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How steamy is it? Simmering

Publisher's Summary

Evie doesn't open her eyes so she can't see him, but she can smell him. He thickens the air she breathes, choking her with his scent... his aroma. She shivers. She has to resist. If she's not strong, then she will be relegated to the same fate as this predator whose sickness infects her even now. But now, she craves him and he knows that; he has been counting on her need to end the gnawing pain. How he would savor her surrender. She's alive, but how much longer will it take until she begs him not to be?

©2011 Amy A. Bartol (P)2013 Tantor

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OK! Wasn't expecting this book to be soooooo good!

Haven't read any of Amy Bartol's but I plan to listen to the rest of the series. This one was great. Emily Woo Zeller, where did you come from and please narrate more books! She is the voice. I enjoyed your narration. Some say this is like Twilight Series, yes, it is something alike if you want to look at it that way. I have to say, there are twist and turns that are different. Just listen to the book and you will see. I had a hard time putting it down to get some things done. Just wanted to know what would happen next.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Good sequel

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I just have to say that you get a little tired of the main character seeming weak and depressed. But I had to keep remind myself that shes only 18. Russell's voice is the one I am most disappointed in because I am country and I don't feel like she does a good job at his voice, but I guess it's hard. Still good story. I've listened to all the books. My favorite books series yet.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Favorite series of all time!

There are some things you cannot change and fate is one of them. This series has been a constant re read for me and now I can listen to it again and again!!

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We here Russell's POV!

Would you consider the audio edition of Intuition to be better than the print version?

Emily Woo Zellar's voices/accents help take Bartol's words and make it more tangible.

What does Emily Woo Zeller bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Emily Woo Zellar's voices/accents help take Bartol's words and make it more tangible.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Evie listening to her voicemail. Binding ceremony.

Any additional comments?

Intuition is the second book in the Premonition Series by Amy A. Bartol. It is YA urban fantasy/paranormal book told from Evie and Russell’s POV. Books must be read in order to understand the plot.

Intuition picks up shortly after Inescapable ends. Evie is filled with such loss and nightmares she shuts herself away in her room at Reeds. Buns comes home early from Russell’s to help Evie. The book’s descriptions doesn’t do the story justice. Without giving spoilers, enemies are coming at Evie from all directions. She doesn’t know who to trust. Plus she is evolving into a Seraph which leaves her feeling more protective over her friends. She is becoming lethal in a fight. She will go to great lengths in this story to protect Reed, Russell and her friends.

Bartol wrote some of the best scenes and lines I have ever read. Her words connected with me like few other authors ever have. I was a highlighting like crazy in this story. Her use of Shakespeare and Poe were brilliantly done. There was plenty of action in this story. Evie has to learn to fight for her life. It is balanced by heartbreak, romance, humor and friendship story lines. There are so many details I didn’t realize in this book that forecasted storylines in her other books in the series. I was like amazed when it all came together. This series is a must read and are addictive.

We hear Russell’s POV for the first time. I really enjoyed his take on what was going on. His love for Evie is unquestionable now. We also learn some knew information about him and his past since he has started to evolve too.

We have a new villain, Brennus. He’s tall hunky Gancanagh with black hair and sea foam eyes. He’s a wee bit obsessed with Evie. There’s something captivating about him. Don’t get me wrong, he’s no Reed.

I read about 4-5 books per week. Sometimes I read so much; I need to clear my head. I need a book that has all the feels and that is comfortable like coming home. That’s the Premonition Series for me.

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Brilliant

Brilliant doesn’t even begin to cover this story! Start from the beginning and get this series

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Great writing... Great narration...

This series has not disappointed me. I recommend this book for teens and adults. It has unexpected twists and turns and very discriptive action, that definitely plays out in your head as you read . There is romance but it isn't overwhelming at all. Premonition series is Highly recommended!

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  • Kay
  • Murfreesboro, TN
  • 09-18-18

But what about Russell?

4.5 stars

I think I have a thing for the underdog. Granted Reed seems to be great but . . . What happens to Russell? Does he find a replacement like Evie did?

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one thing that bothers me...

I am in love with this story and the world that she has created, however I want to punch the female lead in the face. I want to finish the series but it is difficult for me to because I get so frustrated with her. It's pretty disappointing.

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Loved listening and readin

Best audible so far. I highly recommend while driving or running. Four out of five stars

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Great story 👏🏽

I’m so hurting for Russel he is so sweet can’t wait to listen to the next book

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  • Amie Jordan
  • 01-21-18

Great potential, a few pitfalls

Firstly, Emily Woo Zeller is a great narrator - there has been books in the past I have given up on listening to within a few chapters because the narration lacks any engagement but she is fab. Her Irish/Deep South accents are a bit off, but you still know what shes trying to do and which characters she's being before their names are said.

The overall storyline does have good potential and I have given it 4* because I will listen to the rest, but it is just a complete rip off cross between Twilight and the Mortal Instruments. But it is interesting enough to want to know what happens next. I do think some of the characters just accept completely random stuff too easily and with a better writing skill they could appear to have more reaction/personality.

The author is a bit cringe when writing about the Irish lot, she has obviously done a generic google search for pointers as every character is called a very stereotypical Irish name. I actually want to die of embarrassment for her that all of the Irish clan are referred to as 'fella's' every time they are mentioned in serious conversation because she has so got the use of that word that she's clearly found online and doesn't use herself completely wrong. It's more of a 'hey fella's what do you want to drink' used by a rough drunk bloke at a pub not a 'the fellas are coming to kill us' at a life or death war council kinda word.

I'd still recommend, just think it could be a little better.