Yes!!! without a dout this is the kind of book that allows you to see your self in the female character (Neve), there were moments in the story that had me laughing, moments of anger and frustration and moments when I knew exactly how Neve was feeling.
I think the best thing about this story is that it's an honest one, I've read books were the female character has overweight problems and the male character falls in love with the girl, tells her she is beautiful in every way and that he accepts her in all her glory.
Come on people !!!! life is not like that, the truth is that for overweight girls and women in general sometimes life is not that simple and this book tells it like it is.
This book is defenitly realistic but it also has a beautiful and credible love story
Yes I like her performance, I think she did a great job.
Maybe not in one sitting because it had parts that were a little dificult for me to listen and I had to take a moment to think about them.
I'm not a huge fan of historical romance but Julie Garwood has a way of writting that gets to you, the story is gripping and the characters are very well developed. Although there were times when I got very frustated with the male character and wanted to slap him (really hard) just to shot him up (chauvinistic pig) but i guess that is part of a good book, when you get so wrapped up that you started empathizing with the characters.
Rosalyn Landon did an exellent job with the voices and accents, very good.
All in all I recommened this book for everyone, historical romance fan or not.
I also recommend from this author The secret and Ransom really great books.
This book defenitetly wasn't for me. The premise is really good but by the middle of it I started getting really annoyed by all the flashback in the story.
I like to have a little background on the characters in order to understand them better but in this case it was too much.
Mmmmm.... yes I would.
The 3 books in the serie are very good, although there were times in the story that I got very annoyed with the characters specially Adam and sometimes Juliette too.
But Warner definetily overshadowed the other two. What an amazing character !!!
I wouldn't have given 4 stars to the book if not for Warner.
I love dystopians. Everything about the end of the world as we know it, a new regime and how the main characters survive the challenges set upon them is very apealing to me.
So for that reason only this books had me from the first chapters of the first book add to that the well develope plot, the settings and the interaccion between the 3 main characters and you couldn't go wrong with the books
This was a good ending for the trilogy.
When Julliete finally tells Warner how she feels.
Yes there were several.
The best one for me was the ending.
I simply love happy endings.
Yes, I definitely recommend this book.It's diferent from the paranormal stories I read or listen lately. the way the autor unfolds the story and develops the characters is very realistic and believable, and by the end of the book I was captivate
The others. The way the author describes the way they think and feel is very unique.
I don't know... Maybe one of them was when Simon Wolfgard was telling someone that he really hates when the female humans thought of him as a romance novel werewolf and so he will fall in love with them !!! When in truth he only sees them as food or prey. LOL
Everything in this book was very good. The only but is that I'll have to wait months for the next one.
I have to say that I took a chance with this one, wasn't sure if I was going to like it.
I'm sooo happy I did. T
Being a fan of dystopian and sci-fi in young adult books this was exactly the type of book I was hoping for lots of surprises, a well-thought-out plot and great characters.
Kira Moore tough heroine and very likeable.
Very good trilogy
GRIPPING, FAST PACE AND UNFORGETTABLE This book has everything, it's the right combination of romance and action with an amazing ending. Actually all three books are great.Well done, it was worth the wait.
I really enjoy stories where you forget all that is happening around you. Stories that are so well written that you start to empathize with the characters and their journeys. Stories that made you laugh and cry. Stories that you just CAN NOT turn off.
This series is one of those and this last audio book is the perfect conclusion for an amazing Trilogy.
The last one. I LOVE happy endings
Yes, it made me cry and laugh
I happily recommend this book
I simply don't know were to begin the story was slow pace, repetitive and It had nothing to do with the previous books (witch were great) I kept waiting for the story to pick up but it never did. And although I really wouldn’t have minded the slow pace and the turn the author gave to the story to explain what was outside the city in exchange for a great ending what I got was just so, and I mean, SO disappointing that I can't believe it . WHY? What was the point to end it that way? So to answer the question I would say that in order to give 3 stars to this book (don't think it could reach 4 stars) I would definitely change the last chapters.
IT. IS. NOT. FAIR. I feel betrayed, angry, sad and frustrated.
I’ve heard Emma Galvin in other audio books and I think she’s an exellent performer.
I haven't heard Aaron Stanford before but think he made a good job.
All the characters in the bureau, specially David
I definitely DO NOT recommended this book I just can’t do it.
Report Inappropriate Content