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Why does the girl author speak her male voice with an accent? The book says his accent is slightly noticeable. She speaks with a full Russian accent!! So annoying. As always, Sebastian York got it right.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
From the moment Florist Chloe and AJ, the handsome broody drummer of Bad Habit, met (in book 1) it was hate and insults at first sight but the tension, sniped words and heated glares was a carefully erected facade to hide AJ's true feelings for Chloe. And, as they spend more and more time together, it's obvious to Chloe that AJ has a tortured soul hiding secrets - but those dark memories and sins from AJ's past is crushing him..... because he's sure that once Chloe knows the truth she'll leave him.
Chloe is in a long term relationship with a mild mannered Cop but secretly her thoughts are consumed by the sexy, confusing, mysterious and dark AJ who, despite everything, makes certain 'body parts' tingle. But soon jealousy turns the mild mannered Cop into an evil villain with chilling bloody consequences. When Chloe and AJ call a ceasefire to all the sniping at each other it leaves them with the sexual tension and sizzling chemistry that's been heating up which can only go one way...... it boils over as passion, lust, sex and recklessness erupts. And, as they grow closer and closer, it's not long before secrets are spilled, mutual feelings are shared and days of bliss and passion are enjoyed. However, there's still one BIG devastating secret that AJ feels cannot ever be told to anyone which results in a brutal betrayal followed by tears, distress, grief and two broken hearts..... until the final earth shattering WHOA of a puzzle piece, that AJ's been holding back, is revealed which uncovers a heartbreaking revelation and a shocking twist that nobody could ever have suspected. But he's not the only one with life changing news.
This is mainly told from Chloe's POV with very few short Chapters from AJ's and the narration was ok but one tiny niggle... AJ had a slight Russian accent when narrated by Teri but there was no accent to his voice when narrated by Sebastian so seemed like different characters. Great story..... emotional, multi-layered, sometimes funny, sometimes scary, sometimes sassy, touching and romantic with interesting secondary characters (including updates on Kat and Nico's Wedding plans). A slow to develop romance driven plot that was very addictive because I was hooked waiting for them to get together, then I was nervously dreading a breakup, anxious if they'd make up and totally floored by the unseen heart wrenching twist.
Worth a credit? All this drama, angst and emotional turmoil made a very enjoyable listen that would definitely have been worth a credit but, at under $8, I just bought it saving the credit for a costlier listen.
11 of 12 people found this review helpful
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I loved this book! AJ Edward had many layers to him and I loved seeing the layers being peeled back by Chloe! This book was highly emotional as well and had me crying more then once. AJ's past was really traumatic and he really deserved to find happiness! There were some good twists in the book as well. The end left me dying for the next book as I'm very curious about Brody and Grace!
I also loved Chloe's big brother James, he was an awesome character and I hope he finds his HEA as well. Kenji also provided a lot of laughs, he is just such a brilliant character and I love his confidence! This book is the perfect balance of rip-your-heart-out emotions and laugh-out-loud humour! I highly recommend it!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I would’ve stopped listening to this book 30 seconds into it if it was for free but paid for it so finished. The voice of the women in it is so irritating you want to rip our own ears of not to listen to it. The supposed Russian man is just as crap, probably the same actor
What made the experience of listening to Make Me Sin the most enjoyable?
I enjoyed the story and having read the first book the characters had grown on me.
What other book might you compare Make Me Sin to, and why?
May be Sinners books but I believe this series holds its own. Little more mature in story
Have you listened to any of Teri Clark Linden and Sebastian York ’s other performances? How does this one compare?
Sebastian York could read me a flat pack instruction manual and I would be hot however I really don't think he was needed for this story. Teri had it under control and it was a little disorientating having two people speak for the same character. But please don't tell Seb I said that!!
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Its was just entertaining and good to listen too
Any additional comments?
I think I'm looking forward to the next one although lets face it if the innuendo is anything to go by Grace and Brodie are in for one hell of a ride. See that's how good the book was I remember some of the other characters.
Loved this book I had to listen from start to finish nearly
Only disappointment was the very limited chapters Sebastian York had and they we're only 5 mins long. I love listening to him and buy audio books he is narrating.