Belle Jamison is finally starting to feel like a normal girl again. Her job as a paranormal investigator is going well, she's learned to control her supernatural abilities (mostly), and she's just gotten engaged to Rome Masters, the ultra-sexy operative who once tried to neutralize her!
But planning a wedding is never easy, especially when the bride keeps accidentally torching her dress, the groom returns from a dangerous mission with selective memory loss, and the man responsible now wants Belle for himself.
With Rome's ex determined to win him back and a new band of supervillains on the horizon, it will take all Belle's powers - plus a little help from her trusty empath sidekick - to save the day, salvage the wedding and prove that true love really does conquer all.
©2010 Gena Showalter (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
After the first book of this series I couldn't wait for this installement. It was great and audible had it up so fast--way to go
I can't imagine.
Anything by Patricia Briggs.
None what so ever!
I wonder how this book passed the publisher.
The Narrator Jessica Almasy did just as well with this as with the first.
The Story/Plot was actually a bit better imho then the first book. The chars grow and you see it by their actions, thoughts, coming to understandings about themselves, etc. It was a good sequel to the first book. I will likely get another in this series if Gena Showalter writes another.
If you enjoyed the first, then you will very likely enjoy this one as well.
Proud book worm!
Witty, fun and wild. Belle was just an average girl but now has the powers over the four elements. Her fiance shifts into a jaguar. She's planning her marriage to Rome and has to catch a scrim known as Desert Girl or Hag in Belle's words. The roller coaster keeps going as Rome loses his memory and his ex wife tries to steal him back from Belle, while another guy...who has his memories....AKA Memory Man, tries to woo her. It's just a whole bag of fun, wit and adventures with misadventures. If you've read the first book you'll love this just as much.
I really enjoyed this book, provacative, exciting and suspensful. It really is a good read (listen). Gena needs to write more and more of this type of book, it's reality set in a fantasy atmosphere. Can't brag enough on her work.
Twice as Hot is the second book in the series (Playing with Fire is the first), and this book was just as good, if not better, than the first. I recommend that you listed to book 1 before book 2. The characters are a lot of fun, they have depth, and the conversations between the characters are interesting. The narrator is excellent. This series was worth the credits!
This is the Sequel to "Playing with Fire." Both are good listens and I really like the silliness and comedy of Showalter.
It is strange to me that Showalter can write such funny, light, and enjoyable books as these and also write the dull "Lords of the Underworld" series. If you want a laugh get this.
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