When a Lioness Growls

Narrated by: Natasha Soudek
Series: A Lion's Pride, Book 7
Length: 6 hrs
Categories: Romance, Fantasy
4.6 out of 5 stars (415 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A trip to paradise. A mystery to solve. And a seriously uptight dude who doesn't know how to smile.

Stacey's been intrigued by Jean Francois since the moment she first saw his granite countenance. Then when she found out he could fly...she never was one to leave her four feet on the ground.

While she might act like a princess, adventure is her middle name. Under orders from her king, she drags poor JF along with her to an exotic location in search of answers. On the way, they find danger - fun - clues to unravel - stupendous - and a fiery lust that even he can't resist.

But when it comes to getting the man to make a commitment, this fiery-haired lioness is ready to growl. What will it take to make him admit he cares? Handcuffs come to mind.

©2017 Eve Langlais (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Worst timing and voices ever! She sounded constipated when reading male parts! Three more words!

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Dialog 90's valley girl

The book before this one has some valley girl but if the entitled, whiney, and must have it my way type of female character is not your thing then this book is not for you.

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When you can’t beat them you love them

Jean doesn’t like lionesses, he’s been there done that and has the scars to prove it. When he’s sent to a tropical island to investigate disappearances of the locals with Stacey he’s ready to commit murder himself. Stacey is a crazy lioness that wears a super hero custom while she fights so she doesn’t know why Jean doesn’t want to get personal with her. So what’s a girl to do but do her work and convince a grumpy wearbat that they belong together.

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When a Lioness Growls by Eve Langlais

When a Lioness Growls by Eve Langlais Book 7 of the Lion’s Pride series. Paranormal shifter romance. Erotic elements. Usually l love the strong female lead that is unwilling to be beaten. But this one goes a little to far for me. Both are Arrogant, yes with a capital A, which is fine but neither the heroine nor the hero seem to respect each other at all. She continues to call him Sweet Cheeks while he thinks she has a pea sized brain. They argue the whole time and beyond the sexual chemistry, I don’t get why they stay together. They do solve a minor mystery and end up together so ok. I’ll move on to the next because in general, I love the author’s wit and imagination. I listened to the audio version. Not a favorite either.

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Horrible narrator

The woman doing the narration sounds like she's trying to do the "I'm Batman" voice. I couldn't get through it. I'll take the time to read the book instead. Dont waste your money.

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I just love it!

Lots of fun listening to it. What a lovely contrast between Stacy and JF. They certainly rock! As always the humor brought to life by the excellent narration of Natasha Soudek, makes it a book not to miss!

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The Valley Girl voice is a total turn off

Haven’t even made it 1/4 of the way through and I find myself drifting off while listening. Already had to re-listen to several scenes. The men sound like Neanderthals and the women like bubble-headed, Valley Girls. It totally ruins the vibe from the prior books. Just trying to get through it and praying this person doesn’t narrate the next book.

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Spectacularly funny read!!!!!

This is a seriously funny read. Jean Francois (a.k.a. J.F. or Sweet Cheeks) and Stacey (a.k.a. crazy or princess) are a great pair. JF doesn't like shifters, especially lionesses, for personal reasons. Hid master, however, forces him to go on a trip with one such shifter, Stacey. Stacey is one of the crazies of the pride. She sets her sights on him almost as soon as they meet, the two butting heads at every turn, but that doesn't deter her from her pursuit. I love the back and forth banter between the two and their relationship is grand. JF tries as best he can to suppress his desire, to push her away. Nothing works though. Stacey pursues him with a ferocity that only a lioness can demonstrate. The results of their efforts make for a spectacular read. Plus, the narrator did an amazing job capturing the personalities and reactions of the characters. Well done to both the author and the narrator.

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Generally a decent read

This book is not as good as her others. I enjoy the storyline but, there is a lot of repetition from one book in the story in the series to another. There is a lot of sex in the book. It wouldn’t be too much of an exaggeration to say that half of the book is spent describing their sexual encounters. This is a case of more not being better. Overall though, I’m enjoying this series and so I will read the next book, if there is one.

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More unexpected drama with the Lionesses

Once you accept that the Lionesses are all superheroes (spy, enforcement, etc..) these situations that the ladies, in this series, keep experiencing make more sense. We all know (from King's Misery) how important it is for series to make sense to fans/readers. Langlais continues to deliver the unexpected. This time I was much more receptive to it than in a previous book in the series. The characters are extremely well developed an as the series goes on I have begun to look forward to these closer looks into the individual Lionesses. What's especially interesting is their personalities and the specific characteristics that they have chosen for the men that they want long term. SPOILER Alert That said, the plot stretched believability a bit with neither the king nor the Lionesses knowing what was going on with a company business as well as staff. Lastly, the narration at the beginning of the book was poor. The narrator appeared to have problems delivering multiple people's voices. Hopefully Langlais will be able to find one narrator for the next series instead of switching every book.