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Would you consider the audio edition of Charming to be better than the print version?
N/A I only have the audio edition
What other book might you compare Charming to and why?
I'd compare it to other books in this series, as well as Dark's Mageri series in quality and entertainment. They're all well-written and well-narrated.
What does Nicole Poole bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Nicole Poole, as usual, impressed me with her narration. Her delivery kept the packing perfect and her voices and accents for both men and women were spot on.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I didn't listen to it in one sitting but I did finish it in two days.
Any additional comments?
Despite there being some tension and suspense, coupled with some action, Charming might be the lightest story in this series. It was a story I was eager to get and one that left me completely satisfied.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
This story was amazing, Kat and Prince made it that much better. What an odd paring Kat the careless sexy unselfish bounty hunter and the 700 year old proper to the T prince. Both at opposite ends of the spectrum and so different in many ways. But Katarina won Prince's heart by simply being herself and showing him that being simple is not so bad. Prince had everything anyone could want but he didn't have love or comfort or the company of another, that is until Katarina came along. When a common enemy shows up with promises to destroy everything she ever loved both Katarina and Prince join forces to bring this criminal down. If you loved Dannika Dark's Seven Series you will love this story that shines a light into Prince's past and who he is.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
The series as a whole is brilliant
Any additional comments?
I am really enjoying this series because the world that it sits within is detailed and interlinked in a way that makes it feel real. The characters are well developed and varied. Charming is the nickname that Kat gives to Prince, a long standing character in the series, and it suits his perfect gentlemanly personality and poise. He thinks that Nadia is right for him and pursues her in the beginning, but becomes quickly ensconced in her twin sister’s life. Kat brings life to his routine and he begins to fall in love with her. This book has a slightly different feel than the others in the series and I think it is because it is not based around the Western pack, and Prince and Kat’s wolf have only minor appearances in the story. I am certainly looking forward to the next in the series.