In the year 2059, the best part of Ellie MacIntyre's day is her morning coffee and it's all downhill from there. When a talking dog and cat enlist her aid in finding their missing brother, everything she ever knew about the universe is knocked on its keister by a six foot warrior with smoldering dark eyes.
Betrayed by those closest to him, Prince Brennigan was banished to the universal Hotel California, the penal colony called Earth. The only way to escape this fate worse than death is to befriend a portal-maker, a sorci who can open a gateway through time and space and return him to his home planet. Getting along with the magically inclined is not his forte - magic is the prevalent fungus at the root of his problems.
Now the hope for his people, and his heart, lies with Ellie. Can Ellie best an evil sorceress and win the heart of her space prince before this medieval times space opera's final curtain?
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"Lookout,Tail In a knot"
Yes, great funny dialogue. Very refreshing & a fun listen. I have not heard a story that has this an inventive & cleaver dialogue in a long time. If you listen to fantasy or sci-fi, then you may have more exposure. This is not a bodice ripper, but a cleaverely told story of magic. If you are looking for hot romance, this is not it. More of an antiscipation of it.
Cleaver use of imagination with a lot of fun penciled in. Characters like "Snark" are fun and there are muiltiple other characters to add to the story
Yes plenty! She has so many AKA names, Sophie Eastlake, but she reads faster as Erin Mallon and this name. Her faster reads are much better. Her male voice could be deeper, but she knows how to give a sexy inflection to her male voices, so you do not mind.
So much laughter, but you must be in the mood to listen and get it. The dialogue is distilled and fast past.
I have not purchased more of this author but have them in my wish list.
- Karen "Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me."