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I was provided this audiobook through Audiobook Boom at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.
I wasn't sure I'd be able to listen to all of it by the gravely voice that started the audio. Fortunately, that was only a small bit of narration.
The writing had it's ups and downs. I had to change my mental image of Amia couple times. She began as the "I'm not hot, I'm a nerdy girl" but that didn't carry through. As soon as her relationship(s) began, there was no more self-doubt... or nerdiness, or even wearing glasses, and her writing deadline didn't seem to matter any more.
Then the storyline got good. New twist with Vampire Soul-mates. Two brothers competing for the same girl. One evil, one good. Both good kissers. I was disappointed at Gage's quick reveal of his true nature... I would have liked him to be a bit more tempting and Amia being more confused over the two. But, alas, it's a short book.
The ending came fast. Amia has a revealing of power and an understanding of position that goes by lightning fast. Like, "I'm not totally sure I understand what it all means," -fast. But the characters seem to understand their positions, and hers. There's a soft HEA with the epilogue dedicated to the villain and a glimmer into his future, and it looks dark.
Back to the narration. Terri England did an appropriate job. Comme ci, comme ca. She has a country lilt, admittedly appropriate for the demographics, but somehow it was too lazy(?) and gravely for male vampires (IMO). Good female—Bad male vocals.
ONE THUMB UP with a Big Smile!
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