This was a good book in the Raven Prince series. This book was not 20 hours long, it was about 10 hours. Not sure why the site says 20 hours or it downloads for 20 hours but it is not. There are 3 books in all but not exactly listed as a series, The order of books is Raven Prince, Leopard Prince and then Serpent Prince. All 3 books were very good, however Leopard Prince was my favorite. I love Elizabeth Hoyt. The Narrator Moira Quirk is fantastic. Worth the credits for sure.
I really loved this story. The twist on the matchmaker was great. This book had all the things I love in a story, A great story line from the start, a couple of little twists, the chemistry between Blake and Samantha was great. Lots of wonderful dialogue throughout the entire book. Wonderfully written sex scenes.
And as usual this author writes with such ease and the whole story flows so nicely and very easy to read.
As for the narrator, I have to say WOW. Samantha in the book is described to have a very sexy voice, 1-800 worthy, and I am here to tell you she sure did! Amazing narration by Tanya Eby. 10 stars for Samantha's voice alone!
This story was so much fun to read! The main characters were fantastic. There was so much going on, a ghost, who was hilarious, murder attempts, mystery, romance, and so much great dialogue.
The chemistry between Maryese and Luc was great and so was the nicely written sex scenes.
There was so much going on all the time that you didn't want to put the book down.
As for the narrator, well she was fantastic. I love Johanna Parker's southern drawl and its perfect for a Louisiana setting. Perfect!
This was a great story. Story line was much better than the second, and as good as the first!
The hero, Trent was great, really liked his character. And the heroine, Monica was strong and smart. They had some great chemistry together, sexual tension and very nicely written sex scenes. Lots of great dialogue throughout the book.
I really like Catherine Bybee's writing style, Easy to read, follow and everything flows very nicely together. Not full of unnecessary filler nonsense. I totally recommend this series.
As for the narrator she is pretty good, still needs to work on her men's voices, but she reads with emotion and has a nice voice.
Not as good as the first book. I really liked the characters, the chemistry, dialogue throughout the book, sexual tension and sex scenes. It was well written and flowed nicely.
BUT a portion of the story line was a bit far fetched and not likely. I know its a book and books are a way to escape and I read all sorts of genre's and don't expect reality at all, but still. (I don't want to spoil anything)
Otherwise it was great. And I have already started the 3rd book in this series.
As for the narrator. She did okay, still hoping she works on her men's voices a bit more.
This was a great story, I really enjoyed it. The story line, plot and concept were all great.
The Hero, Jack was a rich sexy cowboy in his stetson hat! The Heroine, Jessie was strong and witty, not whimpering and whiny, which is always a plus to me. They had great chemistry and some very nicely written sex scenes.
There was a lot of dialogue throughout the book, (I like lots of dialogue) and it was well written, easy to follow. It all flowed very nicely.
As for the narrator, she is fine. I do wish she would practice deepening her voice for the male characters. And work on not making some of the women sound so juvenile. She does try though, and is not the worst I have listened too.
What a great story. I thought this book was so much better than The Forbidden Rose, there was a lot more spy stuff going on. Great plot and story line.
I really liked Juliet and Hawker. Awesome couple, with great chemistry and some great sex scenes. There was a lot of dialogue throughout the book.
As for the narration, well it was fantastic! I love Kristen Potter's narrations, she gives everyone their own distinct voice and does accents and men's voices so good!
hmm.. Where to start... I liked the story it was different. I did think the relationship between Sam and Nafarious seemed forced. I think it would have been better had he known immediately she was his mate, I thought werewolves had an instant mate sense. This did not occur, hence the feeling it was forced.
I would have liked a bit more substance to the story the plot seemed a little weak.
There was dialogue but I would have liked a bit more. There was some good sex scenes written in.
I did like the secondary characters very much, particularly Roland and Maddie.
Sam's change into becoming a werewolf was a bit odd and kinda dull.
With that being said I did like the concept of the story, I did not hate it nor did I love it. I am glad it was not a long book. I am hoping the next story in the series has more excitement, and plot to it. It was free on amazon and a 1.99 on audible so for that price it was worth the listen/read.
As for the narrator, she was a bit monotonous and sounded a robot as she read. She wasn't the worst narrator but definitely not the worst. I think she could do better with the male voices and her reading voice a little less robotic feel.
I really enjoyed this story very much. I loved Anisha and Lord Lazonby. What a great couple with great chemistry, and some good steamy sex scenes. She was strong, determined, witty and took zero crap. No whiny whimpering heroine here. Lots of great dialogue throughout the book. I was so glad to finally find out who the killer was that set Rance Lazonby up for the murder rap. A nice mystery and a little surprise too.
As for the narration, Angele Masters did a fantastic job. The men sounded like men and everyone had their own distinctive voice.
Wow I enjoyed this second book in the FAC series much more than the first book. I really loved the heroine Anais, she was strong, funny and very witty, took zero crap from anyone and spoke her mind. The hero was really good too.
The story line and plot was good, a little bit of kidnapping, and sword fighting. The chemistry between the hero and heroine was hot and steamy, plenty of sex but not too much. There was quite a bit of dialogue too. I love dialogue in the books I read.
I like the "Gift" story in these books, it's different but not too out there to be considered paranormal. (I do read paranormal books too, and like them)
As for the narrator she did a fantastic job. I did speed her up to 1.25 speed but that is just my preference, she did fine at regular speed as well. She made the men sound like men and gave everyone their own distinct voice.
This was a decent story. The hero and heroine were good, had some good chemistry a few nicely written sex scenes. There was a lot of dialogue in this book, which I liked. I liked the secondary characters.
However there was not much substance to the story, no mystery or anything like that. One secret you found out about at the end, but no OMG moments at all.
I do like the writing style so I will listen to the next book and hope it is a bit more exciting than this one.
As for the narration it was not the best, but not the worst. She did make the men sound like men, but she made the heroine sound really bored a lot of the time.
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