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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I'll definitely be recommending this one to my fellow audiobook fans... packed with action and sizzle!
Any additional comments?
Worth a credit? If, like me, you're into steamy Vampire tales then definitely YES!!!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This was a gamble for me as I haven't heard of the author before but my gamble really paid off. Thoroughly entertaining from the start - Connie is the bait and part of a team of Hunters trying to trap a supposedly viscous vampire called Rurik (in walks tall, dark and handsome). But he captures her instead with disastrous consequences for them both.
Good romance plot, action packed, evil bad guys in the form of very very old vampires called Nosferatu (in walks the evil deformed uglies), all the characters were interesting and, or but, the sex scenes were pretty low on the temperature scale.
You think the book ends with a '......happily ever after' but reading from the author's website, Book 2 will continue their romance but things don't go as expected for them both. This will be an automatic download for me when Audible releases it.
Narrator was a bit slow but I put her on double-speed so it wasn't a problem.
Worth a credit? I thoroughly enjoyed it - so it's a definite YES.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
What made the experience of listening to BAIT the most enjoyable?
The Angler series is one of my favorites, though this is my first time listening to the audio book. The combination of Jennifer O'Donnell's almost languid delivery and fabulous accents added a lot to my enjoyment and I look forward to re-listening in the future.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I've always loved Tane. He's such a complex character with a long, fascinating past. He at times comes across as absolutely ruthless, really evil and soulless - and I love a bad, baddie! There are glimpses of his humour and loving nature, just enough to tease without satisfying my hunger. ;-)
Have you listened to any of Jennifer O'Donnell’s other performances? How does this one compare?
No, I will look out for her in future as her slow measured delivery, fantastic accents, (I love the way she rolls her 'Rs') and differing voices brought a new dimension to the story for me.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I must confess I shed a tear as Connie relives her last days with her husband. Set in such surreal circumstances, it heightened the tension and pain of the surrounding scenes.
Any additional comments?
I love Annie Nicholas books and have read many. I look forward to listening or reading the others very much.