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Wretches of the Trench (Part 3) “Scions of the Black Lotus is a series that keeps getting better with each book. Wretches of the Trench was truly fantastic and the stakes have been risen even more for the next books in the series. This book has to be my favorite of the series yet, with great description and action-packed scenes. Sometimes i forget as I’m reading the books that the protagonists are incredibly young and they are experiencing the worst of life at such a young age. In this book, you really can’t forget about it and it’s heartbreaking. The narrator continues to deliver excellent voices for each of the characters and giving them life throughout the book. I’m really excited to see how the story grows in Temptress of Fates.”
White Sheep of the Family (Part 2) “White Sheep of the Family is the second book of the Children of the Black Lotus series. I’ve seen people comment that it can be read as a standalone, but I would really recommend anyone interested in this series to read the books in order. White Sheep of the Family is even better than it’s predecessor. I loved following the point of view of Tian as he and Jie investigated the events that happened in the end of the first book. I truly like how JC Kang writes action scenes; he makes them feel alive and real, like everything is happening in my mind like a movie as I listen thanks to his way of describing. The narrator is fantastic for this story too.”
One Weekend With My Best Friend’s Father “This is like the there-was-only-one-bed trope but with a sleeping bag in the middle of a hiking trip and wowzies, am I here for it. Still there were some occasions when Becky’s thoughts were so weird they took some of my enjoyment of the story. This was short but spicy and almost bittersweet in the end. Overall a fun quick read. I requested this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.”
The Duke’s Bride in Disguise “I absolutely loved this! This was so wholesome. I found myself smiling at nothing while I listened to this, even going as far as chuckling out loud. It's been a while since I've listened to a book that makes me stop what I'm doing and send a voice message to a friend saying "Honey, I think you need this book". Is it unrealistic? Yes. Is it enjoyable? A hundred times yes. I didn't have any problem suspending my belief for this book, though, since I don't look for extremely realistic fiction. I can see how this could maybe hold some people back, but trust me, it's worth it! Ava was a delightful character. I liked seeing the world from her eyes and seeing how she fell slowly but strongly in love with Raff. The Duke had an amazing character development, better than what I expected, if I'm honest. Plot-wise, I think the moments when some characters learn the truth about the twins needed a little more shock factor, but the protagonists are SO good and I'd grown to like them so much that it didn't affect my overall enjoyment of the story. It's the first audiobook I listen that has the man doing all the male voices and the woman doing all the female voices. It brings a completely different feel to the narration and it doubled my enjoyment of the book. Both narrators have great ranges and I'm dying to read more books narrated by them. Actually, I liked this book and narration so much that I already jumped ahead and bought a box set written by this author and narrated by these voice actors. Can't wait for Book 2!”
Odds of love “I LOVED THIS! I loved the relationship between both love interests and I really like how their dynamic changed through the story. I wish I could erase listening to this audiobook from my memory just so I could listen to it again for the first time. It had me smiling from the very beginning. The narrator did an excellent job portraying each character and emotion. Her voice was perfect for this story. I received a free copy of this book upon request. I've left this review voluntarily and without bias.”
A Lady’s Powerful Duke “I was enjoying the story, but the voice the narrator chose for the protagonist took away most of the enjoyment I could’ve gotten from the plot and characters. I do not think she’s a bad narrator, because it was only the protagonist, but since we’re always with her I got tired very fast. There were other details in the audio editing, like repetitions of sentences or phrases and, in once instance, a phrase was repeated three times because the narrator had to clear her throat the first two. Again, I’m not saying the narrator is bad, but bad editing and an annoying voice for the MC didn’t let me enjoy neither the story nor the narrator. I was given a free copy of this audiobook and have voluntarily given this review. This didn’t influence my review in any way.”
To Love A Duke “I think the narrator saved this story for me. Even though it wasn’t bad, it was a pretty average Cinderella retelling, but the narrator kept me hooked. I’m glad I finished the book, though, because it has a sweet ending that left me smiling and it got a lot better as the story went on. I received a free copy of this book upon request but this is an unbiased review left voluntarily.”
Thorn of the Night Blossoms (Book 1) “Pretty good start to this series of novellas. The fight scenes are amazing, described in such a way that makes everything move like a movie in your head. I think the narrator made these scenes even better. I really liked our main character in Thorn of the Night Blossoms and I love the bisexual rep! However, I couldn’t get a good grasp of the world or the Clan in this book, so I’m hoping to see more of that in the next books. Overall a good Asian-inspired fantasy with fantastic action scenes. I was given a free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.”