better plot, better characters, and not so cheesy funny and trying to force the humor. plus the side characters were ridiculous.
not try and force the humor and make better side characters.
this story had some reality moments to it that added more depth to the story. it had enough fantasy and great sex scenes that kept my attention. plus there was tension between two of the main characters at the beginning and then it was resolved in the end. it was a really great read.
he has a nice deep voice and it helps the male characters sound really great.
when sophie's friends found out about her abuse at home.
this was a fun sexy read. a girl goes to las vesgas meets a man, a fine french man and marries him. he has money and a good job and pays for her to spend the summer in france. who wouldn't want that life.
there was a bit of drama between them towards the end and they had to work through it. there were some side characters that added some fun to the read as well. plus the sex scenes were great. i'll be glad to read any books that follow this one.
also the narrator spoke great french (so much as i can tell).
her accent was good and the way she spoke lined up with the situation and emotion of the characters
i can't answer this question cause i didn't read the print version. although, my experience switching from print to audio has been great in other series' i've read.
that it was a continuation from the first novel, and was almost better than the first one. it had drama, raw sensuality and language i liked in the first book, but it wasn't repetitive. i love that.
i also wanted to keep listening and not stop. this doesn't happen that often, and when it does i'm really excited.
yes, in the first book of the series. i love her voice cause it sounds youthful and in the beginning of the novels she's depicting younger characters and it fits very well. also her male voices are really good too.
i'd have to say it was the ending cause it was so endearing. the main characters had been through so much and i just loved how their relationship grew throughout the novel. i mean, there were other parts i loved too, but that one stuck out for me.
yes. once i found out more about the characters and the plot i was hooked. the premise of the book is definitely fantasy in the since that two people whom don't know each other, not even their real names, can agree to have a sexual relationship for three months. but then again i think, this is a novel and it did what it was supposed to-entertain. i enjoyed it a lot.
i liked Jack. his wealthy, quirky family. i could even understand his hesitance in being in a "real" relationship. and when he made his proposition to Laurelyn and got to know her a bit i knew it was all over for him. she wasn't the typical woman he encounters. she was genuine, emotive, sensitive, and had a great sense of humor. who wouldn't fall in love with someone like that.
when Jack took Laurelyn to meet his family at the hospital and she sat with the kids while the adults went to see his father.
i didn't like listening to two different narrators. it turned me away initially, but as i listened to the story i got accustomed to it.
not really. it flowed nicely and was entertaining.
i loved both Myrna and Brian and the other guys in the band. plus the setting allowed for all the scenes in the book. done really well. there was humor in the novel and it didn't irritate me (thank goodness). i actually laughed out load several times. there was also a lot of sex but in those scenes the characters showed their emotions, which i enjoyed immensely.
i loved how sensitive Brian was and totally opposite of Myrna and that they loved each others differences. i loved Myrna sticking up for Brian to his parents and showing him how much she loved him. i even liked the drama with Myrna and her ex that created her view point throughout the novel until the end where she let her guard down.
i mean i liked this novel so much i listened to it in two days and already bought the next book on audio.
it's not the deepest novel i've read, but it was very fun, sexy, and entertaining. i'm already on to the next in the series ;D
when Myrna stood up to Brians parents and told them they were jackasses for the way they treat him.
how she brought the scenes to life through her voices. made it very enjoyable.
i laughed all the time. the band members were hilarious and the sex scenes were dynamite. definite entertainment.
someone who likes ridiculous story lines. the premise of the story just wasn't good. i didn't even like the suspense in the novel and it wasn't explained. plus, the older brother was a douche and his excuse for denying himself Hannah was weak.
to many to write down.
yes, because this series is good as a whole. all the guys in the band are good characters and they each deserve a book. also, this book was entertaining, just not my favorite.
made Jessica not so mercurial. she was always exploding on Sed athat got on my nerve. i also would have Sed not take so much blame for the catastrophes in the book. they weren't all his fault.
she brings the characters to life. their emotions, expressions, everything. it's more than words.
of course. and buy it =D
yes, because it was like a Danielle Steele book on steroids and without the extra length. The length was just fine. Time and events were explained to keep me wanting more. And more I got til the end.
I mean, there was some jacked up people in this book, but Sheehan made the characters so u had sympathy for them but u also wanted some of them gone. Frankie being number one on that list. He was a psychopath. I knew why he was the way he was, but he just had to go. He was running himself in to the grave. So did Chase.
Deuce and Eva were screwed up too. Deuce was over protective and jealous of Eva, but he loved her. Eva was head over heals in love with Deuce but was afraid to stick around for hard times. They both had some growing to do.
And let's not forget the side characters. I liked just about all of them. Especially Deuces older kids. They were sweet.
I can't wait to continue this series. I recommend it to readers who like raw, intense sensual novels that keep u wanting more.
The characters were well developed and all necessary. if i had to pick one it would be Eva. she endured the most in my opinion.
i'd have to say it was when Eva took Frankie's life. it was very emotional and intense.
raw, intense sensual film that keeps u wanting more
I'll definitely read another novel by Jaci Burton cause I really enjoy the series. This one lacked a bit in the emotional aspect for the main characters, but it was still an enjoyable read. Lucy Malone on the hand turned me off at the beginning of the novel. I do not like her voice. She sounds constipated or something. As I continued to listen I became used to her voice, but it distracted me quite often. I'm going to continue the series so I guess I have to put up with her voice. Each time I start a new novel I've forgotten about her voice and it turns me off =(
I would add more emotion to the couples relationship. Also make the ending a bit more complicated and not so easily fixed.
Her voice sounded like she was constipated and it was very distracting and annoying. I became accustomed to it as I continued the novel, but I would've preferred a different narrator.
I would prefer The Perfect Play, Changing the Game or Taking a Shot to be made for a movie or TV series. The main characters with the plots would be good.
i was so pleased with this book and it was a sequel. i loved the development of Livi and Caleb's relationship even though it started off as an abduction. i'm going to seriously read this novel again. i have to say it was better than the first novel.
the first time Livi and Caleb had their first "real" sexual encounter.
i could get a since of the emotions from the characters when she narrated. that helped bring the story to life.
Surprised that you love what you should hate.
Report Inappropriate Content