Midnight Days: White Nights, Book 2 Livres audio Audible – Version intégrale
My instincts warned me that Alex Volkov is a dangerous man. My mind told me to run when he set his sights on me with unfaltering determination. It’s not that I didn’t try to resist, but Alex had a game plan. He was always one step ahead of me, skillfully drawing me deeper into his web. Even when he gave me freedom, it was only an illusion.
Now, even that illusion has vanished. I’m his prisoner in the truest sense of the word, whisked away to Russia on his private plane. I no longer have a say, not while our lives are at risk, and maybe never again. Our story balances on a thin edge between disaster and happiness. With each day that passes, I grow less certain of which side the coin will land on...or if we’ll even survive.
Note: This is the conclusion of Alex and Kate's story.
Détails sur le produit
|Durée||11 heures et 58 minutes|
|Auteur||Anna Zaires, Charmaine Pauls|
|Narrateur||CJ Bloom, Sebastian York|
|Date de publication sur Audible.fr||16 novembre 2021|
|Éditeur||Grey Eagle Publications|
|Type de programme||Livre audio|
|Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon|| 29,709 en Livres et œuvres originales Audible (Voir les 100 premiers en Livres et œuvres originales Audible) |
30 en Action et aventure - romance
326 en Suspense romantique
13,088 en Romance à suspense
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L’histoire est pleine de rebondissements et j’ai adoré le côté imprévisible tout le long entre les meurtres, les manipulations, les scènes torrides, l’histoire en manque pas de piquant et elle m’a tenue en haleine du début à la fin. Supers auteurs.
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I will say from the moment we meet Alex I love him… yes he is an alphahole at times but you know who he is and can see from his pursuit of Kate the kind of man he is and doesn’t hide that.
When we first met Kate in book one I liked how confident she was and knew what she wanted.
However as much as she started to annoy me in book one then triple that annoyance for book two.
The actual story is brilliant and the characters in the background we know who the bad guys are and who the less bad guys are but who have a good streak like Igor and Yuri and the other men who work for Alex.
The back story of his parents and learning the whys and then who’s of what happened is all great and the action with the bad guys is all great writing.
This now is what stopped me rating 5 stars and it’s how Kate turned in to a whining and pathetic mess.
When Dania first gave her lip about Alex and their marriage etc the Kate we first met would have told him what she said and if any of it were true but she didn’t she sat and internalised it to death.
Then after the rushed trip to Russia and technically her being housebound we knew it was for her protection and at first she had every right to be angry about what Alex did.
However I just hate it when she was angry but slept with him then her internal dialogue was all over the place then kept sleeping with him while internally seeing how she could leave.
Then bring in the gala where Dania spouted even more rubbish and again she said nothing to Alex and internalised if Dania was right…. Good god woman we all know she wanted Alex and how the hell would she ever believe a word she said knowing she wanted her out of the picture to have Alex to herself.
Then the most ridiculous thing happened after the tea incident with Lena…. NO NO NO Kate would never have fell for that regardless of how she felt trapped in Russia.
No sane woman would have believed that Dania was acting out of concern, and known it was to get rid of her and for all she knew Dania could have arranged her death which is why that part was just so unbelievable.
I’m sorry if I sound negative but I always like to give fair feedback and anyone reading that part of the book alone would agree No sane woman would have followed Dania’s plan.
Like I said the actual story is great and Alex is great and Kate could have been so great but the authors turned her in to a weak woman and from the Kate we first met that wasn’t who she was and they could have really made her shine while in Russia and even had her working with Alex instead of reducing her to a weakling.
Alex and the storyline and all the back stabbing and Bratva hits is what kept me from giving less than 3 stars.
A controlling romance with a gritty storyline. Good characters and dialogue. Plenty of jiggy scenes which could make a courtesan blush.
Worth a look.