Sara's Review: Precarious - Bella Jewel (Author), Stella Bloom (Narrator), Charles Lawrence (Nar
Released: August 3, 2014
Length: 314 pages
Format: ebook , paperback, Audiobook
In darkness, we find danger. In danger, I find Beau. Ash is a prison guard, she's tough, she's strong and she never backs away from a fight. She takes her job seriously, she takes her training seriously, and everything in her life goes as planned. Until the day he is brought into the prison. She'll never forget meeting Beau 'Krypt' Dawson for the first time. She'll never forget his haunted eyes and his numb expression. He's a member of the Jokers Wrath MC and it is said he killed an innocent family in the middle of a cafe, in cold blood. Deranged. Crazy. Psychotic. All those words describe the infamous Krypt, but Ash suspects there's far more to the quiet man than meets the eye. Secrets are being hidden by the club, information is being kept under wraps. Krypt is silent for a reason. Ash is desperate to know that reason. Continually fighting, Krypt is transferred to a high security prison. Ash is in charge. She's always prepared, always alert. Not even her skills will stop the club from ambushing them and taking back Krypt. Only Ash ends up right in the middle of it. They take her, too. Now she's stuck with a Motorcycle Club who are tougher than any prisoner she's ever laid eyes on. And they won't let her go. She's too much of a risk. Until the situation can be sorted, they send her and Krypt into the mountains together....alone. An epic, dangerous love will be built on the foundations of darkness.
Four Boundless Stars
I had read Precarious a few years back, and since I read so many books, I honestly forgot, so when I was going through my audio upgrades eligible titles, I grabbed it, not realizing it was a title I’ve already read.
No matter, I really enjoyed the audible. Stella Bloom did a tremendous job with the characters. I did think it was rather odd to have Charles Lawrence voice the chapters narrated in a male POV, considering there were so few of them, not that Charles didn’t do a great job, it was just a bit weird. You have Stella doing all the voices, and then more than halfway through the book, here comes Charles to do a very short chapter. I think he only voiced four or five chapters; again his performance was fine, I just found it odd. I think Stella could have narrated the entire book, and nothing would have been lost. To be honest, I would have liked to see Stella take all the female voices, and Charles take all the male voices, so far that is my favorite format when we have a male and a female narrator.
Precarious is an incredibly erotic tale that will have you flushed all over, and ready to tackle your significant other. Be prepared and keep your honey close! There are a few scenes that I bookmarked, so I can play again and again. This isn’t your average erotic tale, there is danger, dirty guards, a prison break, kidnapping, and a hostage that isn’t always there against her will.
I give Precarious 4 Boundless stars; I really enjoyed it, and I can’t wait to listen to the next book in the series, Melancholy.