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Cute clean romance...
This was short and sweet romance. Nothing too dramatic or drawn out but a nice way to take a quick break.
Reminds me of those Love Swept romance novels I use to read.
My last book by this author ... same story different charaters
I am not sure I will read or listen to any other books by this author... I am not seeing all of her stories are so similar with no real charater development or change. I am sure it is hard to have a change in story with same theme but this is typical and slightly boring.
The other then bothering me is this authors subtle attempt to show us her political and social views. I am not a prude but why all the homosexual references? Wright has two same sex male couples in her world and now has references to pansexual on the male side for the main charater. I don’t understand why it seems random and inserted in stories for the sake of telling us her views. The strange thing is this author only has homosexual males reference but doesn’t write about any other diversity. No Latin, Asain, or Black charaters. No charaters with disabilities, older or with mental hang ups. No culturally mixed couples, no black women or men... no Asian women with Latin males ... nor older men or women finding mates later at 40 as main charaters .... just NO diversity.
Not sure why the homosexual male reference seems to be her sole focus . It is as though she is creating a awareness of love is love but it seems only if it is two white males or white 20 something females/males. Just my obersvation with this entire series.
Little change up is needed from both a storyline and charater perspective.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Story is weak but similar to the others
The story felt elementary in nature. I didn’t really have a vested interest in the characters. Amy was whiney and too immature for an apocalypse. I didn’t care too much for the story . I was interesting how these women hates the dragon then uses them for their own gain . Amy’s dragon decides he doesn’t was want to do something . Her response to him “ you don’t get to make the choice” this woman can barely walk, can’t feed herself and want to use him to bully people. She just wasn’t like able to me
Too brutal with no reasoning
Because much too slow and seems to be chaotic the organization of the story makes no sense and it’s harsh and brutal for no reason. I feel like the setting is midevil times so some brutality is expected. However I think it would need to match story. This seems to be about nothing but revenge and raping women.
I also do not like the way the narrator’s voice is for women. All the women sound like a whiny brats
Narrrtor made weird noises
The story is OK kind of slow. Wasn’t really invested in the h/H as their romance seem forced and not very convincing. The Narrtor sounded like she kept spit in her mouth. You could hear her suck and swallow the entire time. It was gross
No plot or storyline have no clue of the purpose
The book is entertaining to listen to from a I am driving a need noise to get me through traffic but ...... I have no clue on what this book is about and don’t really care to find out.
Weak plot, storyline and characters
Not sure what this was about but the story was as weak as the charaters. I have read Bondsge book before but this really really feel short.
Narrator IS AWFUL
I love this author and series. This author has completely ruined the story. She is truly awful and sucks. Bring back Charolette Kane .. this needs a reboot
15 of 17 people found this review helpful
Heroine is a punching bag for the Hero
Did not like Dante at all this entire story is him taking Jamie for granted and saying some pretty lousy things about her.
When she gets fed up Dante refuses to even allow her space. This was a good story just unlikable characters...
Jamie is just too needed for a supposed alpha female.
Weak Hero and Heroine
These two where too dumb to deal with... a woman too proud and definitely didn’t not understand the concept survival. She was very irrational for a 26 women down on her luck.
Griffin did not seem to understand the use of clues. Particularly one whom suppose worked as a spy in the war office.
Had to fastward to most of that angst ... lord help me from the impoverished overly privileged population