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Would you listen to Three Hours again? Why?
Yes. I probably will. This has to be my favorite story of Dannika's to date. It was so perfect it hurt. I laughed, I cried, I gasped, eeked, and awwwed. And in the last chapter I did all of those things. I never expected to love this one as much as I did.
The beginning did start out pretty slow with a lot of updates on everyone we've already come to love in the past books. But man when this one gets rolling you get sucked right in. So much is answered and clicks neatly into place.
Another thing I love is the relationships and characters in this story. The interactions are so realistic (for fiction). There is a certain grittiness and a contrasting warmth throughout this whole story that makes this family feel like you could now them in real life. But Dannika perfectly masters that with her pretty amazing world of fantasy that makes us all read this genera of fiction. Not to mention the friction going on between Naya and Wheeler. Jeez, they are now in my top 5 favorite fiction couples. Together they are explosive. They are the perfect mix of friction & tenderness, rough edges & loving companion, cat & dog, and they are freaking hot when they're together. To actually have a male H give up actual control and enjoy it while the female h is the one taking over. All this while he still maintains his alpha manliness. Keeping in mind Wheeler is a misunderstood tatted bad boy, with brains, bronze, and a heart of gold. You can swoon now. XD
I will note I hate Ben. I can understand psychologically why he did what he did, but I still hate him. I hope he grows and can earn back his families trust but what he did.... Lol, yes this is exactly what makes this a fantastic story.
I will now tell you to go read this story and stop wasting time reading reviews wondering if this listen is worth a credit. It is. Hands down, it has rave reviews I've read them. Now go my fellow Audiblites and download this great listen! You won't regret it!
Have you listened to any of Nicole Poole’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Compared to the other books in this series I think Nicole's performance in the book was purrrr-fect (lol, couldn't help myself). Her voice just seemed perfect for Naya. The way she read her was just right. I can't imagine Naya sounding any other way. Besides that she made me loose myself in the story, and IMHO that is the mark of a great narrator. End of story.
Any additional comments?
I am dying to hear Maizy and Trevor's stories!!! I want them to have their happily ever afters! After this rocking story the anticipation may just kill me. So many mixed messages going on in this book in regards to both of them. Sigh.... Please keep up the fantastic work Dannika, you now have me completely hooked, and waiting (somewhat) patiently for the next story to come out.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
I don't want to give away any information on this book other than to let you know that it's a worth read. I enjoyed the action the love story and are looking forward to the next book in the series.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
Would you consider the audio edition of Three Hours to be better than the print version?
Totally, thanks to the awesome voiceover.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Three Hours?
The sofa in Naya's apartment.
Which character – as performed by Nicole Poole – was your favourite?
Wow, stunning performance.
Any additional comments?
Naya, in a previous book, kissed Wheeler, but only to show him what he was missing but could never have. Ever since that kiss I’ve been waiting for something to happen between the pair because that small piece of foreshadowing had me hooked. Wheeler is portrayed as the bad guy, but I had the feeling he would be full of passion and deep, dark secrets; I was not wrong.
Naya is a seductive, smouldering woman of the feline persuasion and not a gentle kitty at that. Her animal is ferocious and feared by all. This book has the femme fatale holding all the cards and Wheeler must fall. A deliciously romantic instalment from a fabulous series.
Each time I finish the book, I think, the next won't be as good, but it sure is. It's great finding out what's happening to the other characters in the book and learning more about others we've not heard so much about yet. This is the turn of the twins but Wheeler in particular as we follow Nya. Nicole Poole is perfect for theses books nailing different voices and bringing so much to the narration it's like there are numerous people telling the story. Interesting and exciting storyline and as always at least a few laugh out loud moments of humour as with the previous books in the series (not too good if your listening in public!) I throughly recommend all the series but this was fabulous and was nice to see girl power in action so the boys didn't take all the glory!
I really love the series so far which comes to life through the narrator. Keep up the good work.
I was afraid this one was going to be as predictable as the last two, so was pleasantly surprised when it took a turn for the better, casting out the usual self doubt & blindness to the other person's love, and instead cutting straight to the chase.
My one regret is that I think this could have easily lead to another crossover with the Mageri crew. In this regard alone, I think it was sadly predictable. Right at the beginning, Reno suspects cage fighting and behold: that's what it turned out to be. It could have been more interesting if it had turned out to be another attempt at cross breeding, since we left the Mageri crew suspecting there was someone pulling strings above Nero.
There were a few times when I felt the narration was slightly disjointed. Nicole Poole does a wonderful job, as always (although her 11yo Maisey needs a little improvement - Nicole still portrays her as a six year-old) but I think the editor may not have left enough gaps between some paragraphs to indicate passage of time/a new scene.