Mpls | Member Since 2012
Bryn's low self confidence is realistic, not over the top & I even appreciate that the character knows when she may be dramatic.
YES! I LOVE that Shane East reads from Blackstone's first person chapters and Grace Grant the female's. Both are convincing as the characters. This is well produced!
No. That isn't how I read. I like to sit back after an hour & think about what I read... make it last (kinda like the sex scenes - which are MOST awesome).
I appreciate Raine Miller's male protagonist: Again, not over the top - he works at an office long days, yet not crazy rich. Although I am not a man - Raine has the alpha male in the thick of passion written well.
Top 5% (p.s. pretend you don't know it is J.K. Rowling)
Strike - he was very much less than perfect; so many flaws & he knew them, but just did it anyway.
Strike- Glenister embodies Strike. I saw him hobble, be angry with his body.
With all his flaws he wanted to be sure his new protege knew he would keep his relationship with her professional. That he appreciated Robin for her mind and willingness to be his student.
I may be in love with this audio for Mr. East's voice - however the story is well done too. TOTALLY worth it.
Angry sex scene
meeting at the waterloo
with his father drinking beers
London is among my favorite cities & I felt I was there.
Some steamy sex.
VERY light compared to 50 Shades.
Scottish Accents! Dang, Braden Carmichael's accent did it for me.
Jocelyn's snarkiness is over the top. If she could have toned it down, this would be a 4 star performance.
If you are looking for a alpha jealous man with an accent & some very good sex scenes, this is a fun book
a story that followed a timeline. Instead it was essays that followed a timeline. Katie gives a lot of credit to God, & that makes sense to a point, but I wish she would have taken credit for 80% of them. God gives you the talent, it is up to you to develop them.
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