The Nash family has a legacy - no females are ever born into the family, and all of the men are Whisperers. And their ability to charm doesn't stop with horses. No, indeed, women are drawn to them like the proverbial bees to honey. They're simply irresistible.
There's just one catch. There's a curse on the family, one that makes a Nash man's chance at happily ever after slim to none.
At least until now. Join Jed, Jake and Jesse as they discover that there are things in this world stronger than curses and that, despite the fact that they are not looking for love, love just might find them.
©2015 Syneca Featherstone (P)2015 Syneca Featherstone
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"This was hard to stick with sometimes."
I was given this audio book set free in exchange for an honest review. These books had chiseled cowboys, horses, sexy women, hot sex, family, romance and mystery. What could there be to not like? Enter the paranormal. I was fine with the horse whisperers, I was even okay that some of the women had "special powers". I found it hard to accept that the three sisters all had special powers when one of them had been adopted. Then another family is brought in and low and behold...special powers! Some of the relationships just sprang up like a puff of smoke--way too fast to be believable. At times I really was invested in the story, but at other times I just wanted it to be over.
The narration by Kevin Clay was very good. A few of the voices I didn't like very much, but there were A LOT of characters in this book. There were at least nine. Kudos to him for even being able to come up with that many different sounding voices. I would definitely listen to other performances by him.
"Cowboys, suspense and romance!"
--I was given this audiobook in exchange for an honest review
Cowboys...what more do I have to say? Romance, suspense, chemistry, paranormal powers, this three book set has a little of everything...especially cowboys! In all seriousness, this trilogy was extremely fun to listen to. Starting off with Jed and Mik(my favorite couple), the chemistry was great. Loved the intensity, stubbornness, stupidity and love that Jed put forth. Moving to Jake and Teddy...in this story, Teddy was my favorite. Very relatable, could see real life in this character and loved how she was looking out for everyone while watching her own life falter. Last with Carly and Jesse...I loved both these characters. Coming together, realizing that they were meant to be while dealing with all kinds of turmoil. I have to say, the supporting characters of Dalton and Henrietta, even Deidre were amazing. Loved Henrietta the best, very wise and kept us guessing her role in the whole trilogy the entire time. This set of books definitely was wonderful.
Kevin Clay, a perfect fit for this set. His accents for the southern droll, female voices(which many men do not do well) were spot on for them and just love his voice. Definite listen for those that love cowboys, suspense and romance!
"An exciting paranormal / fae read..."
I received this audio book as a gift in exchange for a honest and unbiased review. This is a set of 3 book in a series total. I found the set fun and exciting and even a bit dangerous (suspense). This is a paranormal Fae read. I loved how the ladies teamed up with the Whisperers to solve a huge mystery. Who has been sabotaging everything on their ranch. Who poisoned the water and killed the livestock? Definitely a unforgettable turn of event with more twists and turns in it that a freeway.
The author, Ciana Stone did a great job on this series. The plot is excellent. It is exciting and scary and romantically hot even! The narrator, Kevin Clay did a superb job in his delivery of this series to us. With his accents and multiple voices, his reading is very believable and entertaining too! Kudos to you both for a fine job! This book was so good, I read it straight thru today! I started it this morning and now it is almost midnight!
A bit unbelievable and sort of hokey. Narrator was good. For 1 credit was okay.
"It's not You, It's Me?"
2 stars - It was OK
Narration - Kevin Clay - Pretty good
The stories? Hmmm.
These three books cover the stories of three sisters and three brothers as they meet and face several dangers.
The stories are pretty basic and simply written, but they contain just about every element you have ever seen in every romance novel you've ever read all smashed into this one little series.
In the prologue, we are given hints of what's to come, perhaps a curse?
As our first couple meets and are experiencing insta-love, it's during their first round of sex that we learn this is a paranormal romance. So that was a little weird to me, no explanation really of these paranormal abilities or variations to the world that they live in because of these abilities-or other's of their kind. It just happens to be these three brothers, and then these three sisters (even though one of them is adopted) who seem to have these paranormal traits.
When they have their required argument and temporary break-up. He calls her a - I think it was Lying B**ch! I had two problems with that. First that their paranormal abilities allow them to feel and connect with the other in a way that he would easily be able to tell whether she was "playing him" and two that calling any woman a B**ch of any kind did not seem to be a part of his character. In each of the books, there are moments like these where one or the other flips out over very minor transgressions.
There is also the obligatory injuring and hospitalization of one of the main characters and in comes another family that happens to be fae.
I don't know, maybe this is a case of it's me, not you, because I see other ratings that are pretty high for these books, but they seemed a little too "beginner" for me.
The narrator has a great and pleasant voice, but he's dealt a ton of characters in this trilogy so that's hard for anyone. If I had to choose the high point for these stories, it would be the narration. I enjoyed listening to Kevin and his voice is probably what kept this from going into the DNF pile.
I received a copy of this audiobook free of charge from audiobookblast in exchange for an unbiased review
"Ranching is for love"
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I really enjoyed this series.. It was not too fast or too slow and didnt struggle through any of it. Set on a ranch it was a easy love story with the usual troubles but I have to say there was a few surprises of who ended up with whom. I may read this one again .....and I usually don't read books more than once.
"Western romance meets paranormal powers"
Relationships move very fast, which is understandable for such short books. It’s a nice change from a slow drown out relationship.
Jake, when Teddy’s mistaken about what happed to her sister he doesn’t hold it agents her.
Yes I would reccomend this to a friend. Has everything. Romance, paranormal, and mystery.
Three books in one. Awesome!
Jake and Teddy where my favorite characters. They both had to learn to listen to their hearts to know how much they loved each other.
I loved when Teddy holds the necklace and find out what happens to
Nothing is secret.
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"GOOD STORY AWFUL NARRATION"
Not at all what I expected. I was really surprised I liked the books.I don't normally read western romances. However the paranormal aspect pulled me in. Full of romance, steamy sex, cowboys, curses, ghosts and some magic. All three books were good reads. An exciting ride through a mixture of suspense, romance and a bit of the paranormal. These were all well thought out stories with some strong characters. But there were a lot of typos in the book that did get annoying after a while.
I found the narrator to sounded like he was very bored. The characters were different sounding and you could easily tell the difference of who was speaking. However they were annoying sounding. I didn't like the sound of them at all.
*****Received this via audiobookblast in exchange for an unbiased review. ****
"Contains Paranormal Themes Not In Summary"
I was turned off by the ghosts and 'healing' paranormal parts, but it could not be written -and make sense- without them. I was in too deep to stop listening when the PNR started so I kept listening!
I enjoyed the interaction of the characters and descriptions of ranch life.
His voice is SO smooth! The men sounded like REAL manly men -and surprisingly- the ladies sounded like ladies.
Notes: Descriptions of sex.
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