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If you could sum up Pleasures of the Night in three words, what would they be?
Wonderful story, ending was too depressing! I listen to love stories to forget that in real life we do get messed over and love never last! The ending in this book broke my heart! I don;t listen to cry my eyes out and be reminded true love is never lasting!
Has Pleasures of the Night turned you off from other books in this genre?
No, just this writer in this series. I love the Crossfire series!
What about Shana Savage’s performance did you like?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The entire book, until the sad ending and loss of hope!
Any additional comments?
There are many of us who have always been disappointed in love and with men. We buy books to escape our sad dissappointed lives. This book left me crying my eyes out!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
This was a 'really out there' kinda listen - Dream Guardians visit us in the Twilight and enter our dreams to help us enjoy our dreams - whether it's sleeping with Bradd Pitt or flying and to keep the evil Nightmares away. Lyssa will only let Aidan get into her dreams and she really sees HIM and not just an imaginary lover which she shouldn't be able to do. Aidan falls in love and tries to come to this realm to save her from the Elders who believe she may be a mythical Key to the destruction of them all and they kill anyone who shows these abilities (see what I mean - it's unbelievable).
It was a really impossible implausible love story between two forbidden lovers that are willing to go to any lengths to be together - even if it means sacrifice. It was touching, steamy and sad but...... I loved it and am really looking forward to book 2. It has great characters, plenty of drama and it was hot. However, this book is one of those listens that just stops at a crucial time mid story - so you better be committed if you like the sound of this book.
Worth a credit? If you're a romantic that likes sci-fi or paranormal books then it should be something you like but if your imagination would rather stay on terra ferma in this world then no - for me it's a definite YES.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful
I'm sorry to say this audiobook was terrible! not only was the story lame but the narrator could not do accents which made the story painful to listen to. I stuck it out for 3 hours of listening then gave up. I have listened to the Crossfire saga by the same author and found it a good follow on to the Fifty Shades trilogy. However this was a waste of time!!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Narrator’s attempt at an accent is shocking - how you’re supposed to envisage the lead male as attractive sounding like that I have no clue. I couldn’t keep listening. If she’d read his part in her normal reading time it would have been far better.
After listening first to the Fifty Shades of Grey books then the Crossfire Series, I was expecting something similar in terms of engrossing storyline, with erotic undertones. This in comparison is boarding on porn, with a very thin story line. The Narrator struggles with the accents so sounds fake, and the obvious change in voice tones when changing to a new "take" also detracted from the thin story. I will not be continuing with the rest of this series
1 of 1 people found this review helpful