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This book keeps with the vibe of the series which has such a strong plot line woven throughout. Then add to that, the voice of the narrator heats it up another level. During some of the steamier scenes, my toes absolutely curled in delight. Phil Gigante is the best.
Crownover builds the story, slowly giving the details as Bax uncovers the truth and finds his brand of HEA with Dovie. In audiobook, the narrator gives a spot-on performance in relaying the emotion and the danger. I'm so glad I listened to this on audio because I didn't want to put it down once I started. Instead, I popped in my ear buds and listened while I cooked and while I weeded the garden.
Crownover stepped it up with Better When He’s Bad. From the intensity of their world to the angst between the characters, this book takes readers into a world where it just might be good to be bad.
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Like going home to visit old friends, Letting Go takes readers back to Rock Bay and re-acquaints us with the characters from book one. They are fun and sweet and full of personality, each bringing a uniqueness to the book. With the beginning of the book focused on the main character's past -Drew and Mason- it started quite slowly. If their background could've been integrated within the present-day story, the flow might've been smoother but regardless, there was so much to love about the characters. Drew and Mason's love story was sweet - their obstacles never too much for them to overcome. I enjoyed listening to the narrator bring life to the author's words, and am eager to read about more of the characters from Rock Bay.
I tried both MC romance books by Kristen Ashley on audible. I don't know if what I disliked was the writing style or the reading style but either way, it just won't be joining my list of favorite MC romances.
Since this is the first book I've read of Kristen Ashley, I don't know if what I disliked was the writing style or the reading style. Either way, it just won't be joining my list of favorite MC romances. Bummer.
This is the third book in the Rock Bay series and I've listened to each one on audio. The stories of the men and their friends have each been sweet and written in O'Shea's tender telling. The narrator was a good choice to convey the emotions packed into the stories. I couldn't help but connect with the characters, especially these two men. Logan has been a secondary character since book one, and it was wonderful to see him find his HEA. Justin, though just introduced to us, melded right into the group of friends that I now feel I know - and like.
This book -heck, the entire series- is a good read for the lighter, sweeter summer months.
This might be my favorite book in the series. I like Eric and Sarah more than Tucker and Cass. There's still all that drama and angst, sex and music but these two characters are easier to invest in. Although Eric and Sarah’s childhood stories broke my heart, their possibility of an HEA filled me with hope. There was an undeniable connection that makes readers know the characters are right for one another. The fact that everyone around them knew they were in love before Eric and Sarah admitted it themselves adds a fun element to the story.
Though a few lighter moments were sprinkled in, Eric and Sarah's story is not light. It's dark, brooding and angst-filled. But the ending makes all those darker moments worth the read.
This story is felt, not heard. Between the deep, emotions the author wrote and the prolific manner in which the narrator speaks, this book touches the reader. This is an amazingly beautiful story of -what I hope is- the beginning of a poly-amorous relationship. The three leading men are uniquely individual, yet somehow fit together. The journey they take, especially Dan who gets much of he focus, is monumental. And when he takes that final step, it's both beautiful and fulfilling. Such a tender love story.
The story continues from book one with the relationship heating up a notch. With the angst that comes with young characters and the twist towards the end, the book is a good read.
The narrator has a light voice that's enjoyable, especially for these new adult genre books.
Important events happen in this Breed novella that make it stand out. Things are changing in the Breed world. You won't want to miss this short listen if you're following the series. Kudos to Brianna Bronte for nailing the many accents that added to the story.
I've been reading the Breeds series since its very beginning but listening to the heat that Leigh brings with her Breeds is hotter than hot. Breeds on audio book is so, so good.
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