Just when he's getting his life back on track, the woman responsible for ruining it arrives - in jeopardy - on his doorstep.
When gunfire erupts just outside the gates of the O'Day estate, chief of security Conlan Shea is first on the scene. With bared fangs, the half vampire, half human gently turns the wounded victim over only to find himself staring into the exquisite turquoise eyes of the woman who ripped his heart out three years ago.
Kat Karr. The name still evokes such turmoil. One night of fierce passion had cost Conlan his life, his job and his heart. Now she's back, injured and desperate for help. Kat's in real danger, and Conlan is her only hope. With the enemy fast approaching, Kat is running out of time. Suddenly for Conlan, revenge doesn't seem so sweet....
What made the experience of listening to Savage Redemption the most enjoyable?
I didn't enjoy the story as much as i thought I would.
What aspect of Dina Pearlman’s performance would you have changed?
Her voice is strong but it did not add the needed magic to the story or pull me in.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
Author: Alexis Morgan Narrator: Dina Pearlman
File Size: 388 KB
Print Length: 288 pages Audio: 6hrs 50min
Publisher: Harlequin Nocturne (September 1, 2012)
It took me a while to get into the story, but I eventually started to enjoy it. Kat is a very independent strong female character, I enjoyed her. Conlan is guy that needs to learn trust I can’t blame him; she did run out on him and leave him with his hand caught in the preverbal cookie jar. It’s hard to be held accountable for someone else’s actions. But the trust & the need to help her happens quickly, just as quickly as everything else does in the story. I felt a bit rushed. The story is entertaining, but put your seat belt on, cause it’s a fast ride.
Dina Pearlman did not add to the magic of the story. Pearlman’s voice is strong, but there was no note of inflection or tone, which is what draws me in and holds me when using an audio. You can choose to listen to the story her voice is adequate, but with no magic.
Overall, you may see this listed as 4 star but I would give it 3 ½ stars. It’s not a bad, or poorly written story. It’s entertaining, but very fast paced for me, and the audio added nothing to capture & hold me.
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Narrator had a nice voice but hasn't quite got that easy flow to narrate yet.The story was mildly entertaining,a bit predictable.Really wasn't very engaging.