Live bait makes all the difference.
Sent on a mission to lure Budapest's vampire Overlord into a trap, Connie Bence is instead caught red-handed by the dark Casanova.
Her employer has concrete proof of the dubious leader's misdeeds but she is surprised when this ruthless killer, Rurik, offers her protection and rescues her from his own kind. It plants seeds of doubt in her mind and she begins to question his guilt.
Now she is thrown into his world where blackmail determines her every move and where she must betray those she cares about or let them die. The stakes are high. She either puts her trust in Rurik or leads him to his execution.
Love or life.
©Life Tina Floreskul (P)2012 Tina Floreskul
I'll definitely be recommending this one to my fellow audiobook fans... packed with action and sizzle!
Worth a credit? If, like me, you're into steamy Vampire tales then definitely YES!!!
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
This was a gamble for me as I haven't heard of the author before but my gamble really paid off. Thoroughly entertaining from the start - Connie is the bait and part of a team of Hunters trying to trap a supposedly viscous vampire called Rurik (in walks tall, dark and handsome). But he captures her instead with disastrous consequences for them both.
Good romance plot, action packed, evil bad guys in the form of very very old vampires called Nosferatu (in walks the evil deformed uglies), all the characters were interesting and, or but, the sex scenes were pretty low on the temperature scale.
You think the book ends with a '......happily ever after' but reading from the author's website, Book 2 will continue their romance but things don't go as expected for them both. This will be an automatic download for me when Audible releases it.
Narrator was a bit slow but I put her on double-speed so it wasn't a problem.
Worth a credit? I thoroughly enjoyed it - so it's a definite YES.
The narration makes the book. I think if the narrator is good you can listen to almost anything.
As I said in my review for "Catch" I think Kristine Hvam did an excellent job with the Jane Yellowrock series and I think she would have been great for these books.
Only paid 1.99 each for Bait and Catch and not sure they were worth even that with the horrible narration.
Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
I found Bait lacking. I just couldn't get interested in the story at all. My mid was wondering after the second chapter. The narrator lacked that special something that hooks you into the story. The story could of had some more lust and spice thrown in as well. I won't other with anymore of this series.
this is a sad copy of One Foot in the Grave. I was really looking forward to it but it let me down. Though the narrator did a good job of trying to give this story life.
I really enjoyed this story & I'm excited for the next which I'll start listening too in 5 minuets lol. I'm only bummed the 3rd book isn't in audio since I work 14-16 hr days & it's the only way I cN read. Fresh twist, refreshing & very enthrall one!!
"Take the bait and be enthralled"
The Angler series is one of my favorites, though this is my first time listening to the audio book. The combination of Jennifer O'Donnell's almost languid delivery and fabulous accents added a lot to my enjoyment and I look forward to re-listening in the future.
I've always loved Tane. He's such a complex character with a long, fascinating past. He at times comes across as absolutely ruthless, really evil and soulless - and I love a bad, baddie! There are glimpses of his humour and loving nature, just enough to tease without satisfying my hunger. ;-)
No, I will look out for her in future as her slow measured delivery, fantastic accents, (I love the way she rolls her 'Rs') and differing voices brought a new dimension to the story for me.
I must confess I shed a tear as Connie relives her last days with her husband. Set in such surreal circumstances, it heightened the tension and pain of the surrounding scenes.
I love Annie Nicholas books and have read many. I look forward to listening or reading the others very much.
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