Lori Foster’s steamy romances have earned her a place on the New York Times and USA Today best-seller lists. Trace of Fever stars Trace Rivers, a private mercenary looking for vengeance after his sister’s kidnapping. Trace has targeted human trafficker Murray Coburn as the man responsible, but his plans for payback get complicated when Coburn’s beautiful daughter turns up.
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He makes a good story absolutely great. His narrating is sexy and masculine and just perfect for these types of stories. What a surprise to find him reading this new series... instead of one of the boring women that have read Lori Fosters other books. Please keep them coming..... I cant get enough of his wonderful style. Discovered him from the Black Dagger Brotherhood series.
When I clean, drive or exercise I listen to romance. The steamier the better but it must have a great story as well!
I decided to get this during a sale, but it was the hypnotizing voice of Jim Frangione that was the real pull. When I first heard his reading of the JR. Wards "The Black Dagger Brotherhood" I was a little disappointed. However, the more you listen to him the more addicted you become. Now I can't imagine not loving anything he read, even the newspaper! This novel is amazing on it's own, Lori does not disappoint. These men are true men, the kind that will do anything to save a lady or kill the bad guy. They are full of attitude yet kind and gentle all at the same time. My husband listened to a little and just laughed, he said,"guys don't really talk like that." I just smiled back and said,"well, maybe if they did they could get the rewards like these men do!" He listened for more tips after that. :)
I read so I can write
I spent 4 hours trying to find a story with no luck. What I found was a guy who is no more than a sexual deviate An this guy is supposed to be the hero.
I loved the hero but the heroine was so bad! I think the author wanted her to be tough but she just turned out hateful and bi-polar. One minute she's mad and hateful and then the next she's jumping the guy! I rolled my eyes way too many times.
Say something about yourself!
The characters' names sound the same and are very distracting. The narrator did the best he could with Trace, Pris, Chris and Alice but I constantly found myself saying,
Like his performances in Black Dagger Brotherhood, and although he did a fine job with this book, the story is weak.
Another author's re-write.
The story went on and on without much character, excitement, story plot or relief of any kind. I told myself to be patient and wait for it. I am familiar with this author and some of her other books and have truely enjoyed some of her writing. The Hero was not handsome and witty, but ripped and moodily quiet. Boring. The Heroine had to be raised on vanilla because that is what her character emoted. I hung in there and wished I hadn't Avoid this one unless you want a sleeping aide..
I read the first book, When you Dare. It was the first I had heard of Lori Foster, now I listen to everything she writes, but especially like the "Men who walk the edge of honor" series.
Priscilla and Trace and their funny bantor.
His story telling ability and his wonderful manly voice. So many times they have a woman narrating a man's voice and it just creeps me out.
Best one yet...laughed through the entire book at Priscilla.
This was the second book I listened to in the series. I'm not sure what order they are supposed to be in but I think I made a good choice. This book was a great follow-up to the first (If You Dare) and it was good to hear more about the characters I came to know in the first book. I am going to follow this one up with the story that follows the love between Alani & Jackson in Savor the Danger.
I first thought this book must have been written 20-30 years ago when women wanted to read about big hulking male heroes who tell them what to do, showing there immense protective/arrogant/dominant side.
The story was just over the top absurd with stereotyped bad guys galore. The heroine was such an odd contradiction that she was not believable. I appreciate the fact that the author took on a rough topic but finding it hard swallow at the same time.
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