Another outstanding performance by Davina Porter of another extraordinary book by DG. It certainly was worth the wait!
Totally loved the story and the narration. Will immediately listen to all the other books of the series.
I loved the narration as well as the story - as I did with "After the Fire". Interesting plot, romance and steamy situations are as lividly described as fire fighters at work. Definitely a 5 star audiobook.
sizzling, spitting, steaming
Logan's voice is very convincing and makes him what he is: a testosterone-filled man - quite impressive considering the female speaker....
I certainly laughed a couple of times
I liked the character of Sam, I found the drama part of the book (abduction) rather irreal and not very well thought through.
yes, I liked the first hot shots book. There's hope....
A better plot
Unfortunately, not even the steamy scenes were really good. It seems to me that this book was written in a hurry....
I very much liked the narrator who gives the story an authentic touch.
I would have liked the story to be stretched a bit - felt like an abridged version.
The twists and turns and the detailed characters
No, would be too much for my poor little heart
I haven't listened or read any comparable book regarding suspense
Ben Tierney - Lang's manly, low voice matches Tierney's appeal to Lilly (and me:)
Blue or not blue
I recommend this book to everyone with a liking for for criminal suspense and erotic elements
Yes - knowing the twisting storyline I could now concentrate more one the descriptive elements which are very well done.
couldn't say, it's quite unique as far as I know
surprising, erotic, fascinating
Mac - he is true to himself and caring for others.
Very sensual, great differentiation of voices, passionate.
a ménage based on love
Just loved it!
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