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I should've listened to this book first, it answered a lot of the questions that I had when I listened to Artemis' story.
I really enjoyed the characters, their struggles, and determination to overcome their obstacles.
The narration was very creative and on point throughout the entire books which I greatly appreciated because there were so many characters and emotions coming and going throughout the whole book.
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In some ways I liked this one a little better that book #1. I really liked Ty and Ashlynn BUT there could have been more story and less sex. In book #1 there was one sex scene and a lot more story but in this one there was like 3 or 4 sex scenes, and that’s a lot in a 240 page book. Although, I don’t believe there was a full 240 pages to the story. It ended at 93% and at location 1740 of 1883, and it did seem to be over awfully fast.
Anyway, I liked that Ty was flawed and tortured after been held by Garrick, the evil brother, for a time that was to terrible for words. And he didn’t trust women no-way no-how. Except for Ash, that is.
This story was built around Ash having to prove Ty was not guilty of murder, or he was going to be put to death by Zeus. Ty couldn't remember much of anything so he really thought he'd killed Elizabeth. What I didn’t understand was Eros wanting Ty dead because he thought Ty killed his daughter BUT when Zeus said he was innocent of all charges Eros attacked Ty. That was silly. I mean, Ty actually had witness but Eros wasn’t going to accept it, and Zeus read his mind. You can't get any better proof than that.
So, this had swearing and the F-bomb was used 45 times. And, like I said there was 3 or 4 sex scenes.
As to the narrator: Michael Ferraiuolo does everything right, most of the time! My favorite is he really, really laughs when the book calls for it. AND woman sound like women. AND all the men have sexy voices.