Definitely I would, because is a great story as usual by Ms. Hamilton and is narrated by the awesome voice of JD Hart.
There are lots of books out there that have SEALs as main characters, including the ones in the series this is part of, but they are all different, there is no comparison.
I have many, but the one I burst out laughing was where they were in the donut shop and the kiss between Kenny and his girl was described: "... It sounded more like a toilet plunger..." Love it when the author throws these funny descriptions in.
Love at first sight does exist!
I recommend this and all the books in the series. I said it before and saying it again... the books were awesome when I read them, but listening to them narrated by THE VOICE of JD Hart brings them to life.
The first thing that drew me to this is the narrator's voice! I usually stay away from female narrators, but Ms. Gilbert's voice spoke to me. So much passion, very well spoken, articulate. I started listening out of curiosity, nothing like I listened to before, except Erma Bombeck yeons ago. The stories told by the author from her real life experiences are captivating. Some made me think, some made me laugh out loud and some made me shake my head and what they have in common is that most of us can relate to these. The accents and temperament of the different people she introduces are so wonderfully executed. I loved it all, despite some background noises popping up here and there, but I thought they added to the story. Looking forward to listening to the next one, the Memoirs!
What a great story and narrated by Paul Woodson made it even better than when I read it. Loved the connection between the main characters, Duncan and Brenna, despite their difficulty in reaching their HEA, but when they finally connect it is wonderful. I love Ms. Baldwin writing style, it pulls me in the story and makes me feel like I am there cheering, laughing, crying along with the characters. Adding the voice of Mr. Woodson made it almost real, his deep voice, full of passion and the Scotish burr makes my heart melt.
First, the story was awesome, the blurb doesn't do it justice. The twists coming when least expected were great, I love that in a book. The main characters, Murph and Kate, were so mismatched at the beginning made me wonder where does the story go, but as the story unfolded I fell in love with them. Great secondary characters, the chief and the mail lady were my fave.
Dana Marton is a new author-to-me and I like what I see so far, I will be looking for her other books to enjoy. Thank you Ms. Marton.
As for the narration, I loved Ms. Ragan's voice, not as varied as others I've listened to, but great pitch, very pleasant. The only thing that bugged me is that she has a slight lisp, not sure what it is from, but a few places I had to go back and listen again to the word/s to hear what it was, two places I couldn't make it out even after the third listen.
I think adding a voice like Mason Lloyd does a lot to the story, brings the characters and story to life, so yes, I think it is better.
I liked the other books I listened to in the Dragon Lords and they are great stories, they might be similar, but they all have something unique.
Yes, I did, "The Barbarian Prince" and this is much better. Love his voice, but yet again, fewer times than the last one, the tone didn't match what the character said.
Yes and no... Yes because the story was really good, no because I didn't want it to end. Enjoyable experience.
I love Ms. Pillow's world of Dragon Lords, I am hooked and I am looking forward to listening to the next one.
I loved the story when I read it and listening to Brad Wills narrating it makes it even more enjoyable, the characters come alive. He has an incredible versatile voice.
Rowan is my fave in this book, he is what I believe a true Highlander hero to be. Loyal, fierce warrior, with a heart of gold that puts others welfare before his own.
There are many, the book as a whole was a delight to read and listen to. It stirred many emotions and that is what I look for in a book.
Yes it was, but real life gets in the way sometimes. I listened to it while on the move. Sometimes I just want to take it slow so it lasts longer and sometimes can't stop because I want to know what happens next.
I love Suzan Tisdale's books, they are gems and enjoyed every one of them. I think Brad Wills is a great choice to tell them, I love listening to his voice, and this audiobook is no exception.
It ranks quite far up. The story was awesome, even though at time I wanted to smack Nadja for being so stubborn, but as the story unfolded, I understood more why she was the way she was.
The story has dragon shifters, my fave. It had quite a few twists that I didn't expect, made the story more interesting.
I usually try to stay away from female narrators, they just don't do much for me. But... I was pleasantly surprised by Ms. Hudson's awesome voice, she's got a fan in me. Great pitch, characters easily recognizable with the different tones. Very pleasant to listen to.
There were quite a few, but the ending stands out when Nadja and Olek finally accept each other fully, their joy was palpable and I loooove happy endings.
I liked that scenes from the previous book were recounted from another perspective. It is a great story with lots of depth, suspense, romance and a dash of spice. I am looking forward to listening to the next one. Thank you Ms. Pillow for an awesome book and a great choice in choosing Ms. Hudson to tell it.
I would recommend it because it is a very heartfelt story.
There were many, but one that stands out is towards the end when they returned from the war and the ship docks. The happy reunions and the mourning of the lost warriors.
I think Aidan was well performed.
There was a range of emotions, I laughed, I cried, I got angry and felt anticipation.
I loved Paul Woodson's voice. He has a very pleasing voice, the reason for the 4 stars is because some places the emotion was not there. If it wasn't mentioned that the character was angry or he or she snapped back at somebody, or cried out in happiness, I wouldn't have known from the way it was narrated.
exciting, sexy, unexpected
I didn't like Josh in the first book, but he grew on me in this book, by the middle of the book, he burrowed himself in my heart. He is my book boyfriend now :D
I think JD's performance of all the characters makes hard to choose, but Josh will have to be my fave, and Audrey as a close second.
Love always wins, even in the Underworld!
A very different prospective in the angel genre. Just as with book one of the series, listening to the audio made a big difference for me from reading it myself. I totally recommend it to even the most picky listeners, I am one too.
Oh I definitely would! Wee William is my fave character in the whole series and I waited for his audio for seems like forever LOL I think this is the best performance of Brad Wills yet of any I heard so far.
There is no comparison, each book/audio has a charm and story that keeps it unique, and this one is definitely unique.
Where do I start? Loved the deep voice, the flexibility of switching from character to character, be that woman, man, child, old or young, English or Scottish accents, I wondered sometimes if there is really only his voice. The passion with which he tells the tale is incredible, pulled me in and didn't let go.
Yes, it was, alas real life interferes sometimes, I also wanted to drag it out so it will last longer.
I loved the book when I read it, but now having listened to it narrated by the incredible voice of Brad Wills, Wee William is burrowed in my heart for good. There will be more times where I will be listening to this audio. Thank you Ms. Tisdale for a great story and Mr. Wills for telling it in such a wonderful and unforgettable way.
I love that it has my fave shifters, dragons, and it is the reason I picked this up. Interesting mix of the futuristic and shifter with a medieval feel to it.
Ualan of Draig is my fave character, the warrior with a tender heart. Even though Morrigan hurt him so many times, he is so good to her. I also loved the Queen.
My fave scene was almost at the end when they were in the closet and she is communicating with her editor.
Not at the beginning, but as it went on, made me want to just sit and listen. to find out what is next. I listened while in the car, while cooking...
I am looking forward to listen to more on the series with this narrator. Great voice. He did a wonderful job with Ualan and most other characters, but I feel that needed more emotion with Morrigan's voice especially in the love scenes. What she said and what she sounded like didn't quite match.
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