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It was a really sweet and kind story, my only problem was that it took me a while to get used to the narrator's accent she was making for the foreigner's characters
That and the pacing from their thoughts, I like a good suspense, but having too much time devoted to their thoughts whilst in conversation made me want to fast forward
I don't know if I can curse here but here we go:
The first story: the dude is a dickhead and even though he went through all of what he went through, that doesn't mean he should have acted like that and the woman...well she was a stereotypical "bookish" girl that for some reason thought that she had to have the guy as a reward as if people are just things you could gain. At the end of the story I was so bored out of my mind from their ridiculous bullcrap they did to each other that I didn't care about what happened at all, I just wanted to be over, actually, I was begging to be over.
The narrator was great though, she was very nice and concise, she was the only thing that kept me going
The second story: it was very nice and sweet even though I loved the story overall I thought the guy should have suffered more before the end
The narrator was a bit spaced out throughout the story but it was nice
I absolutely loved this book and all the books from the series, I want to say one more time that the narrator is amazing and he deserves more than 5 stars of rating
This book isn't the hottest of the 4 but is a very sweet one for sure
The author has outdone herself with this book from the series, I haven't read the 4th one but still the hottest and sweetest story of them all
The wolf has 2 children and often I feel as the author doesn't know how to put the love story of a widowed father and someone else, but this one is so well done that I didn't even notice the story flowing
Also if I could I'd give a bigger rating for the narration because God knows how good he is that I don't even have words to describe
Definitely recommend this book and the others from the series
The first story is simply amazing, I love this series and Sev's one is no different, and of course the narration is impeccable
The second story: the begining is problematic as the reader doesn't have any way of knowing who is the cold one in the relationship and who is supposed to be angry at who. I didn't like it, even though I liked the narration the rest was not to my liking
This one is one of the sweetest and cutest stories ever, I loved it, kinda refreshing that they had it going faster than you can say sabotage
I'd advise reading all three of them from this series
The narration is also perfect, although it isn't the same as the one from Nikolai's story it was awesome
I absolutely adored the first story. Sweet, kind and narrated to perfection
The second story was the sweetest too but it has some troubling comments about consent that even though they come from a supposed unknowing character still shouldn't be said it like that. Now the narrator, this dude is perfect no complaints about him whatsoever, just perfect
Both stories wrapped up nicely but still made me crave for an epilogue that didn't have, which was sad
I absolutely loved both stories
The Ravensdale's tales are amazing and this one takes the cake for me. So sweet, tender, confusing and lovely. Fell in love instantly for the characters and it's one of the my most prized purchases.
Their narrations were flawless with just a side note for the second story that she seemed to "yell" during some of the lines and made me startle a bit, that's it
The first story was one of the sweetest things I've ever read and was performed wonderfully.
The second story was also very nice but I didn't quite enjoy it's narrator.
Also it stroke me as a bit underwhelming that they didn't have epilogues
The story: Even though I liked other books by Lynne Graham I absolutely do not recommend this one. The characters lack likeness (how am I supposed to cheer for the couple when I cannot find a single likable trait) and they seem to be way too engulfed in their thoughts and too much time spent overthinking everything when we should have a dialogue longer then 2 phrases, what happened with the dialogue? All of the overthinking left me bored and wanting for the story to get into its climax and end the suffering already.
Narrator: overall ok besides the lack of understanding of what are you supposed to be narrating for us. It seemed like I was listening to a fantasy book all the time and not a "love story", using different waaaay "out of character" voices for them was ridiculous. Making weird voices when on "the act" made me cringe to the highest level because it came out of nowhere when the dude was aroused (still cringing). In the end the dude's voice changed accents all the time and that also made me cringe because I couldn't indentify who was talking all the time.
Ps: *spoilers* thinking about your children right before having sex with the hot dude seems a bit of a stretch, how on earth would get turned on like that? Also how am I suppose to believe that they want to be together when they hate each other with all their might?