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Would you consider the audio edition of Jared to be better than the print version?
AS I HAVE NO PRINT I CANNOT SAY
What other book might you compare Jared to, and why?
BOOK 1 IS BETTER THAN BOOK 2 AND 3
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
THIS BOOK COULD BE LISTENED TO IN A COUP[LE AFTERNOONS
Loved the story, but the narrator was bloody awful. Frustrated that the rest aren't available.
Two books into a series of 7 (+1 in the making) of The Protectors series & I am totally addicted. Teresa Gabelman hit a "home run" with this series. Jeffrey Kafer [the narrator] worked this book. I'm greedy in anticipation for the remainder of this series. I thought that Damien & Nicole's story was exciting but Jared & Tessa built on the series like a great musical piece and blew me away! The anticipation of book 3 [Duncan & Pam's story] is painful. I NEED to know what happens next! Yes, I could read all of the series now, but, as I said, Jeffrey Kafer really makes this series come to life even more than just reading it. So, I want to listen to it.
Each book builds on the previous one & includes the prior book's characters. I am totally invested. I loved the ending of book 2 and anticipate the others. All those characters have a story [just from what is written in the first 2] & it's killing me that I can't listen to them NOW. I am not good with waiting...the frustration is building
These are not teen or YA books, yet they aren't vulgar. It is a love story with the excitement of the Vampire Council Warrior's ongoing battle with the rogue half-breeds. There is betrayal from those least expected & help from others who were thought to be enemies. The books will keep the attention of people of all ages who love a good paranormal story.
There is sexual excitement/tension between the lovers & a good plot that keeps you attuned to each word said. These are the type of books that I have waited for. Thankfully, they didn't go overboard with the "50 Shades junk" & actually had a story to tell with enough sexual tension to keep it believable for a romance & paranormal book.
I NEED to know what is happening in all the other character's lives. Although, I got a HEA on Jared & Tessa there is danger surrounding some of the other characters that needs to be resolved.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I loved, loved, loved absolutely everything about this second instalment into The Protectors series about a group of very Alpha Vampire males and the trouble they find themselves caught up in. It reminds me of my absolute favorite vampire series..... J R Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood, no it's not quite as good but it's still early days into this series. However, there's the same witty banter, the same 'brotherhood' feeling, the same 'they'll do anything to protect their mate' and, of course, they're all sexy, hunky and 'take no sh*t' Vampires.
This books starts where the last one left off.... Chad is being interrogated by The Protectors as they're sure he holds the answers to many of their who and why questions but the trouble is Damon just wants to rip his head off for endangering his mate Nicole (story in book 1). The trouble comes when bar worker Tessa, who would do anything for her brother who has been viciously turned into a half-breed against his will, along with many other teenagers, and they think Chad knows who did it. So they cleverly, efficiently and successfully storm the compound to steal Chad from under the very noses of the Warriors...... which annoys, intrigues, fascinates and amuses the Hell out of Jared, along with the red headed beauty who carried it out.
Various POV's all brilliantly done by the sexy deep voice of Jeffry Kafer who made the book come alive.
Worth a credit? Strong willed Heroine and a love-love-loveable charming Hero who had great chemistry between them and funny witty and sexy interactions, good secondary characters and an action-packed continuation of the storyline that has twists, surprises and heartwarming romantic scenes makes this a 'straight through' listen as I just couldn't stop listening. So creditworthy.... you bet!
5 of 9 people found this review helpful