Roux and Urban are two of the best authors of M/M romance today, (although I understand they're not collaborating anymore) and Caught Running is my favorite of their books. The inside information we have from the two guys, knowing that they are each hot for the other makes the tension just a little bit spicier. We're about half way through the story before they finally hook up, but its told so well that you don't realize how much suspense you are in.
The only slight draw back is the narration. There are many mispronunciations and odd inflections but they're easy to get passed, except the word Mischievous,
(Not mischeeveeus) its a pet peeve of mine and until I listened to the audio version I hadn't noticed how many times it is used in this book. That one thing aside, I highly recommend this book for a light bit listening enjoyment.
I've read several books by Fessenden, including this one and picked up the audio book because it was on sale. If the same thing happens again, yes I will probably do so.
Hell to the no! Terrible speaking voice, (he sounded like a muppet) inproper pronunciations, and weird inflections. he damn near ruined the book for me.
Stop letting Roelofs mumble through it. Hire Sean Crisden or Guerin Berry or nearly anybody else to read from now on.
I have recommended this book to others. I've loved this series from book one. Abigail Roux and Madeleine Urban rule this genre!
I can't possibly decide which character is my favorite. I want to be Zane and sleep with Ty. Excellent romance and excellent mystery. There is nothing about this series I don't love.
I have listened to Sean Crisden's reading before. This man's voice is so sexy! A perfect amount of masculinity without sounding forced or phony. I will be searching for more audio books narrated by Crisden.
I cannot wait for the next one to be published I intend to buy the series in every format!
I had a difficult time trudging through this one. Fitzgerald's voice is appealing however her ability to emote and affect accents and voices is very limited, her mispronunciations were, at times, painful. If you're looking for a good performance then this book will not meet your needs. If you are simply looking to find out what happened at the beginning of the midlands and the creation of the confessors then you probably won't mind.
I might have shortened some of the explanations of how magic works and the complexities of changing the grace to meet the needs of certain spells. I don't need to know all that and I found it tedious.
No. She is what made this audio book a chore to get through.
Sure. This way I don't have to invest the effort of reading yet another book of a series that has gone on for far too long already, but I still find out about the reasoning behind creating the confessors.
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