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I love Kate Reus's ability to come up with an original story, and once again, she has started a series with a bang. It has to be hard to think of a new plot, but with the dream walking I found this one to be fun and refreshing. Nika and Elena are the least likely suspects to commit murder, but something just isn't right. When Declan Gallagher is called to help see what he can find out, he is hesitant, but agrees to invade the dreams of Nika. Now the real fun begins. While I have had dreams that seem real, in this case, a dream walker is actually there, in your dream. A little freaky, but for Nika, she enjoys the seemingly real dream until she actually meets Declan....and now the story gets really moving. The chemistry between these two character is sizzling, but that is not the only draw for me. I love the story. The Russian crime boss, his son, the parents of Nika and Elena, the mole..there is just so much suspense going on, you really have to pay attention to all the nuance to make figure out the answers are and who is really the culprits!
Veteran narrator Jeffrey Kafer is the narrator for this series. It took me a while to adjust to his style of voicing, not the typical deep sound I am used to, but I think he was a good choice for the type of romantic suspense this is. Not only is the book a romance, but the mystery side of it was portrayed with skill and just the right amount of angst to get the suspense to be at it's height. Going to grab the next in the series,so we can hear where Elena and Alexei end up, a small loose end Reus did not tie up!
What made the experience of listening to Retribution the most enjoyable?
I read the book but having it narrated was like being right there in the story. Absolutely loved it.
What did you like best about this story?
That Declan although doing a job he put what was right before anything else.
Which character – as performed by Jeffrey Kafer – was your favorite?
Declan - He did a fantastic job of bringing this character to life for me.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Running from the Devil.
Any additional comments?
Excellent audible !