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This was a good read, but it felt rushed. I think I would have liked this better as along form read instead of a quickie. There seemed to be much missing in the dance that is flirtation. There was more tell than show in the romance.
While I loved the sassy curvy heroine Daniella, I felt the guys were kind of typical. They just missed in the surprise and delight category. Sure they are a yummy double team, but I thought they were a little bland. I think it was all the holding her at bay that bothered me.
The smexy stuff was all that and a bag of chocolates!! Yummy hawt action was the highlight of the book. If you like menage, this is going to be scrumptious!
The audiobook is read by Lauren Sweet, who has been with the series since the beginning. She is a joy for the ears!! Such a talented reader with exuberant energy and a luscious voice that feeds into the motion of the story! I will have to look for more of her reads while I wait for the rest of the series to release!
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Would you consider the audio edition of Curves 'Em Right to be better than the print version?
Haven t read print.
What did you like best about this story?
It s HOT! It was my first paranormal and it was good. The one I had after this was awful but I had something for comparison.
What about Lauren Sweet’s performance did you like?
It flowed nicely. Listening was smooth...not interrupted because of poor performance. She also alternates voices well.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
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What would have made Curves 'Em Right better?
An original idea or a plausible one. Preferably strong female and male characters. A sense of humour. Great sex well this is erotica after all. A bonus is a few breath taking moments or at least a few laugh out loud moments. More originality in the plot, better editing.<br/>
Has Curves 'Em Right put you off other books in this genre?
If its by this author and narrator definitely yes.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
The narrator was the first obstacle for me as she portrayed all of the female roles as a high pitched whining women. Laura Sweet's interpretation of most of the female roles throughout all of these books was consistently awful and was akin to nails being dragged down a blackboard.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Curves 'Em Right?
Hmm... I wouldn't take the job as an editor on the Paranormal Dating Agency series of books. As they shouldn't have got that far in the preliminary stages they should have been changed in the early stages of writing.
Any additional comments?
In this fourth book the only saving grace is the sexual attraction, adoration and chemistry between Daniella, Cain and Blake.