This was my first Chris Taylor book but definitely not my last. There was plenty of action, drama, suspense and romance. Narration by Aiden Snow was..Show More » perfect as always. His deep sexy voice adds the perfect touch to this already great book. HEA and no cliffhanger.
I’ll tell you one thing: This woman, Kate, was the whiniest and most frightened heroine I’ve ever read about. She was obviously molested by her stepfa..Show More »ther when she was a teenager BUT now she’s 24 and still scared spitless of him. At 24 she should have been ready to kick the s**t out of him. And what was soooo stupid is that she got up her courage to go to his house for her mother’s laptop and was so afraid of him he hit her in the back twice to get her to start breathing again, because he didn’t want her to die on his front porch, she was that afraid of him. And then after she gets herself together and leaves Darryl is thinking how brave she’d become, how much “steel” she’d gotten in her backbone. OMG, that was the stupidest thing I’ve ever read. At 50% I wasn’t even sure I wanted to finish this. I can’t stand heroines that are so weak and wimpy for so long. She never got any better. She whined and cried through the whole book.
I was surprised that the hero was from the Aboriginal Australians. I don’t believe I’ve ever read about them in any of my romance novels. LOL, he was described as having skin the color of a “latte.” I thought that was kind of a yummy color.
There were some thoughts from Riley about seeing Kate undressed, and thoughts similar to that. And thought’s from Kate about how handsome he was, but no real sexual tension, which you wouldn’t expect since you know about her childhood, so the amount of sexual tension and sex that was in The Profiler was not anything like that in this book, at least up to 60%.
Of course, there was sex. At about 80%, and then there was 2 or 3 explicit sex scenes during the remainder of the book.
There was swearing and the F-bomb was used 13 times.
I gave it 3 stars for everything about the book except the heroine (she gets 1 star in my book). Toooo much whining for me.
As to the narrators: Noah Michael Levine did a great job on the men and Erin deWard did a great job on all the women’s voices, except for Kate’s. Kate was weak and frightened and Ms. deWard made her sound weaker and even more frightened, Kate sounded pathetic all the time. Also, I don’t understand how these books are based in Australia and the ONLY thing that would make you think that they are is when someone uses the word “mate.” An Australian accent can’t be found anywhere in these books. Knowing that these books are about Australia and the narrators are American I don’t think I’ll continue with this series.
Struggled with subject matter. I like crime dramas but this one dealt with child porn at a first person perspective. Very disturbing and could be used..Show More » as er9tica for those creeps too. Too much sex in the book for grandfather Bob. my last Taylor/Monroe Family series. Too bad as I really loved the style of storytelling and location.
The Betrayal is the 4th book in the Munro Family series by Chris Taylor. Great book. Narration by Noah Michael Levine and Erin deWard was great. I l..Show More »ike that Noah speaks all the male lines and Erin speaks all the female lines regardless of who POV it currently is. I've often wondered why other narrators didn't do this. I would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys suspense romance. HEA and no cliffhanger. .
The Deception is the 5th book in the Munro Family series by Chris Taylor. Yet again, another great book! I love this series. I am currently on my 2..Show More »nd time through the entire series. i would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys suspense romance. Narration by Noah Michael Levine and Erin deWard was very good. They get better and better as the series go on.
The Negotiator is the 6th book in the Munro Family series by Chris Taylor. Great story. Narration by Aiden Snow was fabulous as always. He always add..Show More »s something extra that hooks you in the story. Add his deep sexy voice to an excellent story and you can't go wrong. I would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys suspense romance. HEA and no cliffhanger. .
I loved this book. Such a fantastic way to meet and greet everyone. Updates on the characters we have met and we get to know the sisters a little. ..Show More » The parents are amazing. I can't wait for the sisters to get their own books. It easy to see why the Munro family is so great with the example the parents have set. Narration by Aiden Snow was perfect as always.
Book 7 in the Munro Family series by Chris Taylor. Another great book in the series. Tgis is Lane and Zara's story. Lane was a secondary character ..Show More »in a past book and Zara is a new character. We also get to see how the relationship between Clayton, Ellie and Olivia progresses. HEA and no cliffhanger. .
This is book 8 in the Munro Family series by Chris Taylor. we finally got a book about one of the sisters. Fantastic book. Very Emotional and scary ..Show More »in parts. Book 9 The Shooter is the only book in the series not narrated yet. I have been told by Chris Taylor that it should be released soon. I am looking forward to it. Narration by Aiden Snow was perfect. He has the best voice and is my favorite narrator. HEA and no cliffhanger. .
The Shooter is the 9th book in the Munro Family series by Chris Taylor. Tom and Lilly have been married for several years when the series started so..Show More » we never got their story...until now. Lilly gets shot at the elementary school she teaches at and Tom finally gets the lump in his breast checked out. It's cancer. As he is going through the cancer surgery and recovery and Lilly is still in a coma, Tom reminisces about how they met and fell in love.
Narration by Noah Michael Levine and Erin deWard is great.
I'm sad this is the last book in the series. I loved all the books and especially enjoyed narration by Aiden Snow. SEXIEST VOICE EVER!!, Chris Ta..Show More »ylor's books narrated by Aiden Snow is the recipe for a perfect evening...or morning...or afternoon...