. Hard to hate her when you know her story and why she feels she has to do what she does. I do wish there were an epilogue for her.

    There are a few heart wrenching moments along the way. Have tissues handy, just in case you get weepy.

    The bedroom door is open of the one smexy scene. Not full on erotic detail, but enough to make ya blush!

    I listened to the audiobook narrated by Hollis McCarthy, who delivers another delightful performance. I adore her lilting Irish accents. Such wonderful variety throughout. There are a few spots where they get less distinct, notably when conversing with an American character. That is the only nitpicking I have. The pace flows with the story and keeps the movement of the story intact.

    Overall, I enjoyed this story, just a bit disappointed it wasn't what I expected of the romance. I am very eager to see the results of the next romance. That will definitely finish this trilogy with a bang!!

    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. I listen at double speed, all my impressions of the narration are from that setting. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! You can see more audiobook reviews on my blog Eargasms Audiobook Reviews ***

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Fairyproof

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 25 mins)
    • By Constance Phillips
    • Narrated By Kellie Kamryn
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (3)
    Performance
    (2)
    Story
    (1)

    When Monique finds out her brother, Kieran, is planning her future with the one fairy she wants nothing to do with, she seeks refuge in the human world. Now Kieran fears she will be the next victim in a string of murdered fairies and is determined to bring her home. Hiding should be a breeze. She can control any human with a flirtatious smile and an attraction spell. Until she meets Daniel Elliot, the only human who's immune to both.

    K. April Holgate says: "Really bad production quality"
    "Really bad production quality"
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    I am clearly not on the same page as other reviewers of this book. It was all over the place. There are just too many characters to follow and not enough build to make you care about them. I usually enjoy a mixed narrative, but the multiple POV did not flow smoothly.

    I really loved the concept, it just did not come through in my opinion. From the start the story drags, it takes a long time to get to the major plot points. By then I just could not care about the characters. Monique was not my kind of gal, while she was sassy, she tried to rest too much on her fairy sex power. Kieran, might care about his sister, but he seems to be more about his own interests. Daniel appears to be a nice guy, but he just did not excite me.

    Unfortunately, I listened to the audiobook narrated by Kellie Kamryn, she just did not do it for me this book. She has a nice pace and decent voices. The major issue is the quality of the recording. There is a background noise that makes it sound like she is miles away for me the microphone. It makes it very difficult to enjoy this book.

    The combination of poor production quality and slow story, made this a less than stellar read. I was so disappointed because the blurb and cover held such promise. Maybe this would have been a different review if I had read it instead of listening.

    Disclosure – I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts opinions and ratings are my own.

    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. I listen at double speed, all my impressions of the narration are from that setting. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! You can see more audiobook reviews on my blog Eargasms Audiobook Reviews ***

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Ghouls Night Out: Larue Donavan, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Rose Pressey
    • Narrated By Elizabeth Klett
    Overall
    (28)
    Performance
    (28)
    Story
    (28)

    Larue Donavan is a bookstore owner by day and psychic medium ghost buster by night. Just when she thought she'd gotten rid of the pesky ghosts following her, a new ghostly entourage has appeared. Her new group of ghoul friends includes a celebrity...the ghost of Mae West. And does Mae ever have dating advice for Larue!

    med c says: "Book 2"
    "Seems like a repeat of book One!"
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    To be fair I liked this book, I just felt it was a repeat of the first in the series. So a=many of the same elements that happened in the first book. Really, your boyfriend and BFF are both acting out of character, and you didn't think it was a spell right off?

    I like Larue, most of the time. She just has this whole mopey thing that gets tired. For somebody who has the ability to see ghosts her whole life, she doesn't know very much about out them. She has some great moments, but it is hard to get past the immature dialogue and her flighty actions.

    My liking of the first book is what kept me reading long after I was bored to tears. I might go on to the next book in the series, but if it is rehashing the same plot, I will be done with this ghoul!

    I listened to the audiobook narrated by Elizabeth Klett, who does a fantastic job. She has a great tone that transcends the youthful dialogue. Had she not kept the maturity in her read, this could have been a very different review. Her pace is terrific, just swift enough to keep the story moving when it lagged. Her voices were great, she didn't try to butch it up for the men but she did give them a masculine touch. I will definitely be looking for more of her reads!

    Overall, I have wanted to love these reads but end up underwhelmed. They have such fun covers and engaging blurbs.

