Lindsey Ferra signed up for Earth's Singles Program wanting love, marriage and happiness. She found the first two but the third required a bit of work. Fighting aliens, running from aliens and making friends with aliens all seem to be on the agenda for the day. Her only question now is can she find her way back and will happiness be on the schedule this time.
Senate Leaders Baruk Laars and Zadal Gatar planned a marriage for business reasons. Their wife Lindsey gave them something else...love. Can these two work together to correct their mistake and will Lindsey be rescued before it's too late?
Intended for mature audience. Contains ménage and m/f/m scenes
©2015 Michelle Howard (P)2016 Michelle Howard
Love listening to audiobooks, and being swept away by a great story and narrator. It's my therapy, and I need it daily!
Lindsey's Rescue was a great addition to the series. Michelle took the concept of a ménage, and delivered a refreshing and original plot, with multilayered characters.
Often, when you hear about ménage, you think brothers, best friends, alphas, but not two males from different social classes, with personalities as different as night and day. To make it even better, Michelle created a whole planet that thrives on threesome marriages know as Triad's.
Lindsey's travels to Garulax looking to enter in a Triad marriage. During the selection ceremony, she's makes a proposal to two rival Senate Leaders Zadal and Baruk, to enter into a Triad. At first, the Senate Leaders were reluctant, but were impressed with Lindsey's beauty, and quirky ways, and quickly agree. I enjoyed the plot development around the marriage. You get a good sense of what a marriage with three could be like, their different personalities, and how they interacted with each other, and oh, the incredibly sexy love scenes! Love them a lot! Even better, not all the love scene were between the three of them.
Admittedly, I had "change in narrator blues….." However, I adjusted to Ian James and Jennifer Ann fairly quickly. This duo did a really good job, so I honestly can't complain. The sound effects added a nice touch, but were not overly done.
Definitely looking forward to the next book in the series, and recommend this series to any Sci-Fi Romance fan! It's worth a credit!
Can't get over how irritating and dingy Lindsay was in this book.. returned to get my credit back. Could have been very interesting but not enough build up of character. And Lindsay is beyond irritating...
Another excellent one!!! Entertaining and a great listen. This is how Audio books should be with male voices sounding like men and women sounding like women. Plus the extra sounds that really pull you into the book to better understand the characters😎😎😎 LM
I really enjoyed the story but the audio sounded like they were in a tunnel (mostly Jennifer's voice) and she didn't change her voice for other characters in the book so it was hard to differentiate between Lindsey's voice and the other females. If it wasn't for the story line I wouldn't have finished this book because the audio almost drove me insane listening to it.
I have been enjoying this series...I even like the way it has been put together with sound effects and a female voice for female dialogue... the voice in this narration has an odd way of pacing and rhythm ... it is very annoying
I've read the other been book in this series and was impressed enough to continue the series. But this audiobook definitely makes me want to cringe. The male voices and narrator are decent but the females voice is horrible. HORRIBLE! I would've rather the male voice actor do all the voices than to listen to the "nails on the chalkboard" that her voice mimimcs. Her voice or her acting is not suited at all for romance. She sounds more like a 50's cartoon character. Its a stark contrast the males smooth voice and acting style.
I read, A LOT. I have a very high expectation when it comes to books be it audio, print or ebooks.
I love this series, I really do. I love the author. I liked the story line and how it was linked to Torkel's Chosen. I really enjoyed the characters when I read it, but since I know Michelle's books come with dual narration and sound effects, I had to get the audio. I enjoy the background sound effects because they don't take over the scenes. They're placed at certain places so it's not like they're consistently through the whole book.
I like the way Ian James performed. His change in accent and tone was great. When it came to the sex scenes, he did ok although I would have appreciated a little more emotion. That being said, I think Jennifer's portrayal of Lindsey was pretty dang terrible. It seemed as if no matter what she was feeling or going through, she sounded the same. Her voice was very juvenile and high pitched. It's like her range of emotions/tone of voice is limited to sounding like she's 12 years old and it simply does not work. Then there's the echo. That was probably the most distracting thing for me. You can hear the narrator's voice and you can hear a lot of empty background sound if that makes sense.
I hope when Kyele's Passion comes out, the narrators do a better job because this series really is fantastic.
No, not really. Lindsey's character is so weak with NO backbone at all. She is childish, but suppose to be married to two senators.
Yes, like her other books
Please no more weak heroines.
I loved this set of three stories, however i could have done without the extra long pauses between chapters and the twinkly music at the end and beginning of each chapter
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