Lisa: Beautiful, Funny, Sarcastic
Lisa is a snarky witch using humor to navigate her new 'normal'.
Rafe is an alpha male, growling one moment, then grinning the next as he tries to corral his stubborn, defiant witch.
Lisa has no idea that magic actually exists until she is threatened by a powerful dark fae - and until she meets the alpha of the East Texas wolf pack. Rafe is in charge of guarding the pack's magical pond. And, now, he's in charge of guarding Lisa too.
When a seer from the cougar pride has a vision concerning all shifters, Rafe must ask the light fae to help him protect Lisa and the pond from the menace that threatens them all.
Rafe knows Lisa is his mate. Convincing her is another matter.
Her Wolf Creek series are contemporary romance, paranormal, supernatural/fantasy books about werewolves and alphas, witches, Fae, shifters and shapeshifters, mates, druids and wizards. Evil Fae and Good Fae alike. Oh, and a couple of cougar shifters also! Book 2 adds Druids into the mix...
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By Terri F on 08-02-16
Story ok bad narration
The male voices were fine. Sounded different among the male characters however the female voices were horrible especially the lead female. Yuck.
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By erin on 17-02-15
in need of a re-write
Would you try another book from Jo Ellen and/or Jonathan Waters?
Ms Jo Ellen, Please do some research and learn about passive and active voice. Read other books and notice that the reader's interest is held if the author uses dialogue to show the reader what is going on instead of just telling the reader info he or she needs to understand. Notice the use of language and the word choices that make the rhythm of the dialogue believable. not strange or stilted. Consider losing the big sex scene and making this into a YA fantasy lit story. You have some great ideas but your writing style needs work.
How could the performance have been better?
I realize that you believe that costs prohibit the use of two narr. for a single book, but there are soooo few narr. who can do both male and female voices that i am losing patience with audible books. I haven't made it through the last 5 books I've purchased because the winy female voices get on my nerves and destroy the listening experience. Please reconsider your stance on the use of 2 narrators for a book.
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