The second half of this book is terrific, the first half is slow. It's worth while to push through the first half.
The book was okay, I didn't like the narrator at all. She would go from being ok, to awful - her word would get slurred.
I would read another book by Meghan O'Brien/Alicyn Aimes.
The way Dana and Laurel meet could have been more developed. By the end I didn't care if they had more sex or not. It seemed like that's all they did. I would have really enjoyed more back story and how they interact with the outside world.
She did a wonderful job
no clue, it would be a 'R' movie.
The book was fine, the narration was great, Alycyn did a good job. Believe it or not, I would have enjoyed more story and less sex (I never thought I'd say that). The book was more of a timeline of Dana and Laurel's sex life - it took you from one escapade to another.
James Marter's is wonderful as the voice of Harry Dresden. He portrays his sense of humor perfectly.
It's up with the better books.
This book makes me giggle - Lynsay Sands writes terrific funny scenes!
This series is one of my favorite.
The story never really gets off the ground. I'd give it a C out of an A+ series.
I've listened to the rest of the series, and it's fantastic!
The Narrator did a good job.
The book is good to listen to, if for nothing else - to get a jump off point for the rest of the series.
The story is good, sexy!
The narrator didn't show any inflection - and made the story sound grim.
The story was fun, easy to follow.
Narrator has a hard tim keeping with accents, and needs to pay attention to what a Southern, and Scottish accent really sound like.
Jim Killavey didn't work as a narrator for me. I felt like he was reading a text book.
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