It's a fun series about an incompetent bounty hunter with a bit of an attitude, her partner (an ex-prostitute) her love interests (a cop and a security expert... both very hot) and her trying to catch the bad guy. She gets caught up in all kinds of crazy shenanigans.
I put both the eBook and the eAudiobook on hold back in November when the book first came out. The eAudiobook came available first a couple of days ago so I downloaded it and started listening.
It's good to be back in the Plum world.
I'm NOT loving listening to the audiobook. It's not the readers fault though! She does a good job.
It's just that after 23 books I have a certain way the characters sound. And the way they sound in my head is not the way they sound on the audiobook.
I debated deleting the audiobook and waiting for the eBook but I really wanted to read this book. I mean, I've been waiting since November. I didn't really want to wait more. But at the same time I wanted to enjoy the book and I was not enjoying listening to it.
I just couldn't decide what to do.
Y'all the struggle is real.
But my need to know how the story ended was greater than my annoyance of the voices. So I finished listening to the audiobook. And in the end I got used to they way the reader read. I still like my voices better. Ha!
Are there books you prefer to read yourself than listen to the audiobook?