Author: M.A. Church
Narrator: Ronald Ray Strickland
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Paul Richmond
Story Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Narration Rating: 0 of 5 Stars
Overall Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Release Date: 11/19/2015
Length: 08 hours 26 minutes
Genre: Gay Fiction, M/M Romance, Menage/Poly, Paranormal
Fur, Fangs, and Felines: Book One
A snowstorm in the South—on New Year’s Eve—is a perfect recipe for a catastrophe. After two soul-crushing bad breaks, Kirk’s waiting for disaster number three to strike when, naturally, two stray cats arrive on his doorstep during the storm and decide to make themselves at home. Tenderhearted Kirk lets them stay even though there’s something decidedly odd about his overly friendly felines.
Out of the punishing weather and full of tuna, Dolf and Tal are happy to be snug in Kirk’s house. But then their human goes outside for firewood and suffers a nasty fall that leaves him unconscious. Now the two cats have no choice but to reveal themselves.
Kirk wakes up to find the two kitties are actually Dolf and Tal. They’re cat shifters—and his destined mates. Being part of a feline threesome is enough for Kirk to grapple with, but soon he learns they come from a clowder that doesn’t believe humans and shifters should mix. Kirk knew those two cats would be trouble. Little does he know the real trouble lies ahead.
I had to stop listening to this story because the narration was just so poorly done. Therefore I am going to refer you to Caroline’s review of the ebook which you can read here. The overall rating of this audiobook is only reflective of her review of this book.
This narration ruined this book for me. There was an obvious lack of preparation by Ronald Ray Strickland as the whole book felt off center. There were no unique voices, which could be forgiven if the story had been anything other than straight up read for the first time. His narration was extremely choppy and full of awkward pauses or times of breathy rushing.There were volume inconsistencies that clearly pointed out the areas of poor editing. I can’t recommend this audiobook or the narrator.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the audiobook of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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