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I thought the narrator a great job with most of the voices and all the various accents. He really differentiated the characters. Unfortunately, the weakest voice was that of Owen, the main character. Although he was an uptight, repressed character he did not have to sound like a robot. But the thing that really drove me crazy was the way he pronounced plural possessives. Servants' was pronounced servantses, parents' became parentses, friends' was friendses. It pulled me out of the story every time.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
First I have to say Ms. Hawk is a true master. And after reading this book it appears she is in more ways than one. An artfully told story with the most amazing erotic overtones. D/s in fiction is always exciting but this time it is from the viewpoint of the submissive. Is that the way they really think? Wildly erotic. I was expecting to hear about the further adventures of our last couple but once again the author masterfully switched character within a particular group. Loved it! Loved it! Loved it!!!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Tristan James' voice is a good match for the urban police-procedural basis for the story - he offers a range of voices and accents (a lot of them New York-Irish) and characters are easy to distinguish. Probably more rewarding to read the series in order but this one would still make sense without.