Presented by #1 bestselling Kindle author, J.R. Rain. Compelling supernatural mystery with lots of humor, snappy dialogue and romantic thrills...
What would you do with unspeakable power?
Elle Chambers is Edinburgh's hardest working insurance investigator, and one who solves cases using unconventional means. Supernatural means. Elle is a witch - and a damn good one, too.
Assigned back-to-back cases, Elle must first find a missing bad boy who might or might not be a werewolf. Next, a simple missing artwork case turns out to be not so simple. What Elle is about to discover will change her life forever...and open her heart to the possibility of love.
©2013 Eve Paludan (P)2013 J.R. Rain and Eve Paludan
I would recommend it to someone who likes stories about witches and werewolves and magic, yes. It's not the kind of genre I usually listen to but I ended up liking the idea of it well enough that I might listen to the next one in the series if it's available. Also the main character is really sweet and smart and sometimes funny. It's a fantasy story, but with people who are like real people.
I like the idea of what kind of creature Elle and her boyfriend actually are. I don't want to give away any spoilers, but to me it was a new idea. I liked it. I also liked the tenderness of the big love/sex scene. It was sexy but it was really about how the main character felt, not just body parts moving around. Lastly, it takes place in Scotland so there's Scottish accents and that was fun.
There's a lot of scenes where characters do a lot of talking back and forth and this narrator made that come alive like plot and story rather than just talking. This is the third one of this narrator's books I've reviewed. I like her a lot. I enjoy how she does characters, even men.
This story is so much more than your average witch story. A nice concept for a new series. The narrator did an excellent job of distinguish between the characters. I highly recommend this audiobook. I'm anxiously waiting for the next installment.
"Bad Accents ruin the Storyline"
no. Considering the book is set in Scotland, you would think the narrator would be able to do a decent Scottish accent of some sort. Woefully irritatingly rubbish and ruins the listening
I would say go and red something else
Hopefully someone with a decent Scottish accent
pretty weak story line
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