Very high. The story was a wonderful surprise and the narrator is outstanding. I don't know where they found him, but I do hope that he gets lots more work.
Septimus. You could tell that he had ambiguous feelings for the hero and when the truth was finally revealed, he morphed into a darkly sensual (not just sexual) man that I wish was present in more m/m novels.
The train's journey to Scotland.
Septimus. He was quite mysterious and I would have wanted to unravel him.
Max Miller - Bravo and ENCORE!!!
Touching, frustrating, emotional
I was touched by Daniel's father and his change of heart. I'm glad that he got a chance to express his feelings before it was too late.
It made me angry at times. I hated the way Marcia manipulated Nick. I also hated the way he let her. Her mother fried my butt as well. What a piece of work.
Eli Easton is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. So far, the narrators of her books have been fantastic and they fit the stories that they read. I just wish the books were much longer. I hate for them to end.
Infuriating, moving, inspirational
I really love the way Tommy took care of his family no matter what and the way Bobby stepped in to help.
Michael is a wonderful narrator and I have many books in my Audible library narrated by him. He seems to get better with each one.
Tommy. He deserves to be treated and taken care of for a change.
So far as I can tell, there are only two books available by J. H. Knight and I have loved both of them. I hope that there are more coming.
I love stories by Ms. Easton and this book was no exception. Her take on shifters is quite refreshing. So many hilarious moments. I am glad that Tim and Lance (Chance) figured things out and got together. I'm also happy that Marshall got his comeuppance. I certainly hope that we get more stories about this town, narrated by Matthew (hint, hint Roman's) - he's wonderful.
There are so many layers to this story. I didn't know if I could take all of the angst but I'm glad that I gave it a try. John's redemption is the best part.
Gomez Pugh is perfect for this book. He's become one of my favorite narrators since he started narrating the PsyCop series. His distinctive voices and the way he expresses the emotions for each character makes listening such a pleasure. I look forward to hearing a lot more from him.
It made me angry and sad for the way John and Tory's parents treated them. I really liked John's Nana. Her antic cracked me up.
I hope Gomez will be narrating more of Amy's books. I love that his talents have been paired with some of my favorite authors.
Inspiring, Frustrating, Emotional
I loved when Giles stayed in his car to make sure Aaron was okay when he had to go and 'face the music' from his parents.
I listened to the first book in this series and if possible, he's even better narrating this one.
The scenes with his parents infuriated me. I wanted to kick his father hard with a very pointed toed shoe and shake some backbone into his mother. The music portions of the story made me giddy.
I've said it before, I love Heidi's writing style and look forward to listening to many more of her books thru Audible.
This is a cute story that left me wanting more. I like Nathan's idea about going out on five dates to get to know Owen even though he already had a crush on him. They had fun but of course there are misunderstandings an hurt feelings. But it all turned out well in the end. The narrator is perfect for this. I hope he is going to narrate the rest of the series.
I love the whole series. John Sharian really does a wonderful job on the characterizations.
Listening to the stories makes me want to see Kaleer and Ebon Askavi and meet the Sa Diablos.
Daemon SaDi. I like the way he's portrayed as protective of all the people he cares about but also how he would not hesitate to defy the Aristos who tried to keep him subservient.
He has a talent for voices. Everyone was different and surprisingly they fit each character.
When one of the Kindred tiger kittens forged a friendship with a little girl and then rescued her after her mother was killed when their village wad raided.
I was saddened when this series ended but I am so glad that I got a chance to experience it audibly. It's wonderful.
Sweet, touching, comfortable.
I love how Kelly's family rallied around Walter when his own family let him down.
He has a soothing voice that's very easy to listen to.
Anyone, if you're paying attention to these reviews, please make Heidi's entire catalog available through Audible. Her books are wonderful and in my opinion, way overdue for a good listen.
It ranks way up there.
Bailey is my fav. He's intelligent with a dry wit who doesn't suffer fools gladly. I could be friends with him.
This book surprised me. I came for the narrator but stayed for the story.
As per usual, Gomez Pugh brings his 'A' game to this audio. I love the characterization of each voice. I can't imagine anyone other than him narrating this series.
I like the fact that Victor would protect Lisa from everyone, including Jacob and herself.
I love his version of Ms. Mattie. She's awesome.
Secrets and lies, much to despise....
Every book gets better and I anticipate the next one even before I finish the current one. They can't be released quickly enough for me. Great job Jordan and Gomez. Next please.
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