Narrator: Chandra Skyye
Length: 7 hrs 56 mins
Series: , , ,
Published by Tantor Audio on 7/4/17
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Werewolves exist. Shocking, I know, but not as shocking as the way I want to jump the super hot wolfman that walks in to my office.
Tall, Dark, and Furry has got a problem with authority. He's also batshit crazy. Pity, because nutjobs automatically make my do-not-date list.
On that same list is Anthony, the too-hot-for-his-suits district attorney. Instead of dismantling my cases, why can't he destroy my bra?
As if having the virile attention of a werewolf and a panty-creaming lawyer isn't enough, something is killing people. Witches, to be more exact. Rumor says it's a demon.
I might need a bigger cross - and a king sized bed.
***Formerly known as Two's A Couple, Three's a Menage
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I am trying to pinpoint what it is about the Eve Langlais books I have listened to fall flat for me. Maybe it is the great reviews that I see for most of this authors books. This one might have helped had I read the synopsis I would have understood better the plot and what areas will have higher priorities.
Chloe Bailey is one of our main characters. She lives in a world where there are far fewer women than men. Relationships are encouraged to have more than one partner. Chloe doesn’t want that kind of life, in fact, she’s fed up with committed relationships completely. Then she has encounters with the werewolf Pete, and her enemy of the courtroom Anthony. So now she is not only being pulled into a menage situation against her own rules, but she’s also doing it with supernaturals.
I want to say that half of the book, maybe even more than that, concentrate completely on the trio and their relationship. It was interesting for awhile, until I got tired of Chloe’s fight against what she wants from their relationship.
I went into this book expecting a mystery that was as involved as the romance. Evening my two favorite parts out a little bit. Unfortunately the action only played a very small part in Indecent Werewolf Exposure and was over before I knew it. Then we go back to Chloe trying to figure out her life with the two men in it. Don’t get me wrong, I love my romances, but I also love getting conflict and action. Indecent Werewolf Exposure left me wanting more of the witch killing plot. When everyone finally confronts the trio, I felt like it was more to show Chloe what she was getting into with her two “fuck friends”. So the book ended up being primarily about the three main character’s love lives instead of paying any time and attention to the whole witch killing crime.
Chandra Skyye’s attempt at the narration for this story I felt could only be considered average. Her male voices were over exaggerated. Especially her tone for Pete the werewolf. She took the gruff, masculine werewolf voice and made it sound way too deep. Sometimes I could barely hear what he was saying. The narration was a bit of a disappointment for me.
If you prefer your reads to concentrate on the romance alone, then Indecent Werewolf Exposure would work pretty well for you. I just prefer to have more action and mystery to my PNR & UF.
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