    Disclosure – I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts opinions and ratings are my own.

    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. I listen at double speed, all my impressions of the narration are from that setting. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! You can see more audiobook reviews on my blog Eargasms Audiobook Reviews ***

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Jane and Austen: Hopeless Romantics

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Stephanie Fowers
    • Narrated By Andrea Emmes
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (21)
    Performance
    (18)
    Story
    (18)

    Meet Jane and Austen. First there's Jane - an impractical, starry-eyed wedding planner; if love can't match what she's read in a book, she doesn't want it. And then there's Austen - a pragmatic, logical-to-a-fault financial consultant; even if he were interested in someone, he wouldn't know. The two have one thing in common: they can't leave each other alone.

    DK says: "Would Go Well W/Required HS/YA Required Reading"
    "A Must for Jane Austen fans!!"
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    The rating here was a rally tough call, there were elements of the book that I severely disliked but they are balanced out by my love of Jane Austen. It was a delight seeing all those characters in a modern setting. I am one of those people who know everybody before they had to be spelled out. Yup, I am an Austen-o-phile!! I even had the Northanger Abby and Mansfield Park references with ease!

    The whole book is a single narrative, all from Jane's POV, problem is Jane is not always likeable. She has some seriously annoying traits. Very needy and kind of clingy, I tend to like more Girl Power in my heroines. She was obsessed with being in love and having a romance, which fit her Emma tendencies. I was beyond annoyed with her suggestion that she was a b!tch because she did not respond to texts from a guy she wasn't interested in, Lord forbid!! That was a part of the plot I could have done without.

    It is a clean romance, just a few kisses. It is also light on the actual romance. For a Rom Com it was lacking in the courtship moments. The hero, Austen, is anti-romance and doesn't show his cards until the very end. More than once I had to wonder if he was even interested.

    I did enjoy the overall story and seeing some happy endings for all those lovely characters I have long adored. It is a fresh spin on Ms Austen's works, which was surprisingly engaging.

    I listened to the audiobook narrated by Andrea Emmes, who is terrific! I can imagine it was difficult keeping Jane from going nasal and whiny, her character's personality certainly warranted an annoying tone. Thankfully, Ms Emmes keeps Jane light and sassy. She has a wonderful pace and keeps the energy flowing throughout the read. Terrific job with keeping all those voices distinct and dynamic.

    Overall, I was entertained and enjoyed the read. I am not sure if I enjoyed it more for its own merits or the delicious nods to Jane Austen. In the end does it really matter?


    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. I listen at double speed, all my impressions of the narration are from that setting. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! You can see more audiobook reviews on my blog Eargasms Audiobook Reviews ***

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • After 'I Do!': A Marriage Map

    • UNABRIDGED (48 mins)
    • By P. J. LaRue
    • Narrated By Amanda Young
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (5)
    Performance
    (5)
    Story
    (5)

    "If we had conformed to statistics, my husband and I should have been divorced long ago...It's been more than thirty years now, and our marriage is three decades stronger. We beat the odds. I want to tell you how we did that, because you can do it, too."

    K. April Holgate says: "Interesting but I was hoping for more story"
    "Interesting but I was hoping for more story"
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    This is a quick little read. I, mistakenly, thought it was a short story. It is really a bunch of marriage advice from the author from her personal experience.

    While these tips are interesting, I am sure great for couples, as a single I did not get as much out of the read. I kind of hoped for more of the back story and the romance of them meeting. Then more about the current health struggles and moments that kept them together.

    I was hoping for a story and this is more an instruction manual or tip sheet.

    I listened to the audiobook narrated by Amanda Young, who was delightful. I definitely want to look for more of her reads, she kept me listening to a book that did not really interest me. Great vocal tone and an efficient pace throughout. It would be interesting to hear how she tackles actual characters in a read.

    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. I listen at double speed, all my impressions of the narration are from that setting. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! You can see more audiobook reviews on my blog Eargasms Audiobook Reviews ***

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Their Virgin Secretary: Masters of Menage, Book 6

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 44 mins)
    • By Shayla Black, Lexi Blake
    • Narrated By Ryan West
    Overall
    (141)
    Performance
    (127)
    Story
    (127)

    Three determined bosses: Tate Baxter, Eric Cohen, and Kellan Kent are partners for one of the most respected law practices in Chicago. But these three masters of the courtroom also share a partnership in the bedroom, fulfilling the darkest needs of their female submissives night after night. Everything was fine-until they hired Annabelle Wright as their administrative assistant.

