- File Size: 3201 KB
- Print Length: 87 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1973168235
- Publisher: A Scarlett Woman Press (October 21, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 21, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016PHGO0G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #459,383 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Woodsman (Enchanted Lovers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Our story centers around Lily Rouge, a maiden on a journey to be married to a marquis, and Marrok, a man cursed to live forever in the enchanted forest as a werewolf. The story starts off steamy and teasing as Lily's mind wanders during her travels, but pulls back to allow us time to get to know Marrok and his plight...and to see the chemistry between them. I loved the delightful twist to the fairy tales we all know by adding a little of non-fairy tales and a dash of lore. It sort of makes the enchanted woods a character in its own right as it plays host to countless legends. The romance between Lily and Marrok is heated from the moment they meet, and I quite liked the nice balance they played to each other. For all her 'innocence' she is full of brazen wit that toys with Marrok's gentlemanly restraint and manners, and it's really nice to see an alpha who places his lady's comfort, life, and needs above his own.
The narrators are the team of Honey Scarlett and Leeroy Will, with Honey reading Lily's sections and Leeroy reading Marrok's. Initially when listening to the sample what caught my attention was the use of sound effects, which isn't something I see a lot of in audiobooks but do usually enjoy. I do think there were some effects that could have been slightly more varied, but I really liked the use of the ambient noise for the settings and the creatures around them. Both Honey and Leeroy seem quite capable of dishing a nice number of different voices as well and capturing the emotion needed, making the listening experience pretty fun.
Overall I'd say listening to this was a pretty good way to spend a few hours. It's a fun little tale with plenty of steam and some pretty unique ideas for a book so short.
I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review!
Lily is on her way to meet her future husband who is some old coot with a lot of money who will keep her well. Never mind him though because she is way-laid (yep, I see what I did there) before that nightmare can happen. Her carriage has troubles and she meets a very large wolf/man who leads her back to a cottage where some sexy stuff happens but the lovefest is cut short due to a curse, or something, something that has to do with virginity. Lily was having fun and gets all sassy, even stomping her foot but Marrick (the wolf-man) stays strong. For a short while anyway.
There is nothing unique about this story, it’s overly word and pretty corny. It’s not even super, sexy, hot. More like lukewarm and vanilla. Still, I found myself enjoying the audio production. It even has sound effects for ambiance! Usually these things bother me but it works well here because the levels are right. The crickets chirping in the background were especially soothing. There are two narrators and Honey Scarlett does such a fun job with Lily’s character that I couldn’t stop listening. Her accent was hilarious and spot on and I just loved listening to her. Leeroy Will’s delivery of Marrick suffers in comparison. His delivery wasn’t as good, the cadence was slightly off and at times his accent sounded a little like Shrek. Sorry, that’s my take.
Anyway, if you’re looking for an amusing, non-brain taxing way to spend two hours and 39 minutes you could do much worse than this!
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