- File Size: 447 KB
- Print Length: 78 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Decadent Publishing (January 18, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01ATXABJC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,337,006 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Feline Valentine (1Night Stand series): A Witch's Night Out #4 Kindle Edition
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Tara Quan writes a humorous, light listen. No, it doesn’t have the depth of an opus or fleshed out characters, but it’s not meant to. It’s just a story to while away a little time and put a smile on your face and it does that.
The audiobook is narrated by Mandi Jo John and it’s my first listen to her as a narrator, her delivery was just as light and humorous as the book. At just under two hours, Feline Valentine is a short enjoyable listen.
This audiobook was gifted to me exchange for an unbiased review!
We've met Shelley in earlier volumes of the series, though she's never played a very big part in any of them. What we had seen of her had been rather unremarkable in my opinion since she was largely portrayed as a reclusive homebody (or that's my recollection of her at least). We discover pretty quickly in this book that she's been hiding quite a passionate nature beneath that shy, retiring exterior as it opens with her spying on her sexy neighbor while he's doing his daily workout and having very explicit fantasies of what she'd like to do to and with him. Once introduced to her better I found her to be an interesting character and I wish we'd gotten a chance to know her even better either previous to this book or at least before being thrown fully into the action here. As it is, we got enough to make her very likable, but not enough to really get to know her.
Much the same can be said of Adrien for I never felt like we really got to know him very well. We learn that he's a great pastry chef, is a fairly decent guy, and has family issues. We're given just enough information about said family issues to be both intriguing and confusing. He's also a bit of a chameleon it seems, for he can go from being totally laid back and chill about the evening to being full-on domineering alpha male and verging on being almost too forceful in pursing what he wants. Still, for all that we only get a fairly shallow look into his personality I have to admit...I'd do him ;)
As I noted in my intro, I have to admit to being kind of disappointed by this book. Not that it wasn't enjoyable, because it was, and not that it doesn't have interesting characters that engage in all manner of "interesting" activities, because it does, but...it just didn't seem as put together as the previous books in the series were. The romance between Shelley and Adrien felt rather rushed and relied a bit too heavily on the whole intense natural chemistry/attraction thing rather than getting to know one another in more than a carnal sense. Allowances do have to be made of course for the fact that this is just a novella and it likely isn't really intended to be more than the opening sequence to what promises to become a longer romance, but even so it still felt like things happened just a bit too quickly. I also felt like the whole sub-plot about the break-ins could have been left out entirely, for it didn't seem to fit with the rest of the story and I found it to be mostly just confusing and distracting, interrupting the rapport that was only just starting to build between Shelley and Adrien for little real purpose. I likewise felt that much of the stuff with Adrien's brother could have been left out though it did tie in better with the main story and I did find him to be an interesting enough character that I wouldn't mind seeing him get a story in the future perhaps.
Despite my negative comments, I really did enjoy this book and I would recommend it to others, particularly those that have been following this series or who follow Tara Quan in general. Do I think it is her best work? No. But that hardly means it isn't worth reading for she still brings enough of her characteristic humor and heat with a touch of whimsy here and there to make this a truly entertaining read. And I still hold that you really can't go wrong with any of her books. So give this one, and indeed the entire series a try if erotic/paranormal romance is your thing at all. You likely won't be sorry.
Note: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
This is a fun, little novella - VERY steamy - much more than I usually read. Shelley's character was entertaining and I'd like to see more of her in a future story. There is definitely room for a LOT of expansion on this story line and I hope to see a continuation of her relationship with Adrien and the magical world in which they live. A shy witch who doesn't know her own beauty - a sexy warlock who is all too aware of his - and a destiny for them both. Yes. This is the first book I've read in this series and I had no trouble catching up the background without having read earlier books.