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Narration ruined it
MC book needs alpha narration. This was not the right narrator for this book. Now about the book. Mistaken identity results in sex as she's delivering a cake from her shop. The next day results in anal. Seriously? No, not for me. Not worth a credit.
Erotic! Oh that forbidden apple!
For those of you: be warned that this has many religious and forbidden taboos that may not agree with your religion. Sean is the brother of Tyler, the former priest (book 1). Sean has disavowed his faith and in God. He is rich, hot, sexy, ruthless and no doubt a sinner. This is a very steamy, intensely erotic listen. "I'm a sinner with a dimpled smile and perfect hair, and I know how to make sin feel like heaven." Narration was off the charts fantastic! LOVED it all. Yes, worth the sinner credit!
Narrators are great but that's it
Two different MC come together. After she meets and falls for Cooper, Bristal is threatened by her family to marry someone from their MC or become the club whore. Seriously, I have issues when any man or woman tells another what they can or cannot do with their body. The sex between Cooper and Bristal was okay. I was hoping for steamier. The MC violence was very graphic. I will not be continuing this series. I loved the narrators but I did not like the story. Not worth my credit.
Sebastian could not save this
Since Sebastian York was one of the narrators, I was expecting hot. I didn't get it. This was so dark with past drama from both Zane and Dakota. She was patient with him while he was extremely battling his past. He was also distraught about his sister (which we never saw him connect with). Instead he just continued his drunken stupor. To me, this was boring, and these characters are so young 21 with deep rooted issues. Not worth my credit even with SY as narrator.
Not my cup of tea
I loved the hot cover! I didn't like the irritating female character in the book. Narrators are good but Kai's voice had a muffled recording. Did not enjoy and did not finish.
Bad female audio recording and where's Lee Samuels
The audio of Summer Morton had some bad recording. She was the main narrator. I bought this with a credit and only heard Lee Samuels in the introduction which was disappointing. I don't appreciate seeing a dual narration when it really isn't. You only hear one or two chapters from the second narrator. The story was okay. I didn't understand why Cameron chose that particular line of work for a second job when she had a good first job. She was too stubborn when it came to her former high school sweetheart, Zeus, which dragged the story longer. I can go on and on with other aspects of the characters. Unfortunately, it was not worth my credit.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
I wanted to hear an alpha voice, and selected this new series because of Aiden Snow. I think I needed a female narrator to compliment him. I didn't feel the connection to the characters. It proceeded way too slow in this 11 hour book. Unfortunately, I didn't finish. For me, it was not credit worthy.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
I have been away from SB books. I forgot how much I enjoy them. This had a combination of everything I like: steamy, ghost from the past, low drama, and HEA. I've added it to my "faves" list. YES, worth my credit!
Slow and boring!
I listened and thought this has to get better. That was in the middle of chapter 2. Knowing the book had such positive reviews, I continued to listen. It must get better right? I'm on chapter 7 and still wondering when it will get better. It's been from the one-sided inner thoughts of 17-year old Elio who is crushing on graduate student, Oliver. No chemistry whatsoever! I won't even get to Elio's creepy searching of Olivier's closet. I can't finish. Not worthy of a credit!
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
What an adventure!
I have always enjoyed Mia's books! My favorite being Leo. I couldn't resist and used my credit on Seek. I have listened to all of her books and enjoy her Sign of Love (Zodiac) series. It's a shorter listen for me, but I LOVED it! Leo is still my favorite, but I rank Seek in my top 4 of Mia's books. I was not disappointed with this suspenseful, Columbia adventure trip. A stranger from the past (from one of her other books) makes an appearance. The steam occurs towards 3/4 of the book. Yes, worth my credit!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful