From New York Times and USA Today bestselling urban fantasy romance author, HP Mallory, Comes The Dulcie O’Neil Series! "H.P. Mallory has a quick wit, a fresh voice, and a clever way with words. If you like Charlaine Harris, you'll love H.P. Mallory!" (Larissa Ione, New York Times bestselling Vampire Romance Series author). If you like your audiobooks steamy (this is an adult fantasy romance series, not for kids or teens!) and you appreciate a butt-kicking, take no prisoners heroine, take a listen!
For Whom the Spell Tolls is the sixth audiobook in the Dulcie O'Neil series (Fantasy Romance Books): A war between The Resistance and the Netherworld, A vampire who isn't all that he appears, and the ultimate price that must be paid. Dulcie O'Neil thought her luck couldn't get much worse but it's about to get a whole lot worse. Forced into declaring war against the Netherworld and her father, Dulcie will find herself fighting for everything she believes in. In the process, she'll have to decide whether or not to trust a centuries old vampire, a decision which literally will mean life or death. Luckily she's got hunky love interest, Knightley Vander, by her side but things get even stickier when she finds herself the subject of multiple affection of men.
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I loved all her other books in this series so I was so disappointed to read this one and find it had turned in to soft porn. It didn't even match up to the prevues book properly .
It felt like she just rushed this one out. And I was really looking forward to it as well. I loved the story line up until this book ruined it. Shame.
The narrator was great. I always like it when they keep the same one for a whole series. Respect.
The characters where all fun. The story line blows.
I really felt ripped off with this ending to such a fantastic series. I think she lost interest in writing it. Such a shame. Love all the others in this series. If she rewrote it I would buy the new version hoping she did it some Justice.
I love H.P. Mallory's books. This series is great but what sets it apart is Terese Plummer. I have listened to a lot of books on tape and she is by far the best voice I've ever heard!! She can really make her voice sound like a mans voice! For a lot of female narrators it's hard to do. Her own voice is to die for. She gave it such sex appeal. I really felt like she was Dulcie.
Hands down the best narrator!!!
The author has your mind engaged from page one! The reader must pay attention or lose the new thread of the story. Many characters and several important interlocking plots lead up to a grand climax. It should be rated as not for children....sexually explicit. This book is sixth in an imaginative series.
There is A LOT OF SEX in this book. That's not true. There is a lot of TALKING ABOUT SEX in this book. I am not a prude, I understand that there was sex in the rest of the story, but with all of the EPIC WAR going on, there seemed to be much more love and not a lot of war.
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