Yes. I'm sure there is some stuff that I missed the first time.
It gives somee of the back story that leads up to the original books.
About the same. He's very good and expressive.
This wasn't as good as The Care and Feeding book. This one was a little predicable but still a light, fun book.
I liked how uptight the vampire was in contrast to the driver and their dynamic/interactions.
A little more complexity of the back stories of the characters.
I thought it was funny and quirky. The story was semi light but the report between the two characters was like ting and yang and full of sarcasm...which I personally enjoy.
I liked the sister. She called like she saw it. But the main characters did the same
I enjoyed her narration. She put the matter of fact and the sarcasm at just the right parts.
It made me laugh.
It was insightful into the growing dynamic of the brothers.
I've listened to all of them.
The story branched out into other storylines which was interesting. There was alot of exploration of Christian and why he was the he was. To read him unfold and reveal so much of himself to Anna and others was very interesting to read. I really enjoyed all of the books but this one tied (no pun intended) it up nicely.
The evolution of christian.
The conversation they had in bed where be bared everything.
It was cool to hear the book being read by the author...from his point of view of how the story unfolds.
It was great!
It was wonderful to hear the story.
Watching the show and now listening to the books gives alot of additional perspective.
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