Cash was living the life of the lieutenant of The Last Riders, and he had women at his beck and call. The only thing he saw himself settling down with in the future was a 12-pack...and certainly not Rachel Porter. Hell, she wasn't even his type - her tits were too small, and her mean mouth could shrivel a man's dick. How was he supposed to know she was special and worth putting up with those weed-producing hillbillies? Or was she?
Rachel had lived her whole life watching Cash break one woman's heart after another. He was everything she shouldn't want - a bad boy biker with enough sex appeal to make any woman want a night in his bed. Even her. Heck, he wasn't even her type - he didn't know when to keep his mouth shut and lived in a sex club. How was she supposed to know that he was special and worth putting up with the biker wars and biker bitches? Or was he?
Contains mature themes.
©2014 Jamie Begley (P)2015 Tantor
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The woman narrating Cash and Rachel's story was bad. Painfully bad...her male voices were awful and her gross mispronunciation of nearly every name in the book was incredibly distracting. Do the audio producers not have any sort of editing involved in the process of making these audiobooks? I believe I would make that a priority for the following books in this series. I'm not sure who has final say on the narrators chosen for these specific audiobooks but I think it's fair to say they've dropped the ball on this one. Please bring back the narrator of the previous audio books in this series!! Other than the narrator issue, one can expect the same level of greatness we have come to appreciate from Jamie Begley in the previous books of this series.
"PHAT Pretty Hot And Tempting"
I truly love this series I just wish someone would help Jamie Begley select narrators. The books would be five stars all around if the narrators were better. These tough bikers should sound big, bad and manly but they sound more like a Pewny Girly Men. Help the Last Riders Sebastian York, Jor Arden or Christian Fox would be excellent.
Story was great as usual but the narrator was horrible. The new narrator couldn't pronounce names right and did a horrible impression of Cash. For example... Kill-ya-ma is now Killyama... We need the old narrator back!
"Great Story Bad Narrator"
Maybe more so of the author not the narrator. Although Robins did get better as book went on. In the beginning I almost returned the book
Rachel, as she's independent and tough and knows how to get what she wants
Better Narrator. The narratation is critical in the overall book experience. Otherwise you can just read it.
The storyline was great! Loved Cash's love of Rachel from his childhood.
"Jamie Begley delivers!"
Absolutely, especially if you've invested your time with the others.
I enjoyed the element of mysticism that was used. It's always great when you pair up a great, strong woman with a stubborn, strong man!
I would like to the see Elizabeth Hart return and narrate the next books.
Jamie Begley brings a true grit to her novels. I have enjoyed all of them. Unfortunately this narrator killed the joy I've had listening to the previous books. Nothing against Ms. Robins, but her voice just wasn't a great fit here. When you've invested so many hours listening to a narration with the same narrator, and then to have them change the narrator, you lose something in the translation. It throws the whole balance off, at least for me. I will seriously have to consider whether or no I purchase the next installment of this series, if this is the narrator they are going to use.
"Narrator is not the best"
I hope for the next book in the series that they go back to Elizabeth Hart for narration because Carly Robins did not do justice to this book. The constant mispronounced names was distracting.
Good story line. The voice was real bad. ( the reader voice ). Love Rachel and Cash story line. I love the way she bring back old characters.
horrible voice sound like a child need person who did other books back s. robins did no justice for this book .
plz do not let s. robins read for this series again i like this series it just bad with her voice.
"Not the best in the series"
Overall it was good, of course, but not great which is disappointing because I have waited for Cash and Rachel story and it was slow in parts and it seemed there could of been a lot more drama and action.
Yes it's worth it to buy and I still recommend it💋💋💋
Oh and they need to get a male and female narrator cause this one was bad.
"Not an awesome narrator..."
Picking a narrator is extremely important, especially when I come to a series. At this point in the series you've given your characters voice and a pitch. When you change that voice and pitch and it gives your story a completely different feel. I really hope authers and publishing houses realize that soon and STOP DOING THIS. Changing a narrator in the middle of a series is NOT a good idea...
Story was good. I personally am not a fan of the acult so the power that Rachel had was unessisary in my opinion. Besides that and the narrator the story was well thought out. Character had depth and we got to get an update on the rest of the Last Riders.
I would keep this book if not for the fact that the narrator was changed. NOT COOL...
"carnt wait for more "
loved it love all ur books x but the narrates were the worst iv listed to :)
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