Lorn Adar has searched more than a lifetime to find his bondmate--the one woman he was born to love and the only woman who can save him from the approaching madness that threatens all unbonded males of his race. When a wormhole opens from his galaxy to Earth and the women who could hold their future, Lorn will do all in his power not only to find his mate but to show her a universe she never knew existed.
What made the experience of listening to Casey's Warriors the most enjoyable?
Casey's Warriors is by far towards the top of my audiobooks. So easy to listen to and follow along with!
What other book might you compare Casey's Warriors to and why?
What isn't a memorable moment in Casey's Warriors is more like it! This book is just amazing. I love fantasy, erotica and paranormal and this just hits all my hot buttons.
Which scene was your favorite?
Stephanie Wyles is an awesome narrator! She is so easy to listen too and one you want to listen too. Some narrators are hard to understand or hard to follow. Some you just CAN'T listen to and makes the story hard to listen too. Not so with Stephanie! She has a smooth and articulate voice and very calming effect.
Any additional comments?
I love Ann Mayburn and her writing style!
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Suffering a horrific childhood as the son of a Bloodletter in his father's war camp, Vishous pledges death to members of the vampire-hunting Lessening Society. Vishous knows no love. He feels no emotion. He lives only to oppose the slayers. But after suffering a mortal wound, a human surgeon named Dr. Jane Whitcomb tends to him. Her ministrations, however, extend beyond his physical injury - and before long her tender hand has awakened feelings of pleasure that Vishous never dreamed existed.
I can't put this book down! I can't put this series down! So excited for the next one! Thank you!
Vivienne Callahan has known only hardship. As if growing up with an alcoholic, drug addicted mother wasn't traumatic enough, she's escaped from her physically and verbally abusive boyfriend only to struggle every day to make ends meet as a waitress in a Minneapolis diner. Along comes Mikah Blake, a handsome stranger who quickly takes an unexpected and persistent interest in her. On the surface, "Mr. Suit" seems to be Vivienne's opposite: rich, well-fed, successful. As Vivienne will learn, Mikah is more than he seems.
If you could sum up Give Me Reason in three words, what would they be?
Sweet, powerful, enjoyable
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Vivienne is strong but too much confidence gets her in trouble.
Any additional comments?
Can't wait to listen to the next one.
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