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I love all genres of books. However, when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!

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  • A Feast of Carrion

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Keith McCarthy
    • Narrated By Sean Barrett
    Overall
    (117)
    Performance
    (68)
    Story
    (69)

    St Benjamin's Medical School is the greatest of its kind, any death occurring within its walls would have created ripples within the academic world, but the death of Nikki Exner is far from being ordinary. Raped, and then grotesquely executed, her theatrical murder horrifies everyone. John Eisenmenger, a former forensic pathologist, finds himself dragged unwillingly into the case. Teaming up with solicitor Helena Flemming, Eisenmenger sets out to discover what really did happen to Nikki Exner.

    A User says: "excellent book"
    "Showed such promice"
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    I thought this book was going to be so good and enjoyed all of the chapters until the end.

    7 of 12 people found this review helpful
  • Wrong Bed, Right Guy: Come Undone, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 28 mins)
    • By Katee Robert
    • Narrated By Kasha Kensington
    Overall
    (454)
    Performance
    (416)
    Story
    (420)

    Prim and proper art gallery coordinator Elle Walser is no good at seducing men. Heck, she's been throwing hints at her boss for months, but he's completely clueless. Desperate to escape her mother's matchmaking efforts, she comes up with a plan - buy some lingerie and climb into her boss' bed. The plan goes brilliantly...until she accidentally seduces a sexy stranger instead. Bad boy nightclub mogul Gabe Schultz just had the best almost-sex of his life. Too bad the smoking hot blonde thought he was his brother and bolted before he could finish what they started.

    MaxineSap says: "Surprised"
    "3.5 stars A Light Romantic Listen"
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    Wrong Bed, Right Guy is your basic, light romantic book.

    Bad boy (Gabe Schultz), a nightclub & tattoo shop owner, falls for good girl (Elle Walser), an art gallery coordinator who works for Gabe's brother. The premise has promise (Elle wishing to seduce Gabe's brother goes to what she thinks is his bed in the middle of the night but ends up with Gabe instead). However, there really wasn't much more to the storyline than that. No real love triangle or other unpredictable obstacles to overcome. Just a few misunderstandings and trust issues which the characters must resolve, and then a HEA.

    While the storyline and characters could have used a little more development, Ms. Kensington's performance as narrator was relatively good. She played the part of the perfect, albeit somewhat whiny and needy heroine, to a T. Her voice hit just the right intonation to drive Elle's personality traits home. Additionally, her differentiation between male and female characters was well developed, and she did a great job with the steamy parts!

    This is a good book for anyone who is looking for a light, predictable romantic read. Ms. Kensington's narration further makes it that much easier to just sit back and enjoy. This is the perfect book to listen to after a long, hard and trying day. Just put your headphones on, sit back and relax, while you listen to Ms. Kensington tell Gabe and Elle's story.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Haunting Blackie

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 10 mins)
    • By Laurann Dohner
    • Narrated By Mindy Kennedy
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (196)
    Performance
    (183)
    Story
    (182)

    Eve’s mission is to rescue cyborgs from termination centers on Earth. In exchange, she and her sisters will go with them when they flee the planet. She is blindsided by the overwhelming attraction that draws her to one of them. He’s handsome, sexy, and she wants him, craves his touch as she has no other. She must send him to freedom but she makes him promise to wait for her. Blackie cannot forget the courageous woman who saved him. He never learned whether she died during the rebellion or just changed her mind about leaving with him but he holds her within his lonely heart.

    Lia says: "4 out of 5 Licks"
    "4 out of 5 Licks"
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    Haunting Blackie is the eighth Cyborg book, and I really recommend they be listened to in order, it was nice to get more of the background on the whole escape from Earth part. I also loved some of the new twists added to the series.

    Blackie and Eve were refreshing because there wasn’t a lot of time spent trying to convince Eve to love a Cyborg. She knows what he is, and is all on board with loving him. It was nice to Blackie fall in love, especially since in past books he’s been a bit of a jerk.

