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Ms Reus gives us yet another fast paced story packed with loads of romance and suspense. We follow two couples who finally get their happy ever after, and to top it off we get to catch up with some much loved Redstone characters.....What more could you want :)
I love Katie Reus’s Red Stone Security series and I’ve read all of them. This one, #15, was probably my favorite. It was good up until almost 50% but then it got sooo exciting. Once Yuri and Dimitri’s goons took over that building and the hiding and killing and making smoke bombs started I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough.
I loved Greyson and Isa, as well as their back stories. And I loved that there was NOT any angst. Also, I liked that there was 2 love stories in this one book. Emerson and Carlito were fantastic and were taken hostage in the same building Greyson and Isa were in. There was never a dull moment.
There was two explicit sex scenes in this book, by the two different couples, and the F-bomb was used 19 times.
As to the narrator: Fantastic! Sophie Eastlake has always been one of my favorite narrators but she seems to be getting better and better with her more recent narrations. Her voices are great and love, love, love her emotions when she reads.
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Lethal Game is book 15 in the Red Stone Security Series by Katie Reus. It was bittersweet listening to this book as it is the last of the series. This book was kind of a two-for-one. You get the main story about Graysen West and Isa Harper but also the secondary story about Detective Carlito Duarte and Emerson Lincoln. Detective Duarte is one of my favorite secondary characters from the Red Stone series so I was glad that he was featured as a side story to the main characters. Graysen and Isa have a shared past. Greyson uses his former employment and the lure of a lucrative job to obtain employment at Red Stone. He does all this in an effort to get close to Isa to try and make amends for things that have happened in the past. The story and plot are solid. The characters and action are believable. The suspense is spot on. I am sad to see this series end as I enjoyed reading the individual stories and how they fit in with each other but I am looking forward to new works from this author.
I listened to this book in the car when travelling. Sophie Eastlake does a great job bringing the characters and their emotions to life. There appeared to be no issues with missing words or pauses. Ms. Eastlake makes you feel what the characters are feeling and brings them to life for you. There does not appear to be any stumbling over words or actions in the telling of the story.
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