A curvy young woman sets out into the wilderness to become the mate of an alpha werewolf. Trouble is, her new pack has two alphas. Both males are very different, but they have one thing in common: they're each determined to sire her children!
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Great Bedtime Story!
Yes, it is a story I have read and re-read many times but it is quite long. That is why I chose to purchase it on audible. The performance by Quinn Bernard is pretty decent, the characters are recognisable from the 'voices' Quinn does. Caim is done well, but at times I am not so sure about Ashe. Sometimes I feel his tone is too flippant. Overall though I enjoyed listening to this book very much. Can't lie though, I really hated the french accent Quinn did. When I first started listening I had forgotten about the excerpts from the book Milla brought with her was a part of the book. I nearly returned it until I remembered.
I am not sure I have a favourite character. There was no one that stood out to me in this book as someone I loved hearing about, although thinking about it the one I liked the most would be Caim. I liked his brutal honesty and, at times, his emotional ignorance. I liked how he never changed to suit anyone but himself.
The scene I enjoyed most was just after Milla's pregnancy was confirmed and Milla asked Caim if he would stay with her until she fell asleep, after saying no- in a roundabout way while not really saying it, he agreed to be there when she woke up. I like little intimacies like that.
No, it didn't make me cry. I laughed a few times; Caim's reactions to various things, such as Dawn not kicking him when she was in Milla's stomach was quite entertaining.
This book didn't really have many cliff-hangers out moments when I was on the edge of my seat but I think, in a way, thats why I liked it so much. It was realistic while obviously being fantasy. I would definitely listen to it again.