A SimplyShifters.com original production....
In a future world that is ruled by dragon shifters, fertile women are scarce. They are so scarce that women capable of having children are now often cryogenically frozen for centuries in order to help future generations reproduce.
Curvy Vivian Mason was one of those women who was frozen hundreds of years ago, and now it is time for her to be melted.
Dragon Commander Jackson Wallace is in urgent need of an heir, and he demands that Vivian is melted and awakened in order to produce one for him.
Now, with no memory of how she even got there, Vivian has no choice but to go along with whatever her new mate demands - no matter how bad, rough, or naughty it might seem.
Can Vivian produce the baby dragon that Jackson so demands? And what might happen when she finally remembers who she was before she was melted?
©2015 SimplyShifters.com (P)2015 SimplyShifters.com
I am sure she is a very nice person, but reading books may not be the profession for her.
Its not the worst book ever, just unimaginative.
"Snow White or Barbie?"
The narrator! Not the nartator herself but the main characters voice. When Danielle used her own voice it wasn't bad but the main character sounded weak and whiney.
David Brenin is my favorite but Tillie Hooper would have done a good job.it wasn't that Michelle Brown was horrible she just needed some direction.
I didn't get that far.
I actually really like this series and was excited to listen to the book. I tried to get over the bad narration but it was like nails on a chalk board!
"Need a new Narrator"
If I did not purchase this audible book I would have turned it off. The plot is the reason I purchased this book but the readers were horrible. The heroin sounded like a ten year old. The male character was just barely acceptable. The two characters getting romantic had me fast forwarding to the end of scene. Please hired better readers so I can enjoy your books.
"Avid audio book listener. Tomah, WI."
I enjoy Amira Rains stories a lot, that being said the narration was terrible. Absolutely terrible.
Very creative storyline. Characters were interesting but not intense. The narration had several misses and errors that were not deleted but this did not detract from the story for me.
"Story was great, but the narrator needs work."
The story was great, but the narrator was not good.
The narrator was not good. She keep repeating sentences and her voice was a little grinding in your ears.
"Could not make it past chapter 7."
A less juvenile story line. Really??? This must have been put in the wrong section. The conversations sounded like young teenagers attempting to be adults. UGH!
Sounds like a little girl.Grated on my nerves.
Do not waste money or time.
"A Unfortunately dry but o.k shifter (anglo) story."
Set over 300 years into the future. This story does NOT mention ANY other races other than anglo people that are human and shifters. Lead female was frozen due to human race decreasing from a nuclear accident which also created males to become shifters (dragon mostly) The good dragon shifters can age and die but, need to breed. But, the bad dragon shifters can live forever. The lead female voice actor's voice was too high is seemed to mimic a betty boop character. And the voice characters kept repeating phrases. I assume the repeats didn't get edited out. AGAIN No diversity BUT the sex scenes were NOT graphic.So, It was an "O.K." story.. Flip a coin on if it would be worth a credit or purchase..
This book missed everywhere, first the narrator's voice was just terrible. You are supposed to be listening to a 20 to 30 something heroine but she "sounds" like she is 14 or 15 and honestly, acts way to innocent for my tastes.
The book was laid out poorly, poorly written and imo had very little character depth. I honestly wanted to put my head through a wall it was just that bad. Asking for refund.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.