Yes. I like the accent of the highlanders.
I would compare it to The Mackenzies series.
I like the way she gave voice to the characters.
I liked the part when the hero is revealed to be a highlander at the inn. That was a great scene!
A great addition to the series.
I loved the story. This author weaves a tale that keeps you with her to the end. There's intrigue as well as passion and romance to spare. Loved it!
Yes and no. I always enjoy books by this author, but I will have to read them from now on.
The twists and turns in the relationship of two people who must find a way to both work and love together.
I am sure he would have been ok if he had started the series from the beginning. However, I just cannot get used to hearing Steel's voice in such a high pitch. It was like nails on a chalkboard!
No. Like all the KGI novels, I will enjoy updates in the books that follow.
These books are stand alone, but I would advise that next time there needs to be a change in narration for whatever reason, try to keep with the same type of voice at least. The southern accent does not make up for the change in pitch.
I would and I will! This story has so many twists and turns that it was like riding a rollercoaster! My emotions were all over the place, and I loved every minute of it!
When Acheron was reading Ryssa's diary with Soteria.
Where do I begin. He brought it to life! His characterizations and voices were so flawless that I forgot he was only one person narrating. He is just that good! Also, I had the ebook companion and I definitely found I enjoyed the narration better.
There were many! However, I cried hard when Styxx described lying alone in his room, feeling isolated from his brother, sister and nephew who were in the next room laughing. Wow! What a powerful image of a lost and neglected child!
Ms Kenyon did the impossible with this book. She actually had me disliking Acheron! That is huge! He has been the hero since the beginning, and now I see that like all hero's he has flaws that hurt not just himself, but his own brother. Wow! The other thing I admire about Ms Kenyon is that she could keep this book and all her books so consistent while continuing to unravel an ever evolving plot is nothing short of amazing to me! I can't wait for the next installment!
Yes. I love books, but hearing the story just helps to bring the characters to life in a way that reading alone does not always do. This narrator is excellent at drawing me in.
The upstairs room when all H*** breaks loose! What action! Love it!
I like that the performance is seamless. He slid from male to female and from accent to accent without a hitch and without breaking my concentration on the story.
All the moments between Talon and his sister, especially the last one.
I love this series, and I have found myself owning both the books and the audiobooks. That takes a lot for me, so way to go Sherrilyn. I may be broke, but keep em coming!
Sizzling and Captivating!
I would compare this series to the Dream Guardians by Sylvia Day. Both have hunky immortal guardians and a great story line to boot!
Unsure, she did a great job with the characters.
Sexy, thrilling, action and adventure series!
Of all the books I have listened to, this series ranks high on my list. The characters have depth, and the passion is definitely sizzling!
My favorite character in this book is Bowen. He has intrigued me since we met him in the first book.
My favorite scene is the one in the cave in the jungle when Bowen convinces Mari to come to the cave alone with him. Even though it was basically blackmail, you could have cut the sexual tension with a knife!
Nothing! I love the voices, and way they distinguish who is talking. I followed it seemlessly!
I must admit I have become a little spoiled in listening to this series. I tried to read one of them, and found I kept hearing the voice of the narrator in my head anyway! Keep em coming!
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