When Grace Andreas's sister, Petra, and her husband are both killed, Grace inherits the power and responsibilities of the Oracle of Louisville, as well as her sister's two young children - neither of which she is prepared for. Then Khalil, Demonkind and Djinn prince of House Marid, decides to make himself a part of the household, both as guardian and counterpoint to Grace's impudence towards the Elder Races.
©2012 Teddy Harrison (P)2012 Tantor
I am Who I am; and you are Who you are...so lets leave it at that.
I think this book and book #1 are my favorite in this series. I liked this book for many reasons. I like the fact that the characters were likeable and interesting. Another thing that I enjoyed a lot was that the author gave you glimpses on the direction she is going to take the series. Through out the whole story their were hints of possible future book. Which involved my mind even more.
Their were a lot of unanswered question that will be answered in other books in series. If you are not patience to wait for the answers...this might not be the book for you. I don't think this book could be taken as a stand a lone. So I recommend that you start in the beginning.
They are sexy men...(of course there is its Thea Harrison Book). There is a lot Fantasy taken in different point view. ( I have read other books with Djinn and they were never portrayed like this. They are always unfeeling spirit creatures with no forms. Not at all lip biting sexy Kid loving males.)
I also love the female heroine struggles with being Oracle. The author give the character just enough whin but she did not make her a whinier. Some author over do in that area.
I hope you enjoy and agree :)
I haven't read the print version
I love the way the author writes. The story is entertaining and the characters are likeable.
She's really good at it. It wasn't dry. Each persons personality shows through the narration and trust me, not a lot of narrators can do that...or maybe they just don't care to. She can deliver a one-liner with the best of them.
I chuckled a few times. The author and narrator have a way of making the most corny lines seem cute.
This is a really enjoyable book. The narrator is awesome and the kids in the book are cuuuuttttteee.
I was waiting for this book to come out - I enjoyed every minute of it.
Narrator - Wonderful job as always. Sophie Eastlake is one of those narrators that I will always enjoy listening to. She does an amazing job.
Story - I still enjoy Dragon Bound the most. Oracle's Moon is the second best in this series. Followed by Storm's Heart and than Serpent's Kiss.
The story starts directly after the meeting with the Oracle in Serpent's Kiss. I mean the morning after and goes from there. There are a lot of things going on this book and oddly enough I think the book should have been longer, flushed out a bit more in certain areas. The book is witty, the chars both interesting and well thought out. We see more about why both Grace and Khalil are the way they are. We learn a bit more about factions in the world. And a bit more about the root of the Oracle's power.
The counterpoint of Grace and Khalil is interesting and Thea does a great job showing each of them coming to terms with the attraction, their lives, etc.
Now, keep in mind I really enjoyed this book and plan to relisten to it this weekend when reading the following.
I only gave the story 4 stars because I think Thea Harrison has some great ideas for some epic fantasy in here but she is working perhaps against the story in trying to keep these in the fantasy romance realm. I would be very interested in seeing more, more about these different groups, their goals, their reasons, etc. I want to say more about certain parts of the book but don't wish to spoil things either. There are a couple places in the story where if felt like there should have been more. What was there was enough for a simple romance fantasy, but if there had been more,more.. just more! (yea maybe I"m just becoming more demanding in my reads/listens)
Completely ADORABLE! I REALLY LOVED THIS BOOK! So far, this series gets better and better, but Oracle's Moon might be my favorite so far. I rewound this story so many times, because I didn't want to miss a moment. There wasn't as much action as the previous books, but it was the interaction between Khalil, Grace and the kids that just won me over chapter after chapter. I thoroughly enjoyed Sophie Eastlake's voice characterization of Khalil and Grace as well, she was spot on. I highly recommend this book and the series, it's a total winner.
Sophie Eastlake did a great job narrating this. I had a few issue's with Grace and the fast pace and skimmy over of key points in the story.
Really Liked this story! Loved Khalil. Still wondering about Grace. I liked her but sometimes I didn't. It's not a five star cause some things felt too rushed. Would have liked some more interaction with Khalil and his daughter. But it was still a good read and this is on my will re-read list.
Tay and Zi's Mom
I loved this book. A great thing about it is that it has a wonderful plot with sublplots. It is written very well. It is an actual good story, not just blatent useless soft porn. I hate when books are filled with sex scene after sex scene with no real literary substance. This book is excellent and I can't wait until book 5. Please let there be a book 5!
one of my favorite from thea harrison - enjoyed as much as dragon bound. hopefully she will continue the story of khalil and grace like she did with dragos and pia!
I loved book one, but was a little disappointed in books 2 & 3. However, this one has made up for both of them. As far as I am concerned, this is the best one yet and makes me look forward to others in this series. There are some very interesting people that are only mentioned a little. I would also enjoy reading (or listening) about some of the other demon kind that are only mentioned in this book. I hope the auther keeps the sanme narrator also. She has a very good voice and is very good speaking in either male or female voices.
Retired Library Director. I enjoy romantic/adventure, paranormal romance, mysteries, adventure and nonfiction
A little disappointing as I like all the ends tied up, but it is a series.
She has a very plesant voice and was really good with the Kentucky accents. They were definitely there without being overdone.
My favorite is still the first in the series, Dragon Bound.
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
I'm a bit late in finding this series but soooo glad I am now enjoying it. The review, well it's all been said before by my fellow reviewers but to recap..... Great series, brilliant characters, awesome storyline, nice building romance, written by a maestro in the Science fiction/fantasy genre and to top it off it was narrated by Sophie Eastlake who brings to life characters you both love and hate and empathise or despise,
Worth a credit? Oh YES definitely and I'm looking forward to the next in the series.
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