With Lorelei King Narrating, it's hard to go wrong. And she made this already entertaining book even better. The author achieved a wonderful balance between funny, vulnerable, sexy and dangerous for the heroine, Charley Davidson. I can't wait for the next book in the series to come out!
Thoroughly enjoyable, as usual. Lorelei King is the perfect narrator for this series. I can't wait for the next book in the series.
The character of Mercy Thompson is someone you can really enjoy.
Mercy, although I have a weak spot for Stefan, the Scooby Doo t-shirt wearing vampire.
Story sounded like it was written by a sexually precocious teen-aged girl. It's one of the few books I couldn't finish. I don't usually write reviews, but this one is bad enough I feel like I need to warn people off.
Narrator sounded like an airhead. A different narrator might have improved the book slightly.
If you want to read some GOOD witchy books, try Dresden Files by Jim Butcher, The Hollows series by Kim Harrison, Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearn (has witches in it), and Secondhand Spirits series by Juliet Blackwell.
Great plot line.
Getting the individual perspectives of the characters
Fay fighting the Chairman
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, which was different from a lot of the frilly and emotion-tweaking fantasy books out there directed toward female readers. The book was well written, had a great plot, the reader was fabulous, and women didn't need saving. Bravo.
I was thoroughly disappointed in the reading of Whiskey Sour. The multiple narrators did NOT help the book, and they tried to make the audio sound like a television audiotrack. That was just wrong. This character was hardbitten and her attempts to be cute with jokes and quips fell short. Overall the story was okay.
I REALLY enjoyed this book, and kept thinking that Jane Jameson and Sookie Stackhouse (by Charlaine Harris) should get together for some drinks. What a hoot! I'm exciting to me getting the next in the series.
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