I liked how real they seemed. The accents and the whiny teenage girls were pretty accurate.
Paco was one of my favorite characters, he was loyal and he made me laugh out loud several times.
I didn't like how whiny Roxanne made Brit if I'm being honest. I think it fit her character but it was honestly annoying at times.
At times yes.
Yes, this was a story I was interested in reading when I first read the summary.
I thought this was an OK story. I liked Kris's performance 100%. I however didn't always enjoy Abby's. He male voices were a bit much for me if I'm being honest.
Yes because I'm sure I missed some things the first time. It was also that good to where I'd enjoy it again like it was my first listen.
I think Burying Water by K. A . Tucker. They both have mob ties and they both have that emotion that tugs are your heart a bit.
While I had many favorite scenes I really liked the Epilogue.
This book made me want to cry several times.
I liked the 3rd person telling that followed more than just Haven and Carmine. My feelings for her haven’t changed a bit. She’s still rather timid and unsure of herself and I thought that was OK. I got to feel her grow some and experience life as she should. Carmine disappointed me for a bit. I didn’t like his careless attitude even though he was going through a hard time. I seriously felt for some of the things he had to do and witness.
I was a little up and down on my feelings for Corrado. At times he just seemed so mean. I liked him but kind of at a distance. I also liked how everything wrapped up. I had a lot more emotions throughout listening to this than I expected. Also, the amount of times I felt on edge was pretty high as well.
It normally seems to take me forever to read books that are close to 400 pages so I'd say yes, this was time well spent. I would have honestly kept putting it off if not for the audible.
Yes, if they are looking for some hot ménage scenes.
Out of the other five I've read of the series this one was the weakest in my opinion. I was in no way impressed with the instalove.
While a little sad at times, I'd definetly listen to Jane's Melody again especially before book 3 comes out.
I liked Caleb a lot, he was such an old soul for his young age.
I liked her performance of Jane.
Through tragedy comes LOVE.
I really liked the narration of this story.
I'd probably rank this in the top 25% of audiobooks I've listened to so far.
I'd probably compare this book to What If by Rebecca Donovan just because of the way things were set up. The suspense and the constant wondering of what was what.
My favorite scene was the naming process and also the word association game.
Yes, I could have listening for 11 hours straight if I had the time.
I really liked the narrators, I thought they did a great job and I'd definitely listen to them again.
Yes, I plan on trying more of Nicole Williams's books.
I thought the ending was a little far fetched if I'm being honest.
I liked Allyson's voice a lot, she made for an easy listen.
I'd say yes since it isn't a long story.
Yes, the narrators are really good and the suspense is off the charts.
I liked Victor warming up to Sarai.
No, this was my first time listening to these two.
Victor surprised me a couple of times the way he was with Sarai.
While this is a dark read, the suspense is really good. Great start to what I believe is a 4 part series.
I didn't read much of the print version so I can't honestly say.
I loved Sioban, he was so over the top and adorable.
There were too many scenes to deem a favorite but maybe one of the flashback scenes at the lake. It was sweet.
I laughed and cried. Everyone in this story was amazing and it was just so heartfelt.
I recommend this to anyone looking for a great read. The characters are great, the story is great. Just a great read overall :).
Hot, Interesting, Sad
I'd say the most memorable moment for me when Jace was in the dungeon with Mistress V
At times and then other times no. I felt like she was reading to me rather than performing in certain areas.
I laughed several times when Eric was around. I don't think I cried but there were some sad moments.
I didn't read much of the print version so I can't compare.
I thought this was another good one. Not too much drama and I was thoroughly entertained. There were only one or two moments that had me rolling my eyes. I was disappointed in Cassie for the way she acted and her decision to run. She came off so strong throughout so this moment of weakness from her was a little disappointing. I thought everything wrapped up good so I’m curious as to what else their story has to offer.
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