Can ghosts really talk?
J. J. Graves is about to find out when her past comes back to haunt her. But before she and Jack can resolve her past, they need to deal with his.
Six years ago Jack was left for dead during a SWAT raid he commanded. He never speaks of what happened that day, but he doesn't have a choice after someone starts murdering his men. According to the FBI, Jack is either next on the list, or he's the one behind it all.
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1. The plot was fascinating.
2. Didn't have to suffer page after page of sexy imagery about how hot some chic was.
Normally in stories like this, authors go beyond the call of duty by providing in great
detail how tight her little bum is, how beautiful she is and she should be a model, or her
flawlessly put together her breasts are. Ugh! If I was into chics, all that would be
awesome. But my attraction falls towards men, so a little equal opportunity in the sexy
imagery department would be nice. Well, this story had none of that non-sense.
3. The relationship between the heroines felt real.
4. I very much liked most of the characters.
5. The narrator gave an exceptional performance!
6. The story was fast paced laced in action and suspense to the very end.
7. This is definitely a good read or a great narration to sit back to and enjoy!
I forgot what an amazing story teller Ms. Hart is!
When she threaten to kill the chic that slapped her man...that was priceless!
Although I would prefer a man narration, Ms. Faye performance was absolutely PERFECT!!!!
When she tells him she saw & spoke to her dad, his reaction to that was hurtful.
Fabulous story! Definitely a recommend.
Take a look it's in a book...Reading Rainbow!
Book three in the series takes on Jack's past and more of the mystery around JJ's parents. There are less plot holes in this story, Still rapid fire and charismatic as ever!
The relationship between JJ and Jack is pretty solid, I like that, too much drama kills a series. He does blow one thing out of proportion, she only waited a day. The banter and playfulness between the two is a staple and key thing I love in the series. They are a dynamic couple and I love the way they interact.
The bedroom door is open, but not scorching details like an erotic romance. There is plenty of naughtiness to keep a gal warm and fanning her face! These two have spent so long denying themselves that they have gone combustible!!! To say they go at it like rabbits is an understatement!! But it fits the whole feel of the book.
The narrative is all from JJ's POV, which is fine, but you are left wondering what is on Jack's mind. He is very verbal about his feelings, which helps.
The mystery this time is interesting and takes us into Jack's past. We get a much fuller picture of what his time as a cop in the city. Thank goodness this was more on a solvable level. I like being able to put those pieces together. The story has plenty of action to keep you on your toes.
I listened to the audiobook narrated by Laura Faye Smith, who is rapidly becoming a favorite. She has a great way of adding movement into the narration, plenty of energy in the action and smexy scenes. Great voices that are distinct and consistent, you never have to wonder who is speaking. She has a really pleasant tone that holds humor and sass.
Overall, I am enjoying the progression of this series. The underlying mystery of her parents activities grows more intriguing with each book. I love the relationship between the main characters and the supporting cast is engaging as well. These are fun quick reads that I have easily become addicted to!
Liliana Hart continues the brilliant adventure of JJ and Jack. Realistic and quick tempo dialogue is the perfect fit for an audiobook.
book one better. OK narrator.
needed more development subplot and action. too much technical sex, boring.
J. J. Graves is an excellent character. The world created for her is intelligent and realistic. This is a great series.
it's not out in audio well looks like I have to read Book 4. This had happened to me more than I can count. What's the matter with these people? My guess they're losing a lot of money by missing out on not having all of a series on audio. Oh well moving on
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