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By 🔹🔹🔹CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹 on 08-02-2014
THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER
GS has delivered yet another well-written, complex, fast-paced, enjoyable, fantastical futuristic story where the World now consists of Humans and Otherworlders reluctantly co-existing and it's up to the Alien Invention & Removal (A.I.R.) team to keep all the aliens from causing murder and chaos. All you can do with these books is climb aboard, buckle up, hold on and wait for all the mind-blowing G force action to begin.
Bride is a beautiful kick-ass Vampire who's been living amongst mankind believing she's the only Vampire in existence and the only way she can learn anything about her species is from books and films - but how wrong she was. She grew up on the Streets with only one Shape shifter friend who was lost from her for years when suddenly she smells her and frantically gives chase only for it to end in the strong arms of Devyn.
Multi-layered King of the Targons, Devyn's rich, drool-worthy, arrogant, sexy and believes he's God's gift to women and never needs to bed the same woman twice, he likes to bed different species and they all just fall panting at his feet, that is until Bride comes along. He flirts and teases however Bride just wants to know where he got her friend's scent from but he refuses to tell her and this starts a chain of events that will alter everything in their lives. They each battle the attraction and bond that's forming but reluctantly and eventually they give in to it but there's someone waiting with a different destiny in mind for Bride.
As expected, there's instant sexual attraction, romance, passion, sex, action, witty banter, great dialogue, danger, twists, suspense, interesting secondary plot and characters. Thankfully, Devyn's heartbreaking childhood and character development together with his loyal, funny, loving personality will make him a very loveable Hero in the end.
Worth a credit? This a great love story wrapped up in a very entertaining and exciting story with sub plots and the HEA is the bow on top - so YES it's creditworthy but as it was under $10 my 'just buy it and save the credit for a more expensive book' applied. As GS takes the trouble to weave in the who, what's and why's of the A.I.R team then this could be a stand-alone listen but be warned, if you're a PNR lover, I'm sure you'll end up wanting to hear books 1-3 after it.
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By angela on 13-02-2014
Kept me listening.
Would you try another book from Gena Showalter and/or Justine Eyre?
I have read many of her books.
What could Gena Showalter have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
How could the performance have been better?
I really like Justine Eyre's performances. I have read other reviewers who do not care for her, but I am always happy when I see that it is her. I feel like a narrator makes all the difference in how I enjoy a book too. There have been many that I have not been able to finish because of the narrator.
Any additional comments?
I have read and listened to it seems like a zillion books. At this point, many times I skip through portions of most books I listen to, but I had no desire to skip any portion of this book. It was just the right amt of everything.