Turn on the charm
According to some (including himself), Constantine is one of the greatest heroes of dragonkin who ever lived. Too bad he's now lonelier than ever, and his biggest adventure involves a blow-up sheep - until he has an opportunity to save his kind once again. All Constantine has to do is break into a demon's dungeon, steal an ancient artifact, and reverse a deadly curse. The plan certainly does not involve rescuing a woman....
Turn up the heat
Bee isn't sure whether to be infuriated or relieved when Constantine pops up in her prison. The broody, brawny shifter lights her fire in a way no one ever has before, yet how far can she really trust him? Their chemistry may be off the charts, but when push comes to shove, Constantine will have to make a crucial choice: to save the dragons or the woman he's grown to love with fierce intensity.
©2015 Katie MacAlister (P)2015 Hachette Audio
Once again Katie MacAlister comes through with a thoroughly enjoyable book. The Dragon series will keep you entertained as well as wanting more when it's done. i'm just completely bummed that the awesome Barbara Rosenblatt did not narrate this book. She created the voices of Aisling, Drake, Constantine, and all the other beloved characters - especially Jim. It's just sad that this entertaining book was read by someone that obviously never listened to the previous books so doesn't know how to correctly pronounce the Katie words.
The voice acting was so bad which is sad because I like Tavia Gilbert. I just found the story so boring as well and my mind keep drifting off.
Action packed with love and laughs. Who knew Constantine had depths? Who knew he could be hot? Well he's both in this story. Bee, the charmer in more ways than one, is funny. Somewhat of a cliffhanger at the end, but hey...next great story.
Bee or Gary - hard call
Gary, toy robot truck, hamster ball, & brothel...
my daughter got me into audiobooks and shapeshifters and vampire books. listening to audiobooks is a mind break from my everyday problems.
my disappointment was not at the storyline but at the narrator. its like you watch a series for a certain amount of time and for whatever reason they replace the same character with anothr person. the show is not the same. i couldnt get use to the new narrator especialy the demon dog voice.. its petty but i did like the narrator(s) from the earlier series.
my favorite character for most of her dragon books was the demon dog. his sarcastic honesty was really funny.
no. i think making it a tv seres or movie would probably ruin it. i am not sure if the special efffects would make the characters be realistic. i would hate the storyline to be watered down to fit into something that would make it marketable to readers that are not fans of the author.
Tavia Gilbert and read a book and she's one of my favorite narrators but she can do better and has done better.
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