Honestly it took me a while to be in the mood to compete the book, it is good, well written, exasperating but not a waste of time.
I love Wesley and Kingsley, and most of the characters are intriguing, Kingsley’s and his love for Soren is too painful but I want Kingsley to have his love and Wesley just breaks my heart with his pure love for Nora, he should have what he wants with all the truth Nora gives him. I want to beat her with a riding crop if she doesn’t give him more, and made more effort to stay with him. Teach him some Kink they can enjoy, he will come into his own. Wall sex!
Not sure on this question, I’m not sure any one person can capture the voices of each character, but I could listen to her.
I’m inspired to read the next book, because I want to know, this was a cliffhanger. I want Kingsley to finally have Soren, But can’t Soren watch some hardcore porn and take a Viagra or something, LOL. too much pain.
There was a statement (Reisz) Kingsley made “they used labels like Dominant and submissive, and brandied about slogans like Safe, Sane…. but Kingsley knew it was all artifice, window dressing, self-deception.
I guess I’ll read the next book, Damn Reisz pulled me in again.
I can’t say, I have both the audio and written and I enjoyed switching back and forth between formats; depending or where I was reading. However, with a great narrator the story comes alive faster with audio especially when I’m inpatient and want to know what’s next.
The story itself lends great insight to domestic violence and mental disorders. I could easily understand a health person can become physically and mentally trapped.
I truly loved the patience Stewart had.
Kathy’s interactions with Steward, can’t say more it would spoil it.
Yes, very much.
This was a book I took a chance on and it panned out well. It was worth my credit. I hope you enjoy.
Someone who does not mind the narrator’s voice not fitting the characters of Nora and Soren.
Picked another narrator! Sorry Lilly!
Jim Frangione and Jennifer Ikeda have done both genders better. I’m sure there are others.
It was not the book itself!! I will read it and comment later but the narrator made me; how do I describe it? Shuddered, flinched. The feeling? How about; Not right, ugh, NOO, ill, turn it off. I know, Annoyed; like screeching on a chalk board for me. I’m sure the narrator is great for many other books but not this one.
I read Siren and liked it, not a romance in the sense I would place it but a good enough story that I wanted to read the series. I thought I would read some and listen to some but that is not going to happen and I used a credit. Geez, and to think this is my first review. I am really sorry, but I was compelled to comment. Save your credit and just read the hard copy on this one. At least don’t ignore the sample listening like I did; if it does not do it for you, your probably right and if it doesn’t then you’ll have no problem.
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