Coleen Mario. Her voice variations and the emotions that she put into each character was very well done.
Dev's fighting with a love that never died and Leslie's dealing with her guilt and regret for what happened to Devon when the two were teenagers.
Her voice variations between all the characters.
Yes, and I have. More than once.
In this, the 3rd book in the Provincetown series, we're introduced to KT O'Bannon, Tory's ex love. After suffering a career threating injury, KT went to Tory for help. Tory, understandably so, is reluctant to over KT a job. The new character in the series, Pia Torres is a rehab specialist and of course, the sparks fly when she meets KT. Tory and Reese love is still as strong as ever but is put to the test when Reese is called into active duty. The drama. A body is found in the dunes and it's up to the young recruits, Bri Parker and my girl, Allie Tremont to find the party where the drugs are being sold. Just like the first two, the story just moves along. The love between Tory and Reese is inspiring and the sex scenes are as hot as ever. Nicol Zanzarella narration is simply amazing. Her voice is so deep and well, you know. If you have immerse reading, I highly recommend reading it along with Nicol's narration. Audio or not, it's still a very good story to a great series. Enjoy
Right at the top. The first book in the series, Safe Harbor was good and so I wasn't expecting the second to be as good but I'm happy to say that I was wrong.
When Carr saw Bri dancing with Allie. I thought that Nicol Zanzarella captured the emotions of Bri and Caroline wonderfully.
Without a doubt, Allie Tremont. I love the southern accent.
No. It was just a very good story that was well told.
This is the second of the Provincetown tales where Reese and Tory are trying to start a family while Reese is trying to catch an arsonist. We're introduced to Allie Tremont. A sexy and alluring cadet that has her sights set on Bri. Once again the narration is top notch and the sex was hot as ever. I fell in love with Allie and loved the way that Nicol Zanzarella captured her southern accent and personality. A great read as well as a great audio. Highly recommended.
Entertaining, sexy, funny
The first time, well the only time in the story that Ryan and Jen made love. I thought that it was handled very well.
Lost and Found
A very good story with some endearing characters. Ryan and Jen was super and the supporting cast was equally entertaining. Jen's first time with a woman was both sexy and funny. Highly recommended.
Good, passionate, sexy
Fated Love and Crosswords comes to mind. Like those stories, Passion deals with a highly talented surgeon who has to overcome personal issues for the sake of love. In Saxon's case, it's an overactive nervous system and a past that she likes to stay in the past.
Dr. Saxon Sinclair. Coleen Marlo did a fantastic job with the character.
Neither. It was just a very good medical romance.
I was introduced to Saxon Sinclair at the end of Fated Love and was intrigued by the character. Passion didn't disappoint. Coleen Marlo's voice added so much to the characters Saxon and Jude as well as Maddie, Saxon's grandmother. I read the hard copy but the audio gave me something more.
The narration. I always love when the voice vary from character to character. The distinction between Reese and Tory was very well done. The emotion that Nicol Zanzarellebut into her narration left me wanted more. All and all, very good.
The love between Reese and Tory. The emotions and anger of Bri Parker and her father, Nelson.
When Reese first kissed Tory and Tory said, "Sheriff Colen, I do not intend to sleep with you in your patrol car."
When Reese was shot and Tory screamed at Nelson to let her go.
This is the beginning of a very good series in my opinion. Reese Colen and Tory King is the type of lovers that Radclyffe is known for. Two people who fall in love and stay in love. I would have liked to have known a little bit more about Kate, Reese's mother and her partner Jean. Nicol Zanzarelle did a masterful job of narration. Highly recommended.
Very High. I always loved lesbian westerns, unfortunately there's not enough of them. Good ones anyway. The stories were well written and most were well narrated. I liked some more than others and thought that a few would have stood well on their own as full novels.
The narration and voice acting that went into the telling of the stories.
They were all pretty good. Some more than others The fact that the stories were narrated by different voice actors added some diversity to the stories.
Girl Cowboy and The Adventures Of A Lesbian Cowboy were the two best narrated and best written stories in my opinion.
The stories were a little tame as far as lesbian erotica goes, but they were still good and as I said earlier some of the stories could stand alone. It would be a special treat if some of the better lesbian westerns that were written would make their way to audio. Innocent Heart and Backwards To Oregon to name a few.
Yes. Even though I'm not a van of the performance, I thought that the story was very good with some pretty funny moments.
The comic timing was pretty good. I got a good laugh out of every chapter.
Better voice variation.
Drusilla. She was the most entertaining.
Yes. For a short story, it was well written and funny. Not to mention very sexy and erotic.
Anna. She was bold and sexy and I loved the accent.
Actually there's two. The first was when Anna confronted Sylvia and the second was when Anna dragged Kelly into the bathroom. "However, whenever. Remember?"
It was too short to be moved.
Well done, funny and sexy. The distinction between the characters was very well done. The only real draw back is that it was way too short. Less than 100 pages. I read stories that weren't have has good but twice as long. Tillie Hooper did an amazing job. The southern accent of Anna's was so sexy it gave me goose bumps.
Yes. The sex scenes was very erotic. Too bad the performance was lacking.
Yes for the same reasons has above.
No. I thought that her performance lacked emotion and was rather dull.
I really liked the idea behind the story. The sex and romance between Dana and Laurel was very hot. Too bad they couldn't get someone else to do the audio.
Not really. The overall story was weak and lacked substance in my opinion.
The idea of having to murder the entire world to make a buck.
Daniela Finnsbury-Sterling, Finn to her friends.
More of it.
This story really didn't need the idea of committing mass murder for the sake of making money. On top of that, it ended badly.
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