Yes. It's a great fantasy. One woman with three men who dote on her, protect her and rock her world. I read another review that scoffed at how quickly the relationship fell into place, but I look at it as a modern fairytale. Sometimes a person just needs an escape and this book provides it. I gave it four stars because I would have liked more background on the men's family dynamics through the generations. Hoping that's coming in subsequent books. Or maybe that would have detracted from the fantasy. Bottom line is I'd definitely recommend this one as a good escape from reality . . . and the hot sex sure doesn't hurt!
Yes! I hated when I had to actually pay attention to my job and pull out the ear buds. My husband wanted to chitchat and I wasn't very receptive. I wanted to know what happened next!
From a confusing, injurious childhood to a man who knows himself and is comfortable with what he knows, Alan Cumming takes us on a roller coaster ride. (And the wonderful accent doesn't hurt either!) I'm still interested in buying the hardcover version because I'm hoping there are pictures. I wouldn't pick one over the other . . . both are must haves!
It had steamy sex, but it wasn't gratuitous. It blended with the storyline to advance the plot. The chemistry between H/h was off the charts!
Yes. I hated when I had to be a grown-up and do the things I should do instead of listening to this book!
The narrator was new to me, too. For the most part, she did a good job of changing voices when the POV changed. I like her voice and wouldn't hesitate to buy another book she's narrating.
I got this book on sale and I'm glad I took the chance. Will definitely follow up with the other books in the series.
Based on some of the more negative reviews, I was a little wary of buying this. So I ordered the paperback online from the library to check it out first. Well, it went on sale before the paperback was available so I went ahead and bought it. It was worth it! I love Sebastian's voice and I'm not turned off by the guy talk. I was raised with two older brothers so I overheard a lot of conversations between them and their friends. Anyway, the hero is a hound dog, but sometimes a reformed rake makes the best husband. It's refreshing to get the guy's point of view once in a while. I can see me buying the rest of the books in the series.
I liked the narrator (new to me). Felt like she really sold the Rock Chick persona. I had a little trouble remembering who everybody was, but I also bought the Kindle book so I could double-check there. Also, I'm sure I'll be listening to it again and buying more books in the series so the characters will become more familiar to me. I'm glad I took a chance on this one!
I loved the story and the narrator (I've bought most of Molly Harper's books with Amanda narrating and she's one of my faves). For the first time, there was trouble with the quality of an Audible recording. Chapter 4 had problems with words overlapping and hesitation in narration. Since I hadn't read the reviews before I bought the book, I thought the problem was with my computer (even though it's never happened with a book before). Guess the problem was with the audio editing, judging from other reviews. I'll still get the middle books in the series as I bought the fourth book first and had no trouble with it. So the bottom line is the overall rating had nothing to do with the writing and the narrating. Just reflects the audio editing issues with chapter 4. I'll still listen to it again.
The narrators were good, but in the first book, AJ spoke with an accent. That was off and on in this book. Still, these are good narrators and I'd gladly listen to them on other books, as well. I bought both the Kindle version and the Audible version, and the writing was an improvement over the first book. This one was better edited and I liked the way the characters related to each other. AJ was more mature, new what he wanted and went for it. He's constantly reassuring Mia; sweet really. I can see myself listening to this one again.
After scanning some of the lower-rated reviews, I can't agree. This story continues along the same vein as the previous books. Yes, there was more drama than action, but it kept me emotionally invested in the characters. I can't say it was my favorite so far, but still worth the credit and repeat listening. I've listened to the first three many times and tend to do this with series that I like. I'm sure when the next book comes out, I will have listened to this one several times, too.
I usually like my heroes to see the object of their affection and stop in their tracks (no other woman will do). This hero was a little more flawed than I like.
Overall, the story was okay. I was reading the Kindle version while I was listening to the Audible version. I've listened to several books narrated by Justine so she alone would have saved this book for me. It seemed like the sentences were cleaned up for the Audible version; otherwise, I would have asked for my money back. I don't understand how the editing could have been so bad when the author taught middle-school and high-school English for 11 years.
I put off ordering this third installment in the Naked Werewolf series; in part because I didn't like the second book as much as the first (which I've listened to many, many times). Also, from some of the reviews, I thought the content might be too serious for me. Well, there were some laughs along the way; though not as many as the first book. On a more serious note, I thought the parts dealing with domestic violence were well-written and realistic (at least in my experience). I'm on my third time through and can see myself listening to it again.
I love listening to Amanda! Just reading the book is fine, but I tend to think in a straight voice. When you have Amanda narrating, it's more interesting, ie, different tones for different characters and extra drama in her voice.
I like a book that I can't figure out right away. This one kept me guessing and the clues just kept on coming. The paranormal elements were frightening enough (as is appropriate for this type of book), but not to where I couldn't sleep after reading it. The chemistry between the two couples brought together to complete the renovations of Crane's Nest was great, too. Other reviewers were correct that there might not have been as much snarky humor as we're used to from Molly Harper, but there was still enough to add a few chuckles here and there. Well done Molly!
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