Meet the FBI agent determined to save a virginal professor's life - and claim her...a sexy female fire inspector with a desire that burns like a blast furnace...and a Texas cop with a psychic gift that tells her exactly what some men want. Three never-before-published novellas that'll teach listeners the futility of resisting arrest.
©2012 Sylvia Day, Shayla Black, and Shiloh Walker (P)2012 Insatiable Press Limited
The Unwilling-No: Tedious, blood, gore, psychic, repetitive-circling the same facts & visions. 1 Star for overall and story 2 stars for performance
Arresting Desire-Yes: The main drawback was the reader/narrator-attempting an East Coast accent it was very distracting. 3.5 stars Overall & story 1 star performance
On Fire-YES, YES, YES! Absolutely loved this - wished it was longer, didn't want it to end. 5 Stars Overall & Story 3 Stars performance
I'm going to rave about Sylvia Day's On Fire some more...the instant connection between Darcy & Jerod was amazing and the 'bedroom' dynamics were hot! The story was good as well.
Probably not....she had a difficult time pronouncing common words-my favorite (sarcasm) was wanton as in woman pronounced like wonton as in Chinese soup (groan)!
Again; Arresting Desire & On Fire - yes.
The Unwilling no (for a romantic/erotic novel there was no intimacy until over 1/2 way through!)
A good way to sample new authors (although I'm already a Sylvia Day, Shayla Black fan) - I'm definitely not going to pursue anything by Shiloah Walker.These books contain adult themes and coarse language.
I mostly read paranormal romance books.
The first two stories were pretty good. The third one was so boring that I couldn't finish it. I also didn't notice the narration being bad until the third story.
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