    Stacey says: "That being said..."
    "Eh, nice but..."
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    They great thing about this series is you go in to it knowing what to expect. The down side is it gets to feel format after a bit of time. Here we are on book six and it feels like the exact same story I have been reading since the beginning of the series. Sassy virgin curvy gal in distress saved by smexy billionaire menage guys with a flare for BDSM, insert different threat to her life and personal drama from the past for both her and the men. Maybe I need a break from this series.

    It is still the fun well written series that I have always loved, it just feels too set up and packaged. Anabelle is the kind of gal I love to route for, it was just tough this go around. A high point is her dishy nerd Tate, he would have a serious restraining order if she did not dig him, but he is endearing in his social awkwardness. "I am going to offer her my penis" is definitely my fav line from the whole book!

    The story is interesting and engaging, it is just too familiar. The facts are also fairly obvious and totally overlooked by the seemingly intelligent characters. Sorry, I was cranky during the read, I just expected more. I am worried that there is no growth to the series. I hope this book is just a fluke. Both authors are usually wonderful.

    The narrative is mixed, we get everybody's POV throughout the story. I like this because it really gets you into all their heads and helps understand their unique perspectives.

    The steam is off the charts hot, it just feels very been there done that. If you are more interested in the smexy stuff, this book will suit you. Loads of hot and heavy, pretty much right from the start. You will need several cold showers!

    I listened to the audio-book and loved the narrator, Serena Daniels. She does a terrific job with the voices and when she reads the smexy Dom stuff, oh boy! And the accents this time were terrific. She really is a credit to the series and one of the reasons I kept listening.

    At this point I think I need a break from this series. One can hope the series gets back to its greatness in the next book.

    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. I listen at double speed, all my impressions of the narration are from that setting. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! ***

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Seductive Powers: The Capes

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Rebecca Royce
    • Narrated By Buck J. Deat
    Overall
    (5)
    Performance
    (5)
    Story
    (5)

    Wendy Warner is a bit of an oddball. Raised in an orphanage, she's found solace and friendship by watching the television show, Space Adventures, and participating in its fan clubs. Twice a month, Wendy comes to work dressed in a costume from the show that she wears to charity events. She's been able to ignore the looks of distain from many of her coworkers, but when the president of the company gazes at her with something more, she knows she's in deep.

    Melanie says: "ENJOYED THE STORY, BUT NOT THE NARRATOR"
    "Interesting Superhero read"
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    This is a re-read in audio, my thoughts on the story are pretty much the same, this includes the narration review as well.

    Really awesome story! I am not a huge comic book or sci-fi fan, but this book was fantastic!

    Wendy is just the sort of gal I like to read. She is sassy, brassy and comfortable in her own skin. Despite her past she finds something to believe in and never hesitates to be herself, regardless of what others think. I also loved her loyalty, she doesn't have a lot in her life but she is fiercely protective of the things she cares about.

    Draco is definitely a strong silent type. He struggles with his choices and in his own way tries to do the right thing. He is often misunderstood in his decisions but I get why he makes them. I loved his protective streak!

    Ms Royce does a wonderful job of crafting a full and dynamic world. She created a beautifully paced story that held lots of detail but never became too techie.

    The steam factor here was rather low, only a couple sexy scenes to melt your ears. It was really more about the meat of the story, she delivered a hearty meal!

    I listened to the audiobook narrated by Buck J. Deat, who I generally liked. I really enjoyed his pace and the energy he put into the read. There are a few voices that were off to me, Kyle is way more Jersey than I expected and Ace does not sound appealing. I can let it go about Kyle, but Ace is a big issue because he is the hero of the next book. I really hope he sounds better in his book, I do not wish to a whole book of a hero who sounds nasal and annoying. That really is my only major complaint with this narration.

    *Disclosure - I received a copy in exchange for a honest review. All thoughts, opinions and ratings are my own.*

    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! You can see more audiobook reviews on my blog Eargasms Audiobook Reviews ***

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Taming the Wolf: Anna Avery, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By Stephanie Nelson
    • Narrated By Rebecca Cook
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (55)
    Performance
    (50)
    Story
    (51)

    Attacked by a wolf while hiking, Anna Avery's life just got a little hairier. Living in the Big Horn mountains in Wyoming, with a group of werewolves who are more animal than human, Anna must try to hold onto her human side. It's not easy when the alpha continues to persuade her into his bed, while another wolf is chomping at the bit to become her mate. To top it all off, dead bodies are showing up and it just so happens that Anna was the last to see them alive.