    With the new twists, the story keeps up the same fast pace I’ve come to expect from the series, and I also loved the little bit of a secondary romance between Gene and Eve’s sister Danica. Eve gets major points for being a seriously capable and strong heroine. Possessive and very Alpha males than Blackie is a great hero.

    This is definitely a great story, and I will keep an eye out for the next Cyborg story. I really love the futuristic and character driven stories.


    Mindy Kennedy's delivery of the story was outstanding.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Unforgiven: Forbidden Bond, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Cat Miller
    • Narrated By Neva Navarre
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (215)
    Performance
    (200)
    Story
    (202)

    Things are about to heat up.… Brandi Vaughn wishes she could stand out. She’d do anything to get out from behind the shadow of her socialite family - which now includes Dani, her half sister, recently discovered to be the most powerful vampire known to their kind.

    But Brandi is more extraordinary than anyone realizes. The fiery young vamp has a secret elemental power - an inner flame that she must keep under control so as not to reveal herself to the dangerous rogue vampire targeting exceptional talents like hers.

    Lia says: "Convoluted"
    "Convoluted"
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    This book has lots of good reviews but it drove me nuts. The summary was so exciting but I got lost on who is the main character actually was with so many characters in the book. Chapters that flashes back and repeat the situation of what happened in the last chapter is just a pain since we already know what happened. To many stories going on within the story it made my head spin. It sounded like you had great ideas but they were all just shoved into one book and quickly told instead of connecting with the character in the book.

    The men in the book are just stupid to the point of being unbelievable. Griffin in particular does something truly terrible to someone he is supposed to love. That happened early in the book and really put me off the story.

    Another thing I didn't care for is the way all of the main females have multiple guys that are completely in love with them. Not just attracted, or interested, or even major lust, but "in love". It dilutes the emotion and makes the "true love" unbelievable.

    Note to author: PLEASE tone down the "Lovely" it really became annoying! I started skipping over the storyline because you were using it in place of her name in every single thought Chase had of her. It is a nickname and should be used sparingly and not replace her actual name. She has two of them! Please use one of them instead.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • The Edge of Courage: Red Team, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 15 mins)
    • By Elaine Levine
    • Narrated By Eric G. Dove
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (79)
    Performance
    (73)
    Story
    (73)

    Rocco Silas has come home to Wyoming after long years as a Red Team operative in Afghanistan. It isn't easy returning to civilian life, especially burdened as he is with a staggering case of PTSD or hunted as he is by an enemy determined to seek an eye-for-eye - neither of which can he battle until he confronts the truth of what happened one fateful day in the high mountain ranges of the Hindu Kush.

    Lynda C says: "Imperfect Military Hero"
    "Red Team"
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    Edge of Courage.........by Elaine Levine
    This novel had an emotionally broken hero that tore at your heart. Rocco Silas is a former military Red Team operative, and lived deeply undercover in Afghanistan for several years.
    He has seen the worst of humanity and carries the mental and physical scars with him no matter where he goes. After returning to the U.S. he is treated at Walter Reed for his PTSD. Drugs that left him numb, and unable to function were their answers for him. He pretended he was fine, secretively stopped taking the drugs, and hit the road. One of his teammates, Kit Bolanger, pleads with Rocco to help his half-sister Mandy Fielding. She is trying to get a therapeutic riding school off the ground and is running into some disturbing issues. Vandalism, theft and exiting employees are threatening her plans.
    Mandy , our heroine, is a beautiful, strong and caring woman. She is a trained massage therapist, and has an amazing way of calming children, adults and animals. At their first meeting Mandy can see the pain and conflict in Rocco's life, and soon learns the gravity of his PTSD. He feels he is a broken man, not deserving of comfort or peace. Mandy feels very differently .
    It was such a relief when Rocco finally realized how lucky he was to have Mandy in his life, and he vowed to protect her with his own. Very dangerous men from Rocco, Kits, and their other teammate Ty's past threaten their future, and Mandy's .
    This novel was action-packed, and contained a beautiful love story. I very much enjoyed meeting the Red Team. I highly recommend this novel to listeners who enjoy military romances with a bit of cowboy.

