No. I did not care for the writing, or the narration.
Come up with her own storyline, rather than write a so-called "erotica" story that so closely mirrors Stephenie Meyers Twilight.
No. I did not care at all for her narration of the male characters.
I purchased this book with one of my monthly credits, due to a little prodding from a friend who had just read the books. As I began listening I was a little surprised and annoyed to discover all the similarities to Stephenie Meyers Twilight. Both set in Washington, the same hair color for the male characters in each, many descriptive qualities, and others. I continued to listen, as my friend kept insisting that I would come to Love Christian. I'm still waiting.
I'm not a prude, but the constant use of the word f--k got old REALLY quickly. It was also unbelievable to me that a virgin would allow herself to get into this kind of "relationship"
The whole thing with the e-mails - subject, date, time, etc - got really, really annoying as well.
Throughout the book, I found myself rolling my eyes often. Should I worry about being spanked for that?
All in all, I was very disappointed with the book. I'm glad I didn't pay for it, but I really wish I would have spent my credit on a book I know I would have enjoyed.
Yes. I enjoy the story.
I don't think I could pick a favorite character.
I normally enjoy Phil Gigante's performances, but the way he screwed up Levi's name all through the book almost ruined the entire book for me. I cringed every time he said Levi's name. I'm not at all sure how Phil came up with "Lavey" as the pronunciation for Levi. Ugh.
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