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Would you listen to Wicked Ride again? Why?
Yes, I would listed to Wicked Ride again. I love the worlds Rebecca Zanetti creates. She also has a wonderful knack for writing deliciously alpha heroes. Her heroes always tend to come off overbearing and overprotective but at the same time are able to support their heroines' goals and ambitions.
What other book might you compare Wicked Ride to and why?
This series, The Realm Enforcers, is a spin off series to the Dark Protectors by Rebecca Zanetti. In the Dark Protectors Series, the alpha heroes were vampires. The first book is Fated. I also recommend Zanetti's Sin Brothers Series. It is more of a contemporary romance or romantic suspense series. The first book in the series is Forgoten Sins. Both series are available on Audible. I have listed to both and I highly recommend them.
Which character – as performed by Brock Thompson – was your favorite?
I loved (hero's) Kellach's Irish Brogue.
Any additional comments?
Warning: this is NOT a MC (motorcycle club) romance book. This is a PARANORMAL ROMANCE. The characters in this book are undercover in a motercycle club to search for the dealer of a deadly drug killing witches. Please do not read if you are looking for a mc romance. This book is filled with action and suspense. It has lots of steamy romance. The hero is alphaliciously hot! I highly recommend it!!! The hero in this particular book is a humorous, sexy witch. The heroine is a human detective. When the two meet, heat combusts. This book received four stars instead of five because I found the heroine's resistance to trust the hero irritating.
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Any additional comments?
I loved this. It's a great "good guy in bad boy clothes" kind of story where opposites attract, old and modern. I just wish it had a bit fewer sex scenes and more action. Sure, it's a romance, so expect at least a few of those, but it seemed like every 3rd scene turns lusty. Oh well. This is, so far, the only series I've decided to continue with the sequel (even before hearing the free preview chapter of Book 2).
My favorite quote in the whole book is:
"That Irish brogue should be bottled up and sold to lonely women everywhere." Brilliant!
Brock Thompson's performance is straightforward, with just a hint of sarcasm at times, which I felt fit the story's diction well. He has just the right amount of emotion and inflection. Voices are distinct and easily differentiated, and the Dublin brogue is well-done. There were no issues with production.
I am also a narrator. I purchased this audiobook with a credit.
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