Envy's life was great. Great brother, great boyfriend, and the best job a girl could ask for... tending bar at the most popular clubs in the city. At least it was great until she got a call from one of her best friends about her boyfriend doing the vertical limbo on the dance floor at Moon Dance. Her decision to confront him begins a chain of events that will introduce her to a dangerous paranormal world hidden beneath the everyday humdrum. A world where people can transform into jaguars, real life vampires roam the streets, and fallen angels walk among us.
Devon is a werejaguar, a little rough around the edges and one of the joint owners of Moon Dance. His world is tilted on its axis when he spies an alluring vixen with red hair dancing in his club, armed with a cynical heart and a taser. With a vampire war raging around them, Devon vows to make this woman his... and will fight like hell to have her.
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The flat, droning voice of the narrator plus repetitive music pauses were so distracting, that it was an effort to complete this book. The first part of the book was particularly bad.
The story was ok, but hard to get engaged in with clunky, inappropriate, repetitive music being played for major pauses. It could be improved by removing these!
Only for diehard fans of the genre wanting to start a new series.
I think I was probably spoiled after just finishing the Chess Putnum series by Stacia Kane, but this book was just ok, and the narration was totally irritating. I almost couldn't bear to finish listening and I don't know what was with the strange piano music between chapters. It didn't add drama, it was annoying. I won't be purchasing and of the rest of these and I think they might be more palatable if I read them. There seemed to be too much irrelevant information and no real depth to the characters or the story. Don't waste a credit.
I would not recommend this audiobook mainly because the narrator could not pronounce some frequently used words correctly. I spent most of the book cringing at and focusing on the painful mispronunciations, and the story was not interesting enough to distract me from it. As for the story itself, it felt like a lot of improbable leaps were made without explanation. I was so busy wondering how it got from point A to D that I couldn't get into it.
Better narrator was needed for sure, or at least someone to tell her how to pronounce the words. This particular story would also be much improved if additional details were added to flesh out the story.
I should not have bothered to listen to the end, I feel like it was a waste of time.
Yes! I loved it!
Moon Dance is the first book in the
Best Paranormal Romance Series of the Year!
There are already 8 books in this series with more to come and I am so glad they are finally bringing them out in audio!
I believe I would have really enjoyed this series if not foe
R tha narrator and her irritatingly screechy voice and inability to pronounce words like Jaguar. If a book is about said animal one would think the narrator would learn the correct pronunciation.
A better narrator and leave out that terrible music. I hate that I purchased the book and am unable to listen to it.
I couldn't say. Becauase of the bad, boring, unprofessional narration and that horrid music at major pauses, I could not get into the story.
If someone else did the narriation like Hilary Huber or Tavia Gilbert
None. Could not get into the book because the narrator made it so boring.
I was excited to start this series and planned to purchase all of the audiobooks. I am so glad I decided to try the first book before purchasing the others.
This is the first audio book I've tried and I couldn't make it past the first 1/2 hour. The narrator was dreadful, the first 10 minutes sounded computer generated it was so stilted and then it was just fake and over done....simply awful and has put me off trying any other audio book.
I would have removed the music that played at certain intervals in the book. It was very aggravating.
I will probably listen to the rest of the series because I am kinda interested in the other brothers that were in the story. I hope that the rest of the series doesn't include the music. I hope I can find it at my library and download it for free, because I'm pretty sure it won't be worth the money or my credit, unless I can catch them on sale.
The story of the book was good but the girl reading it was horrible. I would also remove the music that played, it got really annoying.
The ending was alright nothing that would drag me back to listen to the 2nd book even though I am going to continue to see if it gets better.
I am going to give book 2 a try to see if it gets better.
Overall the book was decent. I would change who reads it and I would remvoe the music.
Wow! Boring boring boring. This is a weak book in the urban fantasy genre. Chock-full of cliches, I couldn't find myself liking any of the characters. More often than not, I found myself thinking they deserved all their angst. They have no depth, they all come across like wannabe actors in some C grade movie. I'm halfway through the audiobook and I can't stand K.B. Stanford's nasal, boring, characterless narration anymore. The woman makes some of hottest sex scenes sound boring. And her pronunciation is abysmal. A jaguar is not pronounced jagwire! I'm done with this one.I still want to know how the story ends, I'll look for the book in print.
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