This started out as an easy, laid back sort of read, which I really appreciate during a pandemic. There’s only so much I can wrap my brain around that is “extra” these days, so I enjoyed how consumable this one was. However, it grew deeper the longer I read, which I also appreciated.
The audio narration, by Charley Ongel and Tor Thom, was good. I liked Charley Ongel a lot. She has the kind of voice that is just so easy to listen to and compliments but doesn’t distract from the story. Tor Thom has a very deep voice that I found soothing and sexy.
My only complaint with this one is that there is just a bit too much telling and not quite enough showing at the beginning of the book. I confess, I sometimes zoned out in the beginning and had to rewind, but the longer I listened, the better it got. It pulled me in with time, and I almost forgot that I even had any concerns at the start. So if you start this one and feel a bit uncertain, just keep onward, until you get to the heart of the story.