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Posted March 18, 2014
## BAD. I got about half way through and just couldn't take it anymore. The writing was awful, the dialogue extremely juvenile and the romance was non-existent. There was absolutley no chemistry between the hero and heroine. Zilch. The heroine sounded so amazing in the synopsis. NOT. After she finds out that the hero only dated her for his job, she became such a doormat. He lied about who he was, not to mention everything else and they just stood around making jokes about it. She asks him questions about it and he just "chuckles" and avoids them. She just lets him steamroll right over her. Ugh. Where is the bad-ass Army chick with the Kung Fu moves? She just magically disappeared. I'm mad I wasted my time on this drivel.
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Posted August 17, 2014
My Thoughts - 4 out of 5 Unicorns - I really liked it!!!
***Received a free code from the author to get an audiobook for an honest review
The cover is steamy and definitely draws the eye.
Okay, I think there are two aspects to look at for this review: the book and the audio.
I have been in a classroom where an audiobook was being played, but this is the first time I listened to a whole audiobook. For me, I liked that I could hear my book while I drove to and from work, so I was multi-tasking which is a great thing for me. I don’t know if I love the person reading the book though. I think I am going to have to listen to a few more audiobooks before I figure out what I really think because one isn’t enough to figure it out. I also have to start sticking to YA appropriate audiobooks in the car because my 13 year old son will also be in the car starting tomorrow. Please remember with audiobooks that you need to think about who else can hear your book before you start listening to it.
As usual, Terry Spear has another action packed story. Her descriptions are always awesome, so you can imagine everything happening as you go through the story. This story was so much better than I’d imagined which was idiotic of me because I should have known with Terry’s name on it that it would be awesome. But I was leery because it wasn’t one of my shifter books, they are my favorite. :)
Deidre is a fantastic character. I love how she handles herself and everything life throws her way including her visions. I really liked Dave as a character. Deidre’s brother and Dave’s co-workers added plenty of humor in the midst of all the action.
I will always reador listen to books by Terry Spear but especially her shifter books because they are favorites. I do have some of her YA audiobooks and will start listening to one tomorrow :)
Posted April 2, 2014
Oh my! Gripping suspense... Non-stop action ... Sizzling HOT romance.... Numerous intriguing settings... Great Twists... and a Happy-Ever-After Ending that was absolutely awe-inspiring cool! I LOVE Terry's books and Bound by Danger certainly did NOT disappoint! I'd take a breath as one catastrophe was averted and then held that same breath as another one ensued!
Please know that I listened to the audiobook version of this book. The dialogue was polished and well-spoken and I had no trouble at all following the story. The main and supporting characters were all engaging. The story grabs you from the first few spoken words and doesn't let go until the epilogue wraps it up.
Deidre and Dave were our heroine and hero. Deidre was shy, an army officer with martial arts training, with a gift that she did not share out of her family. Her relationships had never gone anywhere as the strings pursuant to her gift would require a special person - one that Deidre didn't think existed. Dave was an FBI man, a former military. He was assigned to protect Deidre and her brother after they were targeted to die by an unknown party. He was all business and had never gotten emotionally involved in his cases... until he met Deidre.
I listened to this while running and forgot I was running. I gardened more than I'd gardened in a while... I just got carried away in the story.
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