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I have been a Karina Halle fan since "The Pact" and have loved every installment in her McGregor series. This book did not disappoint! I was impressed with the way she let us in to Jessica's mind and feel the horror of living through an act of terror in the streets of London. I am happy to report that Jessica is a firecracker and not a loathsome "woe is me" character. Keir McGregor is damaged as well, and both of them are strong characters that push through and live each day with their baggage from the past. The chemistry between the two was great from the start! Their growing attraction for each other was believable and natural. Unlike many other romance books, this did not feel forced.
Lidia Dornet does a fantastic job of narrating both Jessica's voice as well as the Scottish brogue of the other characters. Antony Ferguson's voice is rich and deep and very swoon-worthy! Admittedly, as a voice actor, I believe he could do better when narrating the female voice - it comes across a bit too high and with a strange somewhat southern accent. Regardless, I could listen to these two all day.
I love the McGregor series, these men are fantastic book boyfriends. This one was tragically beautiful. Although it was a bit predictable, I enjoyed the story being told. I'm not going to say that I loved this on but It was very memorable. It's interesting to see how two people can be drawn together under the most unfortunate circumstances. I'm wondering how far the author will go with this series, It's so far removed from the Pact that I have a hard time remember that it started there.
I love Lidia dornet, she is one of my favorites. Anthony Ferguson is ok, I prefer Shaun Grindell's McGregor performance in the pact.
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