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By Lori on 11-02-17
Great story - very enjoyable
This was really good. It's a very entertaining, well written and fast paced story full of mystery, action, suspense, intrigue, revenge and more. From the minute it starts it pulls you in and keep you on the edge of your seat. There is never a dull moment and you never know what is going to happen next. It held my complete attention from start to finish. This is one of those books that I was irritated if I had to pause it for any reason and couldn't wait to get back to it. Be prepared - once you start it you will want to listen straight through.
Being a police officer is a dangerous job. Even more so when you are involved in undercover work. It's a job that can an often does have deadly consequences not just for the officer but for everyone around them. How far would you go to protect your family and get revenge for the murder of someone you loved.
Great cast of well rounded and interesting characters Both likable and unlikable.
There are a couple of "steamy" scenes so if you don't like any romance in your Mystery/Thrillers this may not be the book for you.
This is the first book by Cindy McDonald I have listened to but it won't be the last. Hopefully the rest of the series will be available on Audible soon.
Kevin Iggens did a good job with the narration overall. This is the first time I have listened to him narrate a book. He has a nice voice that is easy to listen to for long periods of time. His narration flows at a nice steady pace, it was just to dry/monotone for my taste most of the time. There needed to be more life in the narration to match what was happening in the story. He is just "reading" the story for the most part. No matter what was happening in the story his tone and pace stayed the same. Even the "steamy" scenes were done in the same tone of voice. Most of his characters voices sound the same as well. Although his voice for Lill was really good. Like I said before he has a nice voice he just needs to put a little more life into his narration.
Mispronounced words such as wanton gaze - it was pronounced like wonton soup. Not sure if there were editing errors or if the wrong word was spoken at times
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily provided this review.
By Nickie on 10-29-17
A Good Overall Performance...
This Was A Good Plot, Storyline And Ending... The Narrator Was Enjoyable, Which Made For An Easy Listen.. Especially With All The Action And It Didnt Hurt To Have A Couple Of Hot Sex Scenes...I Definitely Recommend This Book...
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
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By Norma Miles on 10-10-17
She'll be the angel sitting on your shoulder.
This book seems to suffer from an identity crisis. Whilst the basic idea of revenge by both a betrayed biker gang leader betrayed, as he saw it, by an undercover cop, and that same feeling in the heart of the cop himself, the story is also swamped with domestic sentimentality an a hint of romance: it takes seven chapters to get to the action story itself, first establishing a rather unrealistic idealised marital situation, complete with blow by stroke sex scene and is constantly awash with more emotional clutter.
The narration, however, is good. Kevin Iggens' reading is well paced, with good intonation and expression and, although his voicings of the numerous characters is not overly individual, no clarity is lost by this. His was a distinctive reading rather than a full interpretation performance.
The writing is occasionally sloppy and repetitive but mostly fair. However, it is the constant change of scenarios and addition of unecessary sentimentality which, despite the frequent action and inventive ideas, made Into the Crossfire a less than pleasurable book for this reader.
I received my complimentary copy of the book, via Audiobook Boom, from the rights holder. My thanks for that. Despite some exciting and action filled sections, I found it too style confused to be able to recommend it.