Three signs that something is very different with your new man:
1. He sleeps all day... which would be annoying, except he's so attentive at night.
2. He's attacked by sword-wielding assailants, yet insists he can handle it on his own.
3. He never seems to age.
Heather Westfield has always lived a quiet life, but that all changes when she helps a very handsome, very mysterious stranger. There's something not quite right about Jean-Luc, but still, she's never been with a man so charming, so attractive... so wonderful. Now if only a murderous villain wasn't after them, they might get their happily-ever-after.
Bite into another Love at Stake novel.
©2008 Kerrelyn Sparks (P)2011 HarperCollins Publishers
I'm not sure who would enjoy it. The narrator did such a terrible job with the accents that I could only listen to about 10 minutes of it before I turned it off.
My review is based solely on the audio version of this book. I don't know if the story is disappointing or not. I could not get past the first chapter. In that time the story seemed interesting. I have read other books in this series by Kerrelyn Sparks and really liked them. I have not listened to those audio books however.
The accents, especially the French, were cartoonish and over played. It is difficult to connect with the romantic hero of a book when he sounds like Pepe Le Pew. The book would be better with a narrator who could do subtle accents.
I cannot judge the story in this book because I was unable to listen to much of it.
This audio book was a waste of my joining credit. Don't waste your money or credits on this.
I really enjoyed this book and got into the story very easily. This narrator does such a superb job of reading the different accents and she gives Bethany (the little girl) just the right touch. Very enjoyable listening!
After loving book 3 and the narrator with the Scottish accents especially angus and Emma, then this one just ruins the whole feel of the characters feels like you are listening to a whole different series. Enjoyed book 1 & 2 also including the narrators, but it won't stop me from listening to the rest of the series I am hooked
Not if she is doing Scottish accents
The narrator from book 3
The narrator had trouble with some accents. Couple of glitch with the sounds, too. voice would go up and down. But I do love this series and will continue to get more of the books, just hope the narrators get better as we go along.
Get narrators who can do accents.
The story was fine.
Very much. The accent were bad.
No, the books do well connecting the stories.
A decent narrator.
Predictable. The book really left no lingering emotion when it was over. It was just over - nothing to think about or evaluate.
The narrator's accent imitations were so annoying I couldn't concentrate on the story. She was also a very slow reader and I just kept thinking - get on with it already!
This book definitely wasn't my favorite in the series. In retrospect, I would have skipped it.
They r both great I read the print version frist, the audio let's me enjoy it the secound time around
Sparks allowes her people to b real, not even the heros make misstakes,or is that stakes
Her voice is suthoing
Even the undead can love (n not get fangy)
Sparks is a hell of a story teller
Words I live by: Charm is a glow within a woman that casts a most becoming light on others~Jason Mason Brown
Worth buying... enjoyed the listen. I own the book and now audio. Love it!
The Humor and romance
I like Deanna's voice.
I'm beginning to see an emerging pattern in Sparks' love scenes, which makes listening to the series one right after the other pretty monotonous, because the romance is a big yawn at times. I liked the main character, she's pretty feisty, and the babysitter is a total hoot, and the hero is, again, handsome and rich...but that's what makes romance novels--paranormal or not--fun.
Really good book,
Narrator not so good,
I recommend the books but be careful of narrators, as they are not so good,,
I love this story. My only wishes is that Phil who is from Wyoming would sound like a New Yorker and that they would say the name McKay they way it is said in Scotland not how it is said in the states since Angus and Robbie are from Scotland they would say it the Scottish way.
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