When Diego Escobar assists in what should be a simple taskof arresting a trespasser, he comes face-to-face with his first Shifter-thebeautiful Cassidy Warden, sister of the Shiftertown leader. Assigned to watchover her, Diego learns more about the lonely, wild Cassidy than it's safe toknow.Diego might be human, but he's virile and darkly handsome, and stirs Cassidy'smating desire, which she thought dead forever. Once the fires begin, nothingand no one can put them out.
©2012 Jennifer Ashley (P)2013 Tantor
"Ashley continues to flesh out her gritty reality and introduce new players who add depth and richness to the stories. Another excellent addition to the series!" (Romantic Times)
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
I usually love these types of paranormal/romance books and also anything JA writes is an automatic download for me. But I'm so sorry to say that there was just something about this listen that missed it's mark with me.
I don't know whether there's just too many sub plots going on at the same time as the main romance - yes there's a thread running between most of the plots but it just seemed a bit disjointed and didn't flow quite right. It had some great characters in it and it was action packed however, it seemed such a fractured story that it failed to make me care enough about any of it. Yes, there was a sweet romance going on between the two main characters - a cop and a were-cat, but even their sex scenes seemed more 'motion' than 'emotion' and, as a result, it failed to grab me.
Worth a credit. Well, if you've been happy with this series then I guess it's a must but this particular listen sadly just didn't really do it for me. However, I will download the next one in the hope of a more focused storyline.
Yes I would read more the shifter series but the narrator is not good at the accents or making you believe in the different characters.It is hard to feel the different emotions.
The narrator needs to practice her voices and maybe research more when she tries to replicate an accent.
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
Man did this book throw me for a loop! I was sooo pissed off. I was like what the heck happen to Liam, Sean and all the Morrisseys!!!! I was like this is not even the same shifter town...
Cassie and Diego story is pretty good... I like Diego hispanic background.... and his family. I actually can't wait until Cassie's brother story comes out... So , Yea I like this book... but I was expecting another story about the Morriessy Clan and it really messed me up until I realized they it was a diffrent shifter town. It all make sense in the end though.
Good credit. Don't buy. Just wait till your free credit.
Narration was good. Dukehart did a smashing job with Diego's family accents.
This was my least favorite so far. Pretty boring actually. It could also be that it was in a new Shifter town and with new characters. That really threw me for a loop at the beginning. I was so confused for a minute!
Diego and Cassidy are both grieving the loss of loved ones. They work together to find the killers and fall in love. Let's see, they fight the feral shifters, they fight the Fae, they do the dirty, they mate claim each other. That pretty much sums it up. I just didn't feel the chemistry between them and so the rest of the story fell kind of flat for me. I'm ready to get back to the Austin shifters! Heck, even the little romance between Eric and Iona was more interesting. I didn't hate it but I'm feeling very lukewarm about it.
I ended up reading this on kindle due to the terrible narrator. She actually pronounced "querida" with the "quah" sound like "queen".
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