    Please Audible bring us the rest of the series

    Eric G. Dove was outstanding with the delivery of the story

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Broken: Broken Series, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 20 mins)
    • By Kelly Elliott
    • Narrated By Shirl Rae, Nelson Hobbs
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (219)
    Performance
    (206)
    Story
    (205)

    Layton Morris and his brother Mike grew up not knowing what it would be like to live in a normal home. With no running water or electricity in their home and no parents around to protect them, they quickly learned how to survive and depend only on each other. When a tragic accident took Mike away from Layton and the only other person that he ever let into his heart walked away from him, leaving his heart shattered, Layton focused all of his time and energy into the ranch he and his brother dreamed of.

    Jordy says: "Kelly Elliot is the diva of mushy heartbreak!!"
    "Sweet Steamy Romance"
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    *Sighhh....I loved this book. It was so overwhelmingly romantic and the main couple, Layton and Whitley were so perfect for each other. It was almost, ALMOST borderline too perfect, but it had just enough grit and angst to keep them imperfectly perfect.
    Whats it about?
    Whitley, our heroine, is in the hospital in NY after being beaten, yet again, by her fiance. Her BFF Courtney is there and together they plot to leave right out of the hospital. Whitley wants to go to Llano, TX, a place she's heard about from a family friend. She and Courtney pull up their city girl panties and move out to the country ASAP.
    Finally being free from her abusive ex, Whitley starts her long time dream of running her own event planning company. She breaks down on a back road, headed to her first client, and Layton just so happens to be passing through on his horse (the road runs along his land)and saves the day.From there, the story takes off!
    Who are they?
    Whitley is a very strong heroine. Yes she was put through the ringer with her ex for 4 years. However, he didn't break her. She didn't flinch every time a man entered her space and she wasn't going to let the past beat her down. She still had a great outgoing personality and she and Courtney together are a riot. I loved how she didn't break into this weak character that needed rebuilding by the hero. It definitely made it more fun to read about these two bantering and matching wits. Her only problem with loving again is being afraid to. After what her ex became, she's afraid she'll let someone take over her life again.
    Layton is a soft at heart cowboy who's had his whole world taken from him. No one from his past, aside from his friends, is still with him. Over the years his mother died, his father left them, and then his big brother died. Shortly after that, as in the next day after his brother's death, his longtime girlfriend left him too.
    So Layton is used to people leaving him, he's too scared to let anyone in, because he knows they'll just leave eventually.
    Together these two are dynamite! At first they fight each other tooth and nail and HATE each other. Slowly, things start changing and once they do, it's nonstop, hot sexy time.
    I loved how the author wove so many things from the past into the present, showing these two that fate had sealed their deal before they even knew it.
    I absolutely love Courtney and Reed and can't wait for their book.

    I totally recommend this read to anyone who loves a good strong alpha male, who's possessive as all get out. This is a great, hilarious, love story!
    PS - I ain't gonna lie, there are a few cheesy parts, but you can easily ignore them once you get use to seeing these two in love.

    The dual narration by Shirl Rae , Nelson Hobbs was good. Nelson Hobbs was the best of the two.
    IMHO two narrators are unnecessary unless they play the male and female roles. I see a lot of people who comment about disliking dual narrators yet the publishers keep doing it.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Long Hard Ride: Rough Riders, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs)
    • By Lorelei James
    • Narrated By Rebecca Estrella
    Overall
    (237)
    Performance
    (218)
    Story
    (223)

    One lucky woman…three sexy cowboys…she's in for the ride of her life! Channing Kinkaid itches for a change; a wild western adventure with an untamed man. Determined to shed her inhibitions and embrace the steamier, seamier side of life, she sets her sights on hooking up with a real chaps-and-spurs-wearing cowboy. Enter Colby McKay - bull rider, saddle bronc buster and calf roper. From the moment he sets lust-filled eyes on the sweet and fiery Channing, he knows he's found the woman who's up to the challenge of cutting loose.

    karen says: "Slapping my Ears to put the Fire Out, It's So Hot!"
    "Long Hard Ride is HOT and Sexy!!"
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    WOW, the blend of western romance and contemporary erotic makes this book explosive!!!

    Channing has escaped her life where she feels like she doesn't belong and run off to join the Rodeo tour with a real life cowboy. When that cowboy turns out to be one big sleazeball she is left wondering what now? Enter Colby, one sexy ass, strong ALPHA cowboy who wants nothing more than for Channing to join him and his mates for the rest of the Rodeo tour. The catch is that she must be willing to share her bed with all three whenever and however they want. The thought excites Channing and she quickly agrees to his proposal.

    The sexcapades that ensue are freaking HOT. The sex scenes vary between F/M, M/M & M/F/M so if that's not your thing then don't buy this book. This book was extremely easy to listen to and flowed along at a good pace. It was not deep and heavy which I liked but rather mixes a HEA romance with an erotic twist. The M/M romance sub story was interesting and I hope there is another book in the series that resolves this couple's story. Although this is part of a series it can be read as a standalone so enjoy without worrying about a cliff hanger :)

    I'm not usually a fan of western romance but Lorelei James has written this book so well she may have just converted me ;) If you love cowboys and some steamy sex then you will LOVE this book!!!

    Rebecca Estrella was fantastic with the delivery of the story.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Pines

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 33 mins)
    • By Blake Crouch
    • Narrated By Paul Michael Garcia
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (2810)
    Performance
    (2538)
    Story
    (2543)

    Wayward Pines, Idaho, is quintessential small-town America — or so it seems. Secret Service agent Ethan Burke arrives in search of two missing federal agents, yet soon is facing much more than he bargained for. After a violent accident lands him in the hospital, Ethan comes to with no ID and no cell phone. The medical staff seems friendly enough, but something feels…off. As the days pass, Ethan’s investigation into his colleagues’ disappearance turns up more questions than answers. Why can’t he make contact with his family in the outside world? Why doesn’t anyone believe he is who he says he is? And what’s the purpose of the electrified fences encircling the town? Are they keeping the residents in? Or something else out? Each step toward the truth takes Ethan further from the world he knows, until he must face the horrifying possibility that he may never leave Wayward Pines alive…

    Linda B says: "Well done story"
    "Great Thriller"
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    In "Pines," Blake Crouch has created an intriguing tale of mystery that will keep readers guessing till the end. Crouch created believable characters to people the mystifying town he creates in "Pines." Though, the main character, Ethan Burke, at times seemed a little off his game as a secret service agent

    Waking on his back in a field on the edge of a town called Wayward Pines somewhere in Idaho, Ethan Burke, a secret service agent, has no memory as to who he is or where he is; only that he is surrounded by mountains and a beautiful blue sky. Try to sit up he finds he is injured and dazed. With no identification, money, or cell phone on his person Ethan treks into the town looking for answers. As bits and pieces of Ethan's memory return, the peaceful idyllic appearing town of Wayward Pines is not what it appears to be on the surface. For one thing he just cannot seem to get in touch with anyone on the outside of town beyond those scenic mountains. Although the people living in the Victorian style houses about town seem friendly enough at first, Ethan begins to wonder about the strange looks he receives and why no one wants him to leave.

    Crouch has written a novel in which the words flow with a tempo that makes the reading easy and enjoyable. Also, Crouch easily conveys a sense of suspense within the mystery of the goings on in Wayward Pines. This mystery, science fiction, thriller will keep you wanting answers and therefore keep the pages turning.
    However, during the first 100 or so pages (the book I have is 329 pages) I thought I was reading the script from an old Twilight Zone episode I had seen on television as a youngster. This is not to say the novel was disappointing. Quite the opposite, Blake Crouch's plot had similarities up to that part in the plot. As I continued to read the plot soon revealed itself to be quite different from that point on and Crouch proved inventive by conjuring up an interesting ending.

    Crouch is not on a plane with King, or Koontz, yet. He does show potential for someday being on par with them. In summation this novel may not appeal to everyone, but if one takes time to read all the reviews I am sure many will decide to read "Pines." I give it 4 Stars; the final twist near the end (50 pages or so) boosted it from a 3 Star. It had a pleasing ending that was satisfying

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • ShadowLove Stalkers: Shadow (Vampire) series, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Claudy Conn
    • Narrated By Valerie Gilbert
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (62)
    Performance
    (61)
    Story
    (60)

    What do you do when your father wants to turn you into a vampire and the man who offers you protection has his own, dark agenda? Shawna Rawley has no choice but to run. Pentim Rawley, one of the most evil vampires who has ever lived, has just discovered that she is his daughter. Now he's obsessed with finding and turning her. She doesn't want Pentim to find the people she loves and use them to get to her. She doesn't want him to find and turn her. She has only one ace up her sleeve.

    Xaxony says: "Vampires, Witches, and Intrigue, OH MY!"
    "Just OK!"
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    This book was OK. I thought it started off quite rough, but did eventually smooth itself out. I enjoyed the H & h (though I did want to slap Shawna on more than once occasion). Oddly, my favourite character was Dammon. He was just a side character (and apparently the H of the next book in the series), but I quite enjoyed his calm demeanour.

    Though I generally enjoyed the book, I am not without complaints. I hate making this criticism, because I think it is horribly over used, but a lot of the book is told instead of shown. I think a full 10% goes by in the beginning before the reader gets a single sentence of dialogue that isn't in someone's memory. The reader is also told repeatedly how skilled Shawna is, but we don't really see her fight or defend herself at all. We're also treated to quite a lot of internal dialogue as both Shawna and Chad tell themselves how sexy the other is.

    Though I imagine it comes into play in future books I also didn't see the importance of the Dracula connection. It is set up in the prologue and he shows up once in the book, but doesn't seem to have an active role in the plot. I was left wondering, 'what's that all about?'

    I also felt that the two dangers to Shawna didn't seem to line up. She's supposed to be running for her father and that's the basic framework of the story, but a good 75% of the book goes by before there is any real threat present to her by him. Most of the action centres around a demon she randomly encounters when she moves to Scotland (and amazingly and coincidentally moves in next door to Chad). This demon has nothing to do with the whole father situation and really felt very out of left field to me.

    I also never understood Chad's attitude toward Shawna. If you were meeting a woman for the first time (and all subsequent encounters with her) and needed to convince her to trust you to protect her while she endangered herself for the greater good, would you're chosen method be antagonism and smug arrogance? He keeps trying to get her agree to his dangerous plan, but never gives her a straight answer to anything and purposefully goads her at every turn. Yes, it made for some amusing verbal sparing, but compromised his own goal repeatedly.

    I will happily say this isn't a case of insta-love. At least not on Shawna's part. It is however a stunning example of sex = love. Shawna doesn't trust Chad and he only admits to lusting after her. Then they have sex and voila, sudden boundless, eternal love exists. I got a little whiplash I think.

    Then, after 250+ pages of supposedly running from her sociopath father (that we almost never see) the whole book wraps up in about a page and a half. The climax was a little underwhelming I have to admit. Despite all of the above, I did enjoy most of the book. It took a little while for me to settle into the story. But once I did it rolled along well enough and it presented an interesting new birth of vampires myth.

    Valerie Gilbert was good with the female voices but her male voices were not so good. Also she missed the g's in words like "Long" which was pronouced "lon" that was distracting and annoying.

    3 of 4 people found this review helpful
  • Raine Falling: Hells Saints Motorcycle Club, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Paula Marinaro
    • Narrated By Will Damron, Jill Redfield
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (236)
    Performance
    (229)
    Story
    (229)

    After a lifetime of uncertainty, Raine Winston shouldn’t be fazed by anything anymore. But she’s terrified. Terrified that her wayward sister, Claire, has gotten into debt dangerously over her head. Terrified that a muscle-clad biker named Diego doesn’t want payment with money - he wants much more. And terrified of the dizzying desire she feels whenever Diego touches her.…

    Frances says: "GREAT BIKER STORY! LOVED IT!!!"
    "Good Sexy Start to The Series"
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    Raine Winston grew up with a loving family, until tragedy struck and then her life was barely a shadow of its former self. But all along, she had the help of a man named Prosper who was there when she needed him and who taught her many things about life. Prosper also set-up a safe place for her and her sister if life ever got to the point where they needed a new one. The safe place was a game changer and their lives would take a different trajectory than whatever path they had been on before.

    Diego Montesalto has been a member of the Hell’s Saints MC for close to 20 years. They are his only family and they have his complete and utter loyalty. While on club business he runs into Claire and her sister. While he is an extremely attractive man, it is obvious that he is a very dangerous man and he strikes both fear and attraction in Raine. But Raine also knows to take his threats seriously.

    When Raine runs to Prosper’s safe place, she encounters more bikers and looks forward to seeing her stand-in father and his wife. When she gets there, plenty of the bikers find her immensely hot and want her for themselves. But mainly it boils down to two men; Diego & Crow. I really like both of them, but we know whose story this is. After reading about Crow’s situation, I really hope that the author writes a book for him.

    Raine and Diego’s road isn’t smooth, but it’s real, raw and gritty. But then again, love is that way too. We also get to know several of the other club members and some friends as well, so I think that we’ll either be seeing some more books, or the progression of relationships in at least the second book, Chasing Claire, coming in March 2015. Lets hope Audible has the book available then as well.

    Will Damron , Jill Redfield were excellent with the delivery of the story.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Beyond the Night, Envy Chronicles Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Colleen Gleason, Joss Ware
    • Narrated By Sebastian Fields
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (63)
    Performance
    (58)
    Story
    (60)

    When Dr. Elliott Drake wakes from a mysterious fifty-year sleep, the world as he knew it is gone. Cities are now desolate, and civilization is controlled by deadly immortals. Stranger still is Elliott's extraordinary new "gift" - he has the power to heal, but it comes with fatal consequences. Jade barely escaped the immortals and is now hell-bent on revenge. She trusts no one...until she meets Elliott.

    Rosemary says: "A Chilling Story"
    "Sexy Post Apocalyptic Series With Zombies"
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    Dr. Elliot Drake and his friends were exploring caves in Sedona when the world ended. All of them lost consciousness only to awake and find that fifty years have passed. And they've not aged one bit. That was six months ago. Now they've found a group of teens that may finally lead them to Envy, the largest known society of survivors. Their hope is to find someone who has lived through the event and can explain to them what has happened.

    Jade has only ever known this world. When she meets Elliot, nicknamed "Dred," she is sure that he is hiding a dark secret. But she never suspects the truth. Jade has fought to survive this long and she's not planning on stopping long enough to let this man into her heart. In a world where everything seems lost, though, hope may be the one thing they have left.

    This is the kind of book that makes you want to rush into the next series installment immediately! Ware has created a captivating world with incredible detail. BEYOND THE NIGHT is a great balance of romance, paranormal, and post-apocalypse zombie-ridden future.

    Sebastian Fields was outstanding with the delivery of the story.

    4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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