Fresh from college and with no real work experience, Victoria Westernly considers herself lucky to land the coveted position of personal assistant to Darien Ritter, the CEO and owner of a multibillion-dollar company. His busy schedule and eccentric ways are enough to keep her on her toes. But, all is not what it seems when she discovers the handsome man employing her just happens to be the most powerful vampire in the area.
Kindling Flames is a new adult paranormal romance series that listeners will fall in love with.
©2014 Julie Wetzel (P)2016 Julie Wetzel
I'm not usually a fan of vampire stories, but this one has just enough of everything else that I was glad I bought it.
As some of the other reviews said, it is part of a longer story and I wished the author had made each one longer so I hear more. It stopped at a critical point and there were better ways to play this out that would have made the characters more 3 dimensional. However, if I find the others on sale I'll buy them.
Books speak to the soul.
This is a different Vampire book and it leads up to something? I'm not sure what, but it kept me on edge to find out. Sadly, the other books in the series aren't available on audio yet. However, I'm glad I got to hear this one.
I have read several of this series, but I'll never buy another audio version of it read by Marcio Catalano. I"m very fussy about pronunciation- he pronounced sandwich as 'sangwich'= not once but all through it. By the time we got to 'beignets' and Cafe Du Monde( pronounce all the letters- not a French thought among them) and this was by the second chapter- I was done. His voice for the females is horrible and Darian Ritter is about as multi-faceted as a pane of glass. I would suggest reading this series but not listening to it.
Not worth a credit- or even $4.99 when it comes on sale.
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