I guess this was a reissue from books past and this is the first in the series according to its preface at the beginning of the audio. It was a cute fun story. Entertaining with some comical parts. Very sweet as well. The price is good for the length so I enjoyed it. Narration was okay as well. Worth the price.
The story was heavy but could be healing for someone interested in PTSD or abusive parents. You get a HEA but its a lot of serious going on.
I stopped when the female character disclosed her damaged soul and then the male character said "well, I might as well tell you I'm damaged, too and I don't think I'll be undamaged anytime soon but we can still have sex." Just ridiculous. I couldn't continue.
I have listened to all of Robyn Carr's Virgin River series and those were awesome. Everyone of them! But this series is just plain old boring. I'm not looking for a bunch of torchered souls but it would be nice to have some twists and turns. Maybe even a little chuckle. Just something. I kept hoping but nothing really exciting happens. Need to rename it "Pleasant Valley" because everyone is pleasant. I think I am done with this group. Sorry Ms. Carr. Still love ya, tho.
Therese Plummer is awesome, however.
Other than the narrators, there wasnt much to this book. Pretty predictable and uneventful. Just dragged on and on.
I loved the first book in The Wild Ones Series and just kept hoping any of the rest would turn out good. Other than the first, these are pretty shallow. I'm giving up on any more to come. Just not that great.
Just a silly little light read There is a couple of funny parts but not much depth at all.
Book 4 and still really good. It jumps ahead a few years which is good so Hannah is a little older now. It's also fun to see where all the previous characters ended up ( but I miss them) Chloe Lynn did a good job as narrator because who doesn't like the accent, right? I would have liked her better if she had been able to differentiate her male and female voice because 1. it's hard to get into a dude when he sounds like a girl and 2. I had to stop and rewind several times to clue into who was talking at times. But still, worth the credit for sure.
I really liked this one. It takes up right where book 2 left off so I had to jog my memory a bit to understand what was going on. I liked book 1, book 2 was just ok for me but book 3 was really good.
As always, for me, it's success has a great deal to do with the narration, more specifically, the male character and Todd Haberkorn did the best job with Liam/Hunter. I'm still laughing at some of the stuff he says and does. He had me laughing with some of his sarcasm.
I thought some parts were a little disconnected in the evolution of the relationship between Em and Liam but it didn't ruin the story for me.
I gave it five stars because it held my interest the whole way through and I thought the dialogue was pretty realistic (not that I have a clue about what goes on in a motorcycle club) and, of course, Todd's narration. Also, because lately, some of the books out now are so dramatic and so corny that I have a hard time finishing them. I was thrilled to actually enjoy one to the end.
The good news is that there isnt all that ridiculous over the top damaged soul drama. The bad news is there is very little drama at all. Just not very deep and kind of boring. If it werent for r.c. bray and his great narration it might have been too boring. If all you are looking for is a romance novel then this might be for you. Just didnt keep me tied to my ear buds. At times I forgot I was wearing them.
The narration ruined it for me. I'm sure Romy Nordlinger is a wonderful person and is well suited for many books but not this one. She sounds much older than the character and I couldn't relate. At all!!! I'm sooo bummed. Please redo!!!
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