Absolutely in the tops. I'm a relative newcomer to the Romance genre however, this series is delightful, well written and compelling. You feel for the characters and become easily involved in the storyline.
Cameron. He's rough around the edges but with good reason. A lost boy who finds his way to love.
She captures the flavor of the time period and her vocal expertise helps you track the various characters. Listening to her is a dream. She's a true pro--accents and all. Superb.
Probably when the true story of his demented wife comes to light. Cameron is proud but has sacrificed much to save his son. All of the Lords have had nightmare childhoods with a tyrant for a father, Cameron escaped much of that but was saddled with a cray-cray sex addicted suicidal wife. The truth about her misdeeds towards her child were shocking.
I seriously listen to this series over and over again. Simply enjoyed it immensely.
This is my first book by Madeline Hunter and it provided a captivating storyline with just enough sensual appeal read with delightful expertise. Well worth the credit as it offers a quick pace and enticing look into a woman discovering and fulfilling her desires with a man who has unlimited bedroom expertise. True the storyline is very familiar but I found it surprisingly fun and well written.
Really?! Seriously?! The TBC ending just killed it for me. I'm so molded that it's affecting the rating. Sorely predictable...except for the ending. Support characters were one dimensional. I'm so over this.
Riveting from beginning to end...the saga of Miller (good googey moogey can we get a picture of this man?) and "Sweet Girl" Olivia continues. The writing is pure rapture and I kept rewinding to listen over and over again. The dark worlds of Miller and William Anderson have collided but with a life altering affect on our heroine. The final book is already in cue and I'm hoping for the absolute best knowing deep inside that We the readers will not be disappointment. Ms. Malpas! Please put your pen/quill/tablet/Ticandarosa #2 pencil to rapid work and submit another stunning romantic trilogy.
Eloisa James does it again. The pleasure of listening to her sultry story is indeed potent. The narrator is superb and delivers an outstanding theatrical reading. This story has twists, turns and tears.
Expected better character development. Oh well. Not certain if this is worthy of a credit. Fairly predictable but enjoyed strength of Joshua. Shelley was a drip and not appealing. Too many descriptions of her eyes, her hair, her...blah, blah. Drama queen with daddy issues. Yawn. Steam-scenes were sadly, the highlights. Narrator sounded bored too. The follow-up to Exquisite -- Entice is not.
Surpassed expectations. Adoration for "Frenchie". Hope the series expands. Just the right amount of bringing sexy back to a storyline. BFF's rocked and were written realistically as supportive besty's should be. Pivotal point really came at end when ex-girlfriend emerged. M's. Lauren knows how to write an impactful villain with just a few strokes of the pen.
This was waaaay better than I thought it was going to be. I could not stop listening.
Adrian, the Duke. She captured a British peer's subtle humor and sometimes obtuse mannerisms in her portrayal.
The duke and his mama. Sounds like fun and I'm dying to see what this guy would look like in person. His description is fab. The twins-- not so much.
The writing is very good and draws the listener into the plot. It's written in a very tight style where the action takes place in but a few places, not overly weighed down with descriptions of clothing and residences and other characters. The focus is really on the perspectives of the main characters and I loved how you were inside of their heads; listening to their thoughts, fears and concerns. Well done. I gave it five stars because it was truly enjoyable.
Of course! I recommend audiobooks all of the time. I'm a relative newbie to the romance and erotic genre however, this book was fun because of all of the characters and the smart twist at the end.
I suppose I favor the male characters like Lord Malory. He's kind hearted and passionate and really is surprised when he falls in love.
Audiobooks are so very entertaining. It's almost like watching a play but your imagination can still be active when it comes to the characters and what they would look like. Audiobooks are the best ever!
The highest bidder becomes the best lover.
Exhibitionism Bares Love
Max Stella was so doggone lovable. Scandalous and witty a great friend and the consummate lover.
This story line was better than Beautiful Bastard, which got a little one dimensional.
A Beautiful Stranger is waiting for you to show your true self.
It's in the top ten at least, although within the series, I'd be pressed to make it third or fourth. I grew a little tired of her resistance even though her Mack was a drunken brat at one time.
Some of Sylvia Day's period pieces have a female protagonist who resists the charms of a scoundrel man she'll ultimately wind up in bed with and wedded to. The storyline is familiar but I adore the brothers in this series. Ian, Cameron and Hart are worth the read and listen to.
Superb. Excellent technique. She eases the listener through the maze of characters.
Not really but perhaps over a weekend, with some breaks. Worth the credit. Amen!
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