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It is not until the encounter ends that Rhys realizes he utterly completely misread the situation, "no" didn't mean "yes," and Mina's protestations weren't encouragement. It is only then that it registers that he has just attacked Mina, very similarly to how the Horde used people, and Rhys feels remorse.
Despite Rhys realizing his mistake and feeling repentant, this does not change what the situation was for Mina, which was undoubtedly assault. This situation caused me to rate the Audible Overall ranking lower because there isn't much enjoyment to be had from this scene, which deserves a Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why? I would recommend it, but would be very careful to read my friend's taste first.
You would be better referring to your friend the is really into romance and supernatural plots.
What other book might you compare The Iron Duke to and why? It's similar to Gail Carriger's Heartless in that there is steampunk, adventure, romance, and a general fight to overcome expectations as a female detective in the England of years ago. Heartless, though, is a better read, I think. How does this one compare? I haven't listened to her before.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry? I laughed, blushed, and made weird faces.
It was a ton of fun to read. Any additional comments? I only recently started getting into romance novels, and this book throws you into the deep end pretty quickly. It plays off a lot of the tropes you see in supernatural-romances, but doesn't overplay them.
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The world building and history feel really unique and adds depth to the characters and plot overall. It was a great read! I would most definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves a good story plot with an intriguing twist on the Victorian era as well as a dark and passionate romance. What was one of the most memorable moments of The Iron Duke?
That is the interesting thing about this book. Each moment is a wonderful build on other moments so it would be hard for me to isolate just one or two as a favorite. She is definitely a voice actor and not just a narrator. I felt as though her voice led me through the author's world and not just recited it. If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?lauren.reclaim.hosting/poscensura-flash-ensayo-somos-tan-cabrones.php
Review: Here There Be Monsters by Meljean Brook
Even in a world turned upside down by greed, prejudice and the need for power, love, acceptance and redemption can be found. This book is great if you like a good mature romance with just the right dash of mystery and intrigue. I found the characters to be quite entertaining and the descriptions of the places and people to be just the right amount to lure me into the author's world without making me feel as though I needed to fast forward past anther long description of someone's attire or the color of the sky.
The romance builds at what I considered to be a good upward pace. I found Rhys' dark and controlling behavior to be alluring. Mina's character is a wonderful blend of strength and intelligence with a touch of innocence. The rest of the cast of characters were also good and added the right amount of humor, anger, mystery and wisdom. Definitely an entertaining read. I have never read listened a to a book like this. The concept is great, the story was a little predictable however and the narration was 'ok'. I did find I was rewinding and listening to things again as I felt I may have missed something.
Other than that, again.. I also downloaded the kindle short stories. By: Meljean Brook. Narrated by: Faye Adele.
Series: Iron Sea , Book 1. Length: 13 hrs and 24 mins. Publisher's Summary First in an all-new series where seductive danger and steampunk adventure abound in the gritty world of the Iron Seas. More from the same Author Heart of Steel. What members say.