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It's not ethical to release half a book and charge readers for a full one. The previous books in this series, while being cliffhangers, did offer resolutionso of the main story and were much longer. This was clearly purely and solely a cynical exercise in upselling marketing by the publishers. Shame on you ! The narration was also overly dramatic which spoilt a good story.
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This book continues the Steel Brothers story. The series hasn't always the easiest to listen to, the subject matter is harrowing & challenging but very well done. These are the first Helen Hardt books I've listened to and I have thoroughly enjoyed them. They have been very different to most erotic books I've listened to and the story is very strong with a few cliffhangers along the way. Burn ends of a gigantic cliffhanger which I hated.......but only because I am very impatient and I want to know right NOW!
The only thing to let the book down a little is the narration. Jonah's POV is portrayed by Alexander Cendese and whilst his portrayal of Jonah himself is good his portrayal of the other characters is not good, Melanie's voice is dreadful. Teri Clark Linden portrays Melanie's POV, I've read negative comments about her portrayal and whilst I can understand some of them I do think it is believable.
I am thoroughly looking forward to the next instalment, due in May. After that the story continues with Ryan's story but I'm going to have to find some patience from somewhere as it's likely going to be about a year before this story concludes fully.
Well, the continuing story of the Steel family. Very explicit throughout but you have to go with it to get to the end of the book. Looking forward to Surrender.
My heart was in my mouth listening to this book of the Trilogy of the Steel Brothers. In fact I have really enjoyed all the Books so far. Looking forward to the next book. Great Story Helen Hardt and the narrator's were awesome.
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Would you try another book written by Helen Hardt or narrated by Teri Clark Linden and Alexander Cendese ?
The story line for all the books has great potential however the narrators make it sound like a really bad Mills & Boon novel. The story is like a train wreck that you can't look away from - you have to know how the story finishes but each book leaves you hanging so you have to get to the next one but the narration is still terrible. The male narrators' female voice is laughable and the females voice is so "sound of music" like it makes it hard to listen to the steamy scenes without laughing.
What will your next listen be?
Unfortunately, I need to know how this story finishes so probably the next book in line.
Would you be willing to try another one of Teri Clark Linden and Alexander Cendese ’s performances?