While Olivia Martin observed life through her camera, the Abyss gazed back at her. She discovers mysterious men follow her around, people close to her are dying, and her dreams are no longer her own as she falls head over heels for a perfect stranger. A chance encounter leads to an obsession that could destroy everything she has ever known or loved. Olivia is about to find out there is a lot she doesn't know and sometimes what you don't know can kill you.
©2011 LIz Schulte (P)2013 Liz Schulte
The story line is unique and interesting. And I am in love with the narrative team. Great chemistry, truly sizzles in a tasteful manner. I hope the other books in the series are adapted to the audio format with the Gabriel Vaughn team. I've listenned to it several times with great enjoyment.
sorry can't think of any suitable comparisons right now.
I have several favorite scenes:
When Holden and Olivia first meet. When Holden comes to Olivia's showing. When Holden and Quentis meet for the first time. And of course when Holden and Olivia become one.
Very enjoyable story. Very enjoyable narration. Hard to wait for the next book to come out on Audible. Though I have read the trilogy I look forward to hearing the narrations provided they use the same narrators.
This was a really good book. It had a unique story line and the characters were good. The best part is it was a romance but didn't have all the gratuitous sex in it that so many do. The female narrator was not good at all. Flat and robotic much of the time. The male narrator was great. It did have several F bombs which weren't needed, but for $2.00 you it was well worth it.
Loved the concept of a true good versus evil story. The ability to love someone that you fit perfectly with. That you know is a person that has done horrible things but can not stop loving them anyway. Great story it made me laugh and cry. Which means I was fully into the story. It was fantasy but still quite extraordinary in the characters. Loved every minute was sad when it ended and can not wait for book 2.
Ending which I will not ruin.
The narration was well done liked the two narrators one for each character. They were great the reading was perfectly done with enough emotion to make it believable but not so much that you could not let your own imagination work as we'll.
Good falls for evil
Great book loved it
At first I was not sure how I felt about the story at times it was repetitive and predictable. I stuck with it and now I am looking forward to hearing the next book. It ended at a place where I was so into the storyline that it left me wanting to know what happens next and to me that makes for a good book. At first I thought the book was good against evel but that is not the whole of it. It's also about trust and love and what you would sacrific for it. I did like the fact that the story was not filled with a lot of descriptive sex scenes. I liked both narrators and how they brought a good first person perspective to the storyline, please keep them.
Books are better than TV -- Except for Outlander. That rocks!
I'm not sure how I feel about this book. It's written in first person in alternating chapters from the perspective of the main two characters. The heroine is a young woman who seems to have plenty of time on her hands, though she's an up and coming photographer. She lives in an apartment next door to her best friend from college, and the two go out to clubs together. It's at a club late one night that she literally runs into a guy that she's strangely attracted to, but the attraction is unsettling. It's a big mystery who the guy is, and then there's another mysterious guy. Bad stuff happens. People close to her die. She's told she has a destiny that she denies, of course, while running around putting herself in danger.
It's pretty tame and somewhat predictable stuff. Kind of soporific, actually, though it weaves a spell. I listened right to the end to find out what was going on. Not sure I'd continue this one, probably not. Maybe if it's cheap I'll buy the next one on Audible for when I can't sleep.
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