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From chapter 1, I was hooked. I thought this would be a typical erotic/romance book but it was so much more. The characters were incredibly likable, the story was captivating and the writing was great. The only bad thing for me is I WANT THE NEXT BOOK RIGHT NOW! I'll be patiently waiting for more books in the series. Highly Recommended!!!
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Would you consider the audio edition of Storm Damages to be better than the print version?
I've read Storm Damages in the kindle edition and just HAD to listen to it once I found out it was in audio book. The experience was awesome. Not only is Elizabeth & Gabriel's roller-coaster love story stellar, but the narrator's interpretation of the characters held me spellbound. I especially loved the sound effects. Like if Gabriel was talking to Elizabeth on the phone, her would sound a bit distant and crackly. If they were at a cocktail party, there were sounds of clinking glasses and socializing in the background. I'd never heard such details in an audio book before and found they set the mood and put me deeply in the story.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I loved Gabriel's character. The narrator really captured his arrogance and hidden vulnerability.
What does Anthony LeRoy Lovato bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
It was a pleasure to listen to Lovato's narration. Hearing the characters voiced just put a smile on my face while I was listening.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I enjoyed this story when I read it, listening was just as good.
The sound effects really enhanced the whole story.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
The worst thing about this book is the American narrator trying and failing to sound British! I don't understand why an American female and British mail narrators weren't used as this is totally spoil the book for me and I couldn't take it seriously. Being British, we really don't talk like that. The storyline is good if not a little frustrating. There is very little gap left between each chapter and sometimes I find the narration spoken to quickly.