©2011 Christine Feehan (P)2011 Penguin Audio
I enjoyed the book very much. I agree with others that the narrator sounded alike with all the characters but for me, it didn't take away from the story as he had a pleasing voice. I look forward to the next book in the series.
i love Christine Feehan ,her work is always so good but this one fell short i don't know if it was the narrator of the book or just the book i did not like it . It was slow so slow and the narrator just made it worst sorry i think i'll stay away from this serie. I will however read the other
Wow! I got through the first 4 chapters out of sheer dedication to not quit what I started. I kept hoping to care about these 2 main characters but could not. I liked the first book in this series although it was pretty slow but this one is just painful.
Narrator did a wonderful job on all characters! Both men and women had their own distinctive tones. This is a book that is part of a series, it's not a stand alone! I recommend Christine Feehan, she does a wonderful job on all of the books I have read of hers.
Judith has survived a very painful past where she witnessed her brother tortured and killed. The rage & anger that lives within her is dangerous to those around her because she amplifies their feelings with her own. Then along comes Stefan Prakenskii. A dark & dangerous man with the ability to not only control her dark emotions but understand & heal them. It's a match made in the spirit. 2 down, 4 to go!
YES, VERY MUCH SO
THE VIOLENT BROTHER NEEDED SAVING AND I WAS GLAD SHE DID SAVE HIM
The book is entertaining and the plot is fresh. There was a fair amount of melodrama that I could've done without, but it kept me listening over a long drive.
When Judith is first able to control her powers and weave them all together.
The voices sound the same, and it OFTEN sounds like he's ending a sentence then discovers there are a few more words left in the sentence. The inflection is off.
Better narration. Sorry!
I was looking forward to learning more about Rikkii's sisters but this book left a lot missing. If your looking for an erotic story this is it. Not much else here though. So sad! The first book in the series was very interesting but this one not so much!
The plot needs more!!
Narration not bad but missed the narrator form the Drake Sisters. Should have used the same one.
More romance, not as much sex.
Might try the next book, hope it's as good as the first one. So sad, another narrator again!
Love a good romance
Yes, I enjoyed both books in this series and will be anxious for more to come I am sure
I love just about everything that Christine Feehan writes. This one was just a tad bit boring - not really a strong story line. I kept wanting the 3 Russian brothers to meet but only 2 of them have. This book didn't have the oomph that most of her books have.
I enjoyed reading about the microchip that was artfully put into a kaleidoscope. The evil room that Judith created was also well written. The least interesting part was hearing about how the Russian boys grew up. Most of this was already covered in the first book.
He needs to have a more manly voice, especially when he talks for the rough and tough men in the book.
Probably not. I don't usually enjoy books made into movies. I enjoyed the Twilight Series books MUCH better than I did the movies.
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