by Jeaniene Frost
Narrator: Tavia Gilbert
Published by Avon Books on March 26, 2013
Genres: Adult Paranormal Romance
Length: 8 hours, 16 minutes
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Dating the Prince of Darkness has its challenges...
Leila's psychic abilities have been failing her, and now she isn't sure what the future holds. If that weren't enough, her lover, Vlad, has been acting distant. Though Leila is a mere mortal, she's also a modern woman who refuses to accept the cold shoulder treatment forever–especially from the darkly handsome vampire who still won't admit that he loves her.
Like choosing between eternal love and a loveless eternity...
Soon circumstances send Leila back to the carnival circuit, where tragedy strikes. And when she finds herself in the crosshairs of a killer who may be closer than she realizes, Leila must decide who to trust– the fiery vampire who arouses her passions like no other or the tortured knight who longs to be more than a friend? With danger stalking her every step of the way, all it takes is one wrong move to damn her for eternity.
Twice Tempted is the second book in Jeaniene Frost’s Night Prince Series. The more I read from this series the more obsessed I become with Vlad and Leila! I absolutely loved this!
You have to read the first book so this review will be short and spoiler free. Twice Tempted continues from where Once Burned left off so fans get to watch Vlad and Leila’s relationship become more passionate and complicated. If you take away Vlad’s fangs and Leila’s abilities you have two people that deal with same issues as most normal couples do – lack of communication and trust, and keeping one’s independence. Vlad has always gotten his way so it was great seeing Leila stand up to him. Their steamy romance and a surprising twist in the story grabbed my attention and made it difficult to put down. This was amazing and I can’t wait for more in this series!
Narrator Tavia Gilbert does an incredible performance for Twice Tempted. Once Burned was my second audiobook so I was still getting used to listening to narrators. So my original misgivings of Ms. Gilbert’s performance are now gone. I can’t imagine anyone else doing the narration for Vlad and Leila. I love the emotion and excitement that comes from her performance.