With two kids, an amazing husband, and an incredible family, Emma's life was everything she’d ever hoped it would be. But there was a downside to having everything you’ve ever wanted, a downside that Teren and Emma couldn’t possibly have been prepared for. When you have everything you want…then you also have everything to lose.
©2010 S.C. Stephens (P)2014 Audible Inc.
A reviewer at Guilty Indulgence Review Site. I don't go anywhere without a book -ebook or audiobook.
After listening to the first two books, I knew I'd love this final audiobook in the series. The author and the narrator are both favorites of mine. And this last part of the story was just as good as the first two.
Everything! Well, to be more specific I loved the balance between the mythology, romance, sexy times and drama that made up Emma and Teren's new reality post babies.
I'd compare Til Death to Twilight because one) Twilight is my top favorite vampire romance series ever, and two) because SC Stephens succeeded as Stephenie Meyer did. Both created their super unique vampire universe and then added in cool realistic touches, humor and delightful sexy times. I wanted to be part of the family in each series and I loved feeling that way.
Narrator Piper Goodeve nailed it. She added all the right vocal tones to highlight the emotional moods and she gave each character a very distinct vocal personality. She is simply one of the best narrators in the business, and I'd listen to any book narrated by her in the future without hesitation.
My initial reaction upon starting Til Death was, man, I'd missed this vampire universe. I laughed many times throughout the novel. I was tense when things got crazy and I was happily relieved when their drama came to a satisfying end. I will definitely read Conversion: The Next Generation if SC Stephens is indeed able to write the spin-off series.
II really loved the additional couple pairings in the series: Hot Ben and Tracy, Gabriel and Helena, and 2 other couples whose names I won't identify since that would be too spoilery. I'll be curious to find out more about their HEAs in the spin-off series.
Most of the content could've been excluded. I started listening at 1.25 speed then went to 1.5 speed. That helped. The author over explains and has too much of Emma's thoughts which are repetitive. For the entire series I liked the story but it gets lost in fluff and there's hours between interesting events.
I loved this series. I kept my attention the entire time. I just wanted it to keep on going. Thanks for writing this wonderful trilogy
Not after this last one.
Reading was a bit stilted.
Most of the cute kiddy bits and a lot of the wining.
Needed to move much more swiftly and didn't keep the reader's interest. The author seemed to lose the plot.
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