I think this series is adorable. Maybe it is just how the narrator plays with it. This was a much shorter story than the other and while it had fun aspects, there wasn’t much to it and yet it had a more convoluted plot.
Publisher: Tantor Audio
Stevie is faced with two Spy Guys in this story; one in her living room and one still whispering in her ear but which one is the real Crispin Alistair Winterbottom is the only important question.
This started out as an exciting story but went too long and my interest start to wane after awhile This book suffered with the same problem I had with John Grisham’s novels, when the antagonist is always one step behind the hero it gets to be too much. I know that the purpose is too […]
I have mixed feelings about the story. There was a lot to introduce as far as this new world and just as it got going, it ended. There are a few more stories in the series and I might give the next book a try to see where it goes.
I enjoyed the chemistry of the main characters. It was just the conflict which caused a great deal of painful eye rolling.
I just couldn’t take the heroine’s stupidity and her constant need to be rescued.
This is an audiobook love. I think the narrator is perfect to bring this quirky, fun series to life.
This is a Young Adult paranormal mystery, set 1880 London, with all the usual teenaged angst you would expect from young love, especially when one party is dead.
This series is adorable, paranormal fun. I love the banter between Stevie and Win, and Belfry always makes my chuckle.
I always love me some Nalini Singh, no question. Yet, this story lacks the excitement of most of the novels in the Guild Hunter series.