Homicide detective Levi Abrams is barely holding his life together. He’s reeling from the fallout of a fatal shooting, and his relationship with his boyfriend is crumbling. The last thing he’s prepared for is a serial killer stalking the streets of Las Vegas. Or how he keeps getting thrown into the path of annoyingly charming bounty hunter Dominic Russo. Dominic likes his life free of complications. That means no tangling with cops—especially prickly, uptight detectives. But when he stumbles across one of the Seven of Spades’s horrifying crime scenes, he can’t let go, despite Levi’s warnings to stay away. The Seven of Spades is ruthless and always two moves ahead. Worst of all, they’ve taken a dangerously personal interest in Levi and Dominic. Forced to trust each other, the two men race to discover the killer’s identity, revealing hidden truths along the way and sparking a bond neither man expected. But that may not be enough to protect them.
I’m glad I did not gave up on this one . Really great misterie and the crinminal is worthy of respect.
I did had to speed up the listening. And t hat made it easier to finish it, the pace was a bit slow even though the narration was great.
I will listen to the second book.
Arthur Drams works for a secret government security agency, but all he really does is spend his days in a cubical. After getting another "lateral promotion", it's suggested that Arthur try to "make friends" and "get noticed" in order to move up the ladder. It's like high school all over again: His attempts to be friendly come across as awkward and creepy, and no one wants to sit at the same table with him at lunch. In a last-ditch attempt to be seen as friendly and outgoing, he decides to make friends with The Alien, aka Agent Martin Grove.
Good storie , not so good narration.
This narration was like a sales man at the market.
Storie was good
The last thing Jason West, an ambitious young FBI Special Agent with the Art Crimes Team, wants - or needs - is his uncertain and unacknowledged romantic relationship with irascible legendary Behavioral Analysis Unit Chief Sam Kennedy. And it's starting to feel like Sam is not thrilled with the idea either. But personal feelings must be put aside when Sam requests Jason's help to catch a deranged killer targeting wealthy, upscale art collectors. A killer whose calling card is a series of grotesque paintings depicting the murders.
Great story, liked the the MCs
Will listen to the prior books.
I recommend this one for sure.
Taylor Langford’s world is torn apart when he is only 13 years old - his parents killed, leaving him alone and orphaned. With no living relatives, he’d certainly be another statistic if not for the intervention of the policeman who found Taylor in the crawl space where his mother hid him that fateful night. Frank Moore is a rookie with the Dallas Police Department when he and his partner answer the call in Devonshire. Over the years, Frank becomes a permanent fixture in Taylor’s life.
Well done storie ,excellent narration
Nice storie. With a bit of action .
Narration was toptoch.
What more can in say, give this one a chance, is a good one
About three things I was certain. First, Edward was a vampire. Second, there was a part of him, and I didn't know how dominant that part might be, that thirsted for my blood. And third, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him.
never read this on book
So I tried on audio.
After seeing the movie (movies)
I got to say that the movie did this book justice .
( that is saying a lot , after the recent fiasco of other books being made in to movies , mainly the terrible directed and casting of 50 shades of gray)
This was a pleasure to listen to, very well narrated, and well paced.
I got to imagine the first movie as I was listening.....the script for the movie was preatty close to the book.
Very much enjoyed this audio.
Zack never intended to become a phone sex operator, but with half a college degree and a smart mouth, his options were limited. It helps that he has a knack for thinking on his feet and a willingness to roll with whatever his clients throw at him. Sure, he gets his fair share of creeps and unconventional requests, but it pays the bills, and he's in no danger of breaking his one rule: never fall for a client. Until a man named "John" starts calling, and Zack finds himself interested in more than a paycheck.
This was a really good one, sexy , hot ., low and in angst.
Superior narration. It held my attention for sure...great sexy storie narrated magnificently.
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At once wildly original and stuffed with irresistible nostalgia, Ready Player One is a spectacularly genre-busting, ambitious, and charming debut—part quest novel, part love story, and part virtual space opera set in a universe where spell-slinging mages battle giant Japanese robots, entire planets are inspired by Blade Runner, and flying DeLoreans achieve light speed.
Wow this was different then what I read. But it was good
I’m not in the world of gamers but this was a good storie with lots of imagination.
I will certainly will go see the movie now. I read this book to see how they will make the movie .
Great narration. Good storie.
Act the first: the offices of the Matrimonial Advertiser, London, where lonely hearts may seek one another for the cost of a shilling. Act the second: a pursuit to Gretna Green (or thereabouts) featuring a speedy carriage, sundry rustic, a private bedchamber. In the course of which are presented romance, revenge, and redemption, deceptions, discoveries, and desires - the particulars of which are too numerous to impart.
This a good storie , the MCs were great,
But the storie could have been better
Their romance was not that romantic at all
The back storie just did not hold Me, and the little twist ,
did not help me to like their romance even more also to many excuses. The Main characters were not mached well.
This is an ok listen for me not one I truly loved
Crispin Tredarloe never meant to become a warlock. Freed from his treacherous master, he's learning how to use his magical powers the right way. But it's brutally hard work. Not everyone believes he's a reformed character, and the strain is putting unbearable pressure on his secret relationship with waste-man Ned Hall. Ned's sick of magic. Sick of the trouble it brings, sick of its dangerous grip on Crispin and the miserable look it puts in his eyes, and sick of being afraid that a gentleman magician won't want a street paper-seller forever....
This is just as good as the rest of the series.
The narration is perfection
Highly recommend this book and the whole entire
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Jonah Pastern is a magician, a liar, a windwalker, a professional thief...and for six months, he was the love of police constable Ben Spenser's life. His betrayal left Ben jailed, ruined, alone, and looking for revenge. Ben is determined to make Jonah pay. But he can't seem to forget what they once shared, and Jonah refuses to let him. Soon Ben is entangled in Jonah's chaotic existence all over again, and they're running together - from the police, the justiciary, and some dangerous people with a lethal grudge against them.
This was wonderful.
This was just after the end of the third book
Of the Magpie lord adventures.
Its about Jonah The wind walker and Ben.
What a great sequence to these great books .
Highly Recommend the entire series , exellent narration, superb writing amazing storie