©2008 J.R. Ward; (P)2008 Recorded Books
"Erotic paranormals are ... frighteningly addictive." (Publisher's Weekly)
Geez this series is incredible. Just can stop listening. Jim Frangione does an excellent job narrating too. You will enjoy this series. Start from the beginning though or you will miss so much. Worth my dollars as I am out of credits.
Yes yes yes. I love these books they just keep you wanting more. Not a boring moment
None. This book was different in a lot of ways!!!
Omg they all were. I love him
It is in the top ten. I enjoyed reading this book.
The right couples got together; old, antiquated laws were changed.
Cormia and John Matthew watching 'Dirty Dancing' in the theater room; Cormia fantasizing it was she and Vischous.
Destiny wins all.
Incredible world developed for our enjoyment. Ward is a wizard; she knows just how to push the buttons of her audience. Awesome story line and character development, you really feel a part of the action. Lovely fantasy opportunities.
I enjoy the Performance of the Reader. He makes it interesting and relatable.
I am reading the series and they all end with questions.
Yes because all the books in the series are phenomenally written! Ward is an awesome writer.
Sarcastic, angry, rich
Reactions were all extreme. I felt like I was in the story, experiencing feelings and situations.
I wish that Jim Franglone would read a chapter to himself first and then record it so that he doesn't do things like reading a phrase in a harsh voice followed by;'She whispered'. It just makes my mind rewind and reread the voice mentally to make it fit. He has a great voice and I guess his best theatrical voice comes out when he reads:
This book is my least favorite of "The Black Dagger Brotherhood" so far. Phury's character was apparently something that was not evident to the reader for the first five books. I feel as though the author changed who he was just for the purposes of this book.
Additionally, when writing about Mr. D., the author uses slang country talk when speaking in the third person. For example (and this is made up), "Mr. D knew he ain't got no opportunity like this before." This is awful writing. Since it's not Mr. D.'s speech, or his his thoughts, it shouldn't be written in hillbilly speech. Also, at some point during the book, Mr. D. started speaking like Ms. Daisy's driver.
If the writing surrounding Mr. D. was better, and if there was foreshadowing of Phury's character, the book would have been much better.
I also felt there was less of the brotherhood in this volume, and I missed them.
This is an awesome series. Awesome narrator. I love the fantasy and romance, the narrators voice. Just great.
I was a little let down with this one book from the BDB series. Unfortunately Phury was a little Blah, and his mate was not the kind of individual I would have thought to win his heart. However the back story to the other brothers make up for the tedious to and fro between Phury and Cormia. However even though I struggled through this, I am a committed Ward fan, not sure I like the direction she is taking the brothers but still keen to see what happens next.
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