    K. April Holgate says: "Eh, not sure what to think"
    "Eh, not sure what to think"
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    This was one of those books i almost stopped reading. In my romances I have strict rules of monogamy. Once the leads meet I do not want to see them near anyone else. This book is difficult to figure out who you want Anna with, the fun loving Sawyer or Alpha Adam. The problem with Adam is he already has a mate. I am seriously against cheating. The excuse that it is the nature of their wolves does not fly with me.

    I really wanted to stop reading at many points. but pushed on through, mostly because i did not have wifi and that was the only thing on my phone that was available for listening. I also really enjoyed the narrator.

    This book has open bedroom door steam. The problem is the heroine hooks up with two separate guys. It just felt like cheating and using the one guy to make the other jealous. I was not at all happy with that situation,

    There were many things going on the plot and loose points in the world building. If this is intended as a series it will be interesting to see how it progresses.

    I listened to the audiobook narrated by Rebecca Cook, who does a wonderful job of keeping the listener engaged. It was her great read that kept me with this book. Her pace was great and she had a wonderful energy. I think I will look for more of her reads. I really enjoyed the tone of her voice.

    In the end I was entertained by this series and liked the out come. I would love o see a book for Wade or Sawyer. They were dishy and caught my attention!

    Disclosure – I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts opinions and ratings are my own.

    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. I listen at double speed, all my impressions of the narration are from that setting. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! You can see more audiobook reviews on my blog Eargasms Audiobook Reviews ***

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Missing in Mudbug

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Jana DeLeon
    • Narrated By Johanna Parker
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (75)
    Performance
    (68)
    Story
    (69)

    After an eventful first week on the job, Game Warden Jadyn St. James is happy the small bayou town of Mudbug, Louisiana, seems to have fallen back into its normal routine. But when FBI agent Raissa Bordeaux is kidnapped, Jadyn is certain the short-lived peace has come to an abrupt end. Statistics don’t lie, and Jadyn knows that the longer Raissa remains missing, the less likely she’ll be found alive. Sheriff Colt Bertrand knows the FBI won’t let him participate in their investigation, but is certain the federal agents aren’t as qualified as he is to locate someone missing in the swamps surrounding Mudbug.

    K. April Holgate says: "Not feeling this series any more"
    "Not feeling this series any more"
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    So, this book revisits many of our favorite characters from Mudbug. It is more cozy mystery than romance, I guess that is the new direction of the series. I kind of liked the romance/cozy theme, but I enjoyed this read as well.

    The fat bashing is top a minimum, although two instances in this story still. I am not sure why we have to make such a big deal about Helena's size. It just isn't key to the story and makes you dislike the characters. I would rather this be an element that is dropped instead of the romances.

    We have Jayden and Colt dancing around each other, but still only feeling a flirtation. Most of the narrative comes from them, but your do have supporting cast popping up to give their POV from time to time.

    Once again the mystery is not really easily solvable, but that has been the way with this series. Total Scooby Doo endings, completely left field as to who the bad guy is.

    There are some consistency errors along the way Luc, Zach and Raissa all seem to have had major job changes with no real explanation. Maybe it is just me reading the series all in a row, it is super fresh in my mind. It isn't major, except for Raissa, who made it clear at the end of her book she was not interested in working for the FBI again, suddenly that is her job?

    I feel like the whole series took a turn in the last book and is nothing like the series I enjoyed in the first three books. It is a good thing I started with the sixth book, because I probably would have dropped things after this book.

    I listened to the audiobook narrated by Johanna Parker, who is fantastic. I love the gentle roll to her Southern accents, they are light but distinct. The pace is quick enough to keep the reader engaged and her energy is wonderful. Great voices that stayed distinct and consistent.

    I really loved the first three books in the series and kind of wish I had stopped there. I am not a fan of all the changes to the series.

    *** If you found this review at all helpful, please take a moment to let me know. I love reading and sharing my opinions with other readers. Thanks for taking the time to read my review! You can see more audiobook reviews on my blog Eargasms Audiobook Reviews ***

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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