The latest in the bewitching series from the author of Dead if I Do
In wintry Wisconsin, occult bookseller - and witch - Garnet Lacey isn't immune to the cold. But even though her new vampire husband doesn't actually have a pulse, love will keep them warm - if the honeymoon doesn't drive them apart. Thanks to a vengeful frost demon, instead of a gothic honeymoon in Transylvania, Garnet and Sebastian are stuck in exotic Minneapolis, Minnesota. And with gods and goddesses running amok all over town, Garnet can't seem to find much quality time for her new hubby....
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I'd listen to the entire series again! well written, entertaining and well thought out
the whole thing. characters are well developed and consistent throughout. the slightly sarcastic tone enhanced the narrative and well, i laughed myself silly. a few tears too...
no favorite as there was always more
absolutely! after listening to one of the books i bought the rest and listened to them all, forsaking all others loaded on my ipod!!
Listen to this series- and I hope there are more volumes to be written!!
The heroine behaves in stupid ways. She is a smart witch but oh my god, she ruminates for hours then behaves in a very scatterbrained manner.
Garnet could be a great heroine but in Honeymoon of the Dead, she out does herself in transparent and ridiculous schemes that anyone can see through. She doesn't want to tell Sebastian about the hotel room trashed by Lilith because he'll be mad. What is this--I Love Lucy? Ricky will be angry so Lucy must think up a way to distract him?
Amanda Ronconi saved this book and the series. Thanks to her skill, you can forgive garnet's ridiculous musings. Ronconi can read (almost) anything and make the it sound better than it was written.
No. I couldn't finish it because one foolish decision begets another until you want to smack garnet. My friend couldn't get through the first book because garnet irritated her too much. I made it to the 4th book!
Thank you, Amanda Ronconi!
Mom of Four
I like these books...they just need to be a bit longer. The stories are good, I like the main characters and the narrator is awesome!
Home for the Holidays
I really like this narrator. I rarely get confused with the changing voices of the different characters. This is a mindless entertainment. I laugh at some of the jokes and fast forward through the gratuitous sex scenes. They're hot for each other, we get it. I keep going because I like this author's snarky sense of humor. Some of the characters a endearing too. I wouldn't read a second time, and will probably forget all about it fairly quickly but sometime I want a story that doesn't take a lot effort.
Fun enough, enjoyable. Light hearted. Good character development. No lasting literary value other than a story heard. Nothing to ponder or reflect on. Completed 4 books in 4 days. Could very much do without the intimate details of whats in who literally worded as such. This wastes about 10 minutes of a 9 hour book. Would consider the stories as rated R at least. Would consider other books by author.
The main character drove me insane with her stupidity. The plot was really predictable. I had a really hard time finishing the book.
The editing was so poor. There were a few times where I was totally confused. One minute the husband is in jail and the next minute they are in a coffee shop.
This type of error happened several times.
The narrator mispronounced several words which always drives me nuts. If you're going to be a narrator for a living, get your act together.
Would recommend that you stear clear of this series.
I have enjoyed the whole series. I'm a huge Amanda Ronconi fan.
Hallaway crafted a great world and story that is relatable and fantastic. I would like to know more about Izzy, Mat and Hero, maybe an off shoot for them and William? Or maybe we could go backward in Sebastian's life? Life the Half-Moon Hallow series, all I can say in, "More please?"
I never know what to write in a review as this is just my point of view. I will not tell the story to show I read, as i like reviews that say they what they thought not let the cat out of the bag. But I loved this whole series and was glad to find this one at audible.com and to have my favorite reader reading it was even better. this is still moving the story forward and showung how the charaters grow or not. I truely hope there's more to come. Thank you Tate Hallaway for the story and a big yes to Amanda Ronconi reading it. two great this together made for a great book and read.
I'm 52 and enjoy sifi, history, funny romance, fantasy type books. I give my views as to how a book is based on my emotions.
... The books take lean a bit to much to the political left in my view. Yes yes I know that's trivial but when there is so much mention about global warming, being a veggin, saving the planet from evil man kind it gets boring. I don't blame this on Amanda Ronconi because she's the only reason I bought the books, she's a great reader and I have many of the books she's narrated.
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