Through His Eyes

  • by Deborah Camp
  • Narrated by Matt Haynes
  • 10 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Suspense. Murder. Sexy Romance. Paranormal. This series has it all.
Talented narrator Matt Haynes embodies the tortured soul of Levi Wolfe and the kindred spirit of Trudy Tucker perfectly in this quick-moving, exciting, and steamy first novel in the Mind's Eye series.
Psychics Levi Wolfe and Trudy Tucker join forces to help identify a murderer in Key West and stop him. Levi can channel the deceased victims and Trudy can tap into the mind of the killer. As a psychic detective team, they're formidable. As lovers, they discover that they're insatiable.
As they grow closer, Trudy wonders if Levi will ever completely trust her and let her know his heart. Levi struggles with his new, tender feelings toward Trudy and worries that she might be in over her head with him and with the case they're working on.
Because if Trudy can see through the killer's eyes, can the killer see her?

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Great narration, but not for me

I realise I'm the minority when it comes to this book, so you might want to make your own judgement. This was my first book by this author, and I'm sad to admit this book wasn't for me. I loved the idea and trope of the book, but this wasn't what I expected. My main issues with this book was our two main characters, Trudy and Levi, I truly, truly disliked them.

I'm not sure if Deborah was aiming for the ditzy blonde vibe with Trudy, but that's what she comes across as. I mean, she has psychically connected to a brutal serial killer and has seen into his twisted gruesome mind, but her only thoughts is how she'll be able to accomplish anything working with the "Oh so mega hot and swoon worthy" Wolfe. I mean seriously? She's not a teenager... Priorities people, please!

Then we have Levi he was just so chauvinist, condescending and all around know-it-all that it made my toes curl. (And not I a good way). I mean we do live in the 21 century people and women can actually make their own decisions, have their own opinions, and even more shocking - do not need to depend on a man to survive. And I'm going to stop that rant there and spare you the details.

A pet peeve of mine is redundant sex scenes. I really don't mind fade to black. Long sex scenes bore me, especially the ones that are just page fillers. I want my sex to bring the story/characters forward, for it to add something to the story and not just pages and pages of yet another sex scene. But I'm well aware that I'm the minority with this so if you want lots and lots of sex in your book, feel free to ignore me!

Ignoring my issues with the MC's, the overall plot had a lot of promise, it was interesting. But it still lacked something. I was never really and fully engrossed in it, and I can't put my finger on why. The mystery part of it was easy to figure out, but then again most are, so I didn't mind that all that much.

What about the narration? Well, Matt Haynes was very pleasant to listen to. At times he was brilliant and distinguished between the different characters, but other times he narrated them all with the same voice, but overall a narrator I'd happily listen to again and again.
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- Annika

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-08-2017
  • Publisher: Deborah Camp