Really cute & funny story. Total farce. Jane develops weapons for female spies: tracking tampons, mini missiles that look like vibrators, truth serum perfume, etc. Her best friend goes missing while "wearing" one of the tracking tampons. Best friend's brother comes looking for her. Grandma is a retired spy. Evil villain developing a new mind control method who tests it out by making the locals wear yellow dresses and Hawaiian shirts. Jane and company track the missing friend and end up using all the silly weapons to rescue her. Fun, with lots of laugh out loud moments. And, of course, a happy ever after ending!
I love Amanda Ronconi's books! The are funny, cute, heart warming, east to read with a few sexy scenes to move the story along. Amanda Ronconi does an absolutely wonderful job narrating the books. This story is a cute & almost non-violent werewolf+human romance. It was pretty easy guessing who the bad guy was very early in the book, but this book is so charming it doesn't matter. The books will have you laughing out loud! Even my husband laughed!!! As soon as I finished this book, I immediately started on the next book in the series, where we continue with the characters from this book while adding new lead characters. I love it when the books in a series are tightly related like that.
Allen Steele is the worst choice for the male lead character. He sounds like a a grizzled 60-something cowboy, when he is supposed to be a 20-something "hot" rock star. I have no idea why they changed narrators from the first book, but it was a big mistake! Thanks goodness this was one of the buy the ebook, get the audio book for a reduced price. I read the book instead and deleted the audio. The story itself was good, not great, but good.
Not the audiobook. Yes for the book. The audio clip only includes Cat's voice. Was I surprised when Bones voice sounded like an old English grandmother instead of a sexy vampire. If he hadn't said "Kitten", I would not have even known that was supposed to be Bones speaking. I tried, I really tried to get used to it, but the Bones voice was destroying the book for me. I really don't understand why Bones voice was so bad, the other male characters voices were okay, but Bones's was like fingernails on a chalk board.
As you expect from the Night Huntress books, the plots are action packed. They include everything: blood, guts, espionage, intrigue, back stabbing, evil characters and most of all great steamy scenes and a lot of humor. And this plot had some major cliff hangers!
Maybe. It would have to be recommended by a friend or I'd have to hear all the men's voices before buying.
I have loved all the Cat & Bones books and novellas and the rest of the Night Huntress World books. I am so sad to see the series ending. But I did like how Jeaniene Frost resolved everything. I hope she writes a book about Ian soon. As in all her books, you laugh & cry!
Does the author have any say in the narration of their books? If so, I can't believe that Jeaniene Frost would approve Bones's voice in this book.
This was not my favorite book of the series. Maybe it was fatigue from listening to all the books in a row. But I loved the ending. I can't wait for the authors promised add-on short stories of all the Sinners weddings, honeymoons and first kids. I loved the interaction between the guys in the band and their significant others throughout the series. I loved the character of Trey, but parts of this story were just too much. I listened to these books while learning to like walking for exercise and I'll miss the Sinners. Can't wait for the Exodus End series.
Good, but not great. Might have liked it more if I hadn't read all the Sinners books by Olivia Cunning first. The Sinners books got me hooked on rocker romance books. Rock the Heart's story is good, but the ending kind of leaves you hanging. I hope Rock the Band completes the story better. To me it almost seems like one story was spread across two books. The narration was okay, with one thing that drove me crazy - she pronounces Noel as "Noelle" with the emphasis on the "el", not the "No" like the usual male version of the name. A good basic rocker romance, but the Sinners books are much better, more fully developed and more interesting characters. The Stage Dive books by Kylie Scott are also better, in my opinion. I'll continue with the series because it has potential. We'll see. ;-)
Sigh - I love this series and I hate to see it end. I loved these stories. Great characters, interesting dialogue, snarky comments, and true love between all the paranormal & normal beings. Made me laugh out loud many times. Also pulls on your heart strings at times. Wonderful author, wonderful narrator.
Cute, fun, free for Audible.com members. If you like the Half Moon Hollow series, then you'll like this short story. All the characters are in it, helping Iris, Gigi & Cal celebrate their first Christmas after Iris became a vampire. All the usual comedic comments and snarking that we love are there. Amanda Ronconi does another wonderful job narrating the story. Short, sweet, "paranormal-lite" that we love and expect from Molly Harper and this series. Hopefully, the brief appearance of the "stalkery & kissy" vampire following Gigi is setting up the next Half Moon Hollow book. Ends with some holiday recipes for a turkey wrapped in a bacon sweater, canned green beans cooked with bacon & brown sugar and "white trash" candy.
A great addition to the Half Moon Hollow series. Connected to the previous Half Moon Hollow and Jane Jameson books, but can also be enjoyed on it's own, you just won't get some of the jokes! As usual, Amanda Ronconi does a wonderful job telling the story. At first, Nola's accent if kind of off-putting, but it's explained in the beginning of the book so it makes sense. Loved all the characters, we get to know another side of Dick Cheney the vampire. The Half Moon Hollow books are snarky & funny and what I call "paranormal lite". Hope we hear more about Jed and his "arse-hugging jeans" and usually shirtless condition in future books. Charming read! Interesting twist at the end. Can't wait for the next in the series.
OMG, I love this series! And OMG, I loved Jace & Aggie's story. Listening to this series while walking has made me LIKE exercise! LOL Love the camaraderie with all the band members and significant others. This book has it all, humor, pathos, steamy scenes, love, laughter.
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