Good narrator, nice hero, plot doesn't feel forced. Focus is very much on the heroine's development. No manufactured hangups for the hero.
A decent Blaze narrator. She has good pacing and is good with the heroine but makes male characters sound too old and serious. This was the same narrator as A Man For All Seasons and I noticed the same problem with the hero's voice, but I would rather have Gabra than the long pauses and flat voices of other Blaze narrators.
Good writing, very atmospheric opening to the story, great characters. As far as the art heist plot, I'm still not clear on what happened there, but it was a nice background for falling in love. As Blazes go, this is a good one.
This was really cute. Hero and heroine have been friends since childhood, the other woman had a good personality, and the twelve dates of Christmas part was very well done. The heat level was low for a Blaze. The narrator was decent but the voice for male characters was too low and breathy. This is a good holiday listen for romance fans.
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