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Ok, so I'll start off with explaining my review process. A 5 star book must contain the following nine areas: Lots of laughs/heart wrentching or both , hot steamy sex, relatable/believable (I don't care if it's about vampires or mythical creatures, as long as the rest of the story is convincing), excellent narration, detailed but not excessively, keeps your attention and finally, worth listening to more than once. This book was not the best I've ever listened to but not the worst either....was OK. It contained 5 out of the 9. I will however say the suspense was great (and I hate suspenses, I'm the person who reads the last chapter of a book if the suspense is too much of a wait), and the plot was completely unpredictable. It's not your average story but enjoyable. Lastly, I hate cliffhangers with a passion, because I simply cannot wait to know what will happen next, and in many cases, it leaves me pissed off for days; but this one didn't leave me angry at all, I could live a few months or years for the next book. Which translates to being just an OK book.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Lorenzo and Morgan are such an interesting pair. Lorenzo is a cold hearted killer and crime boss. Morgan is a stripper with a sad secret. One thing I liked about this story is that it's not hearts and flowers. For one, the hero has a terrifying scar on his face, making him blind in one eye. The heroine picks pockets and often finds herself at the mercy of very predatory men. There is also an interesting but tragic twist in her backstory (no spoilers). While Lorenzo and Morgan do end up together, I would argue that they have more of a FWB situation than a romantic relationship. Their banter was funny despite the dark tone of the story. Just a heads up, this ends on a cliffhanger.
I liked Iggy Toma. He really understood the characters and the story.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I really enjoyed this book, the story line had a unique style that was different from other chick lit romance stories. Narrators brought the story to life, well worth a listen.
Would you consider the audio edition of Menace to be better than the print version?
Not necessarily better, just that the narrators bring the story and characters to life.
Have you listened to any of Kasha Kensington and Iggy Toma ’s other performances? How does this one compare?
No, but I think they both did wonderful jobs with all the different accents and tones to make each voice distinguishable from others.
Any additional comments?
If you like mafia-esque type romances, this will probably be right up your alley. Very enjoyable narration.