Sensual, captivating narration by John Lazaro. Storyline good, but not compelling. Lacked history and depth.
This trilogy is turning out to be another story that should have been one book, but was stretched thinly into three to make more money.
Half of this book was more of the same melodramatic whining present in book one, which was acceptable, considering the initial hurdles of youth, inexperience, virginity, secrets, hang-ups, and every other part of becoming intimately acquainted.
But this second book was an irritating listen because more than half of it was a repeat of Steel's tantrums and whining.
A different narrator might have change my reaction.
Exceptional grammar combined with flawless narration can make any book a more pleasurable listen.
But I also appreciate MacLean's writing style, with interesting and relevant events taking place throughout the story instead of repetitive filler.
Interesting characters and storyline. Twists and turns kept my attention.
Will be looking for more from this narrator.
difficult to rate because the female narration was poorly performed. too bad because the male narration was great.
i wasn't able to accurately rate the story because i wasn't able to listen to narration.
Looking forward to hearing more from this narrator. Convincing narrative and portrayal of characters. Compelling male/female voices.
Anxious for the outcome of several story lines in this series.
Am especially hooked on latest character developments!
A waste of time and money, Sped ahead, hoping for improvement but only got worse.
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