Title: The Forest Bull
Series: The Fearless, #1
Date published: December 2, 2013
Source: Audible - Gifted from Author, Ebook - Amazon
Three lovers. Two immortals. One mystery.
When Ring Hardigan isn’t making sandwiches for, and with, his two partners, Waleska and Risa (they’re cool like that), he’s got a busy schedule doing the dirty work of sending immortals to the ever after. Wally and Risa provide linguistics, logistics, and finding the right place for him and his knife.
A reclusive Baron from the timelost forests of Europe asks for their help—find a stolen collection of jewelry, and find the thief—his daughter Elizabeth, an immortal of purest evil who wants nothing less than control of Hell itself. With the help of a 2400 year old succubus hooker named Delphine, they might just live long enough to what is evil, who is human, and exactly who wants to reign in hell.
And then my phone broke. The sound on it was kaput. So it would be over two months before I could give it another shot.
Much of this story is engaging, and written in a way that paints vivid pictures. There are some issues though, mostly with the constant change of POV and its wordiness. There was more filler bits than I would have preferred.
I did felt that Rebecca Cook did a fantastic job with the narration of this story, and I especially loved her many accents. She definitely helped keep me going in the story when it became harder to read.
It isn't what I expected And I say that in a good way. That's mostly thanks to the different types of villains. Also there's a good portion of sex in this book. Not really my thing, but it was done tastefully.
I do recommend this to people more into more unique paranormal stories.
Book: 3.5 platypires
Narration 4 platypires