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When Lina, her Watcher, and their dragon mates are summoned to Yellowstone National Park for a shifter Gathering, Lina never anticipates she'd soon become fast friends with Brodey Lyall, a wolf shifter. She senses Brodey's deep grief over a recent loss, but that's the least of their problems.
An ancient foe with an old grudge threatens to destroy everything Lina holds dear. Now it's up to Brodey to outsmart a homicidal, psychopathic chicken bent on revenge. Can Brodey safely reunite Lina with her men, or will a forest fire and Yellowstone's harsh elements prove too much for even the wily wolf shifter to overcome?
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By Stacey on 08-14-16
Another fun Siren Bookstrand production :-)
What made the experience of listening to Steam the most enjoyable?
The quality of the production and as usual, Ms. Dalton's writing - fun characters and great humor throughout her stories :-)
What was one of the most memorable moments of Steam?
Brodey pushing the bad guy off the cliff, with the guy's scream echoing on the way down, then hearing the same bad guy's angry screech moments later after he shifts into cockatrice form as Brodey tries to free Lina. Funny and heart pounding at the same time!
What about Veronica Heart’s performance did you like?
I like how she does different character voices - male and female. Ms. Heart has improved a lot over time - sometimes as the narrator's voice, she's sometimes alittle too stoic but definitely better at not hanging onto words like she used to in the past. But character voices are always well acted.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
By Cecilia on 08-16-16
Pre-prequel to 'Fire and Ice' in series
Ok, I get it now. This is the 'prequel' to Fire and Ice in the Triple Trouble series - which is also called a 'prequel'. But the real start to the characters and the series is a short story called 'Boiling Point' in a volume called Tasty Treats volume 3 - that's not in audio (at least not yet) but in ebook and print form off of Amazon.
But this still gives you background as to how the characters came together without having to read Boiling Point first. Though it would have been nice if the author had done only one 'prequel' instead of three, and numbered the rest of the series accordingly.
Either way, the stories are entertaining though.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful