To most, they are animals—even when in human form. They are to be collared and kept on the fringes of society, scorned because they are feared, hated for their extraordinary powers. And attorney Kim Fraser has to go right into the heart of their lair. It’s her job to defend those in need. But there’s absolutely nothing defenseless about Liam Morrissey. His soft Irish lilt and feline grace can’t disguise his sheer strength. Nor can the silver chain at his throat, designed to control the aggression of his kind, completely reassure her that this man has been tamed. Yet when a feral shifter begins to stalk them both, Liam is the only one she trusts with her life. She’ll let him claim her—for her protection, for her pride, and for a passion that knows no bounds.
©2004 Jennifer Ashley (P)2010 Audio Realms, Inc.
The hero and heroine are so well 'drawn' that I could easily visualize them, and the other characters in Shifter Town were fascinating!
The hero was very attractive in both his personality and his description.
Her voice was very unobtrusive. It was as if I was reading the book myself!
I did actually find myself chuckling during some of the conversations between the hero and heroine. They clashed perfectly!
I definitely recommend this book!
Jennifer yes...Traci NO!
The cat shifters.I usually read or listen to mostly wolf shifter books.The reader!
Jill Redfield!!!OR Maxine Mitchell!!!
Yea find a big sexy Irishman!LMAO
In the middle. Not the worst I've listened to. It seems like it could be a great series, but the narrator was pretty bad. Hoping the second book is better
I'm giving it one more shot.
She was good with the Irish accent, but seemed like she was rushing through. Couldn't tell where the sentence stopped and a new one started. Or who was talking sometimes.
This was a cute read, I'm somewhat interested in the next book-see if they decide to branch off on their own without collers. Also, to see what happens with the main characters father.
The story was enjoyable. I liked that it went straight into the relationship. I want to read more from this series but I'm going to have to wait a while to get over the aweful narration.
Add some personality into it.
the story was good but too slow, make a nice 3 hr but it lagged and I found my self guessing at what might be happening, thinking what should be happening. forced myself to finish and it is going back, a credit is too much for a decent 3 hr story that took much longer to tell. Narrative good and I am seeing others in the series rating 5 so I will try maybe one more but I am not sure of that either.
No, the narrator removes the entire experience of the book. I wish it could be republished with a different narrator. I'll never purchase another book read by Traci Odom. Her Irish accent is decent, the cadence of the speech is choppy and the inflection between the female character or any character really and the regular narrative content is non-existent. You have to concentrate hard to follow the flow of speech to make sure you don't miss what is said versus what is thought, or just narrative speech. There's no emotion. It's as if she's reading an instruction manual instead of an entertaining book.
Reading it myself. I enjoyed it much more instead of listening to it on audio. And that's a shame, I've listened to many audiobooks and this is the first narrator that I've really really disliked to the point of will make sure she's not the narrator of another I purchase.
Brianna Bronte or even Maxine Mitchell, Stella Bloom ANYONE else I think. It would be really nice if this could be re-released with another narrator. It's a disservice to the entire series that this is the quality of the first book of the series.
If it had been read by another narrator, yes.
AMAZING SHIFTER STORY!
I really Loved the Hero Liam, but the other characters like, Glory, Conner, Dillon and Oh! don't forget the bad guys. They all really made the story come Alive. OH! The NARRATOR DID AN AWSOME JOB WITH THE ACCENTS FOR THE CHARACTERS!!!
The fight scene between Liam and Fergus.
NARRATOR DID AND FANTASTIC JOB!!! LOVED THE SHIFTER STORY!
I love the accents and acceptance of Pride family.
Liam was my favorite - strength, humor, honesty and his reaction to kissing!
Liam's irish accent was good for someone not Ireland
Cried because the limitations of humans to put a lock on their necks. Reminded me of slavery from back in the day.
Can't wait for to read the next book.
I was looking for a great shifter / supernatural romance. This one was only mediocre. The story lines throughout the series were okay, but very predictable. And the romance scenes... I was like seriously? I'm more about the story than the sex, so perhaps this series just wasn't a good selection for